The Master of Science in Operations Management is a 36-credit hour program designed to prepare students for leadership positions in both service and manufacturing operations. The program emphasizes the strategic and tactical management of a company’s supply chain, quality, project planning and implementation, and other processes in providing goods and services. Students will have the skills to demonstrate the ability to effectively participate and manage teams and projects to improve operations, quality, and productivity of organizations. In addition, students will have demonstrated the appropriate skills necessary to complete applied research projects by utilizing practical applications in company operations.
Most courses are offered in eight-week time frames, one night a week. Students earn three credit hours of credit for each course completed.
Master of Science in Operations Management
Farhad Tadayon, Program Director
In addition to the requirements stated under the Graduate Admissions Policy, the requirements for admission to MSOM are as follows:
- Letter of recommendation from employer or professional reference.
- Completion of program interview process and written approval of admission by the program director after review of the admission requirements.