Operations Management (B.S.Bus.)
Required course work includes the university requirements (see regulation J-3), the college requirements, and:
|Colleges of Business & Economics Requirements||54-57|
|OM 378||Project Management||3|
|OM 439||Systems and Simulation||4|
|OM 456||Quality Management||3|
|OM 470||Supply Chain Management||3|
|OM 472||Operations Planning and Scheduling||3|
|Select at least three courses from the following:||9|
|Principles of Lean Manufacturing|
One 300-400 level CBE course 1
One Business, Culture, Economics or Language class 2
300-400 level CBE: Excluding MHR 311 and courses taken to complete the CBE Common Requirements.
Business, Culture, Economics, Language class must include a significant international experience component.
Courses to total 120 credits for this degree
A. PGA Golf Management Option
Required course work includes all Operations Management requirements and:
|PGA 103||Introduction to PGA Golf Management||2|
|PGA 150||PGA Golf Management I||3|
|PGA 251||PGA Golf Management II||3|
|PGA 298||Internship (Max 6 credits)||4|
|PGA 385||PGA Golf Management III||3|
|PGA 398||Internship (Max 6 credits) 1||6|
|RSTM 105||Teaching Golf I||2|
|RSTM 205||Teaching Golf II||2|
|RSTM 305||Teaching Golf III||2|
Students must have a 12.0 handicap or better to enter this program. International students can complete the degree requirements, but membership to the PGA of America requires US Citizenship or Resident Alien status.
Courses to total 129 credits for this degree
- Students will develop and implement a program to improve the quality of organizational processes.
- Students will demonstrate understanding the use of both “soft” project management skills (e.g., stakeholder management, conflict management, project leadership) and “hard” project management skills (e.g., budgeting, scheduling, risk management) to successfully manage a project through its life cycle (i.e., initiation, planning, execution, and closing).
- Students will recommend process improvement strategies based on computers models of business processes that they create.
- Ninety percent of graduating students develop solutions to common supply chain problems.
- Students will develop, manage, and improve production planning and control and inventory management systems.