Curriculum

M.S. in Operations Design and Leadership (MSODL)

Today's business environments deal constantly with changes requiring leadership for operational solutions. The MSODL is a comprehensive Operations Management program that provides balance between service and production management, and offers the option to concentrate in either Supply Chain Management or Process Design, or to customize the degree with a broad selection of electives focusing indepth on issues in operations management and related management areas.

MSODL students must complete the following 4 required courses. OIE500 must be taken in the student’s first semester: 

  • OIE 500 Analyzing and Designing Operations to Create Value
  • OIE 552 Modeling and Optimizing Processes
  • OBC 500 Group and Interpersonal Dynamics in Complex Organizations
  • OBC 501 Interpersonal and Leadership Skills or MIS 500 Innovating with Information Systems

Students then select 8 electives from the list below, or choose one of two concentration tracks, Supply Chain Management or Process Design:

Supply Chain Management Track:

  • OIE 541 Operations Risk Management
  • OIE 544 Supply Chain Analysis and Design
  • OIE 553 Global Purchasing and Logistics
  • OIE 555 Lean Process Design
  • Plus 4 elective courses (12 credit hours) from the approved list 

Process Design Track:

  • OIE 541 Operations Risk Management
  • OIE 555 Lean Process Design
  • OIE 557 Service Operations Management
  • OIE 558 Designing and Managing Six-Sigma Processes
  • Plus 4 elective courses (12 credit hours) from the approved list
 
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