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Darla Moore School of Business

  • Operations and Supply Chain No. 3 undergraduate supply chain program in North America

B.S. Degree

Operations and supply chain management involves the effective coordination of people, processes, and technology to allow organizations to deliver products and services to customers in a manner that meets or exceeds their expectations.

The operations and supply chain major:

  • Provides competencies to systematically analyze and improve business processes in manufacturing, services, health care and their supply chains
  • Offers a STEM degree that prepares graduates for industry-validated professional certifications such as Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and APICS CPIM.

This major is a good fit if you:

  • Enjoy analyzing business problems and finding creative and
    practical solutions.
  • Enjoy learning through real-life, hands-on experiences.
  • Are an analytical and logical thinker who enjoys working in diverse teams.

Why should you enroll?

  • Operations and supply chain majors find careers in global manufacturing firms in production/operations, sourcing, quality control, distribution logistics and supply chain management; in service firms for general operations management and logistics/supply chain management; and in consulting firms as supply chain and business process improvement consultants.
  • STEM graduates often receive higher salaries than non-STEM graduates.
  • Graduates skilled in operations and supply chain analysis and problem-solving are in high demand in all sectors of the economy.
  • The Moore School’s Operations and Supply Chain program is ranked No. 5 in the nation by Gartner.

Program Brochure

 

Learning Outcomes

  • To gain an understanding of the concepts and tools needed for the design, management and improvement of operations and business processes in individual organizations
  • To gain an understanding of global sourcing strategies
  • To gain an understanding of various supply chain management strategies and techniques
  • To manage and improve operational processes
  • To gain experience applying operations and supply chain knowledge and skills to real world organizations 

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