Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM) includes a broad area that covers both manufacturing and service industries, involving the functions of sourcing, materials management, operations planning, distribution, logistics, retail, demand forecasting, order fulfillment, and more.
The operations and supply chain track prepares students to respond to strategic and operational challenges within an organization. Students are trained to work closely within the company along every step of the production-to-sales process. Coursework includes working with the traditional areas of product design, manufacturing, marketing and sales, purchasing, logistics, and distribution, as well as understanding how to maintain strong relationships functional areas in customer and vendor organizations.
An MBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management will prepare you for roles such as:
- Supply chain manager
- Purchasing manager
- Inventory planning specialist
- Production planner
- Operations manager
- Supply chain leader
- Project manager
- Lead Manager