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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