Students learn essential skills, including evaluating suppliers and negotiating contracts with vendors, formulating policies, managing the daily operations and workflow, managing inventory, and matching the design of the production or service system with the overall strategy of an organization.
- Prepares students for professional certifications, such as the widely recognized certified in production and inventory management certification offered by American Society of Transportation and Logistics, or the certified associate in project management certification offered by Project Management Institute.
- Specialization-related internship experiences supplement classroom knowledge, build professional interpersonal skills, develop liaisons with the business community, and provide concrete, resume building work experience.
- Dedicated and experienced professors provide personalized attention to each student.
Required Specialization Electives:
Physical Distribution Management, Production and Operations Management, Managerial Decision Making, Cost Accounting, Project Management and Human Resource Management.