Offered Online

Program Description

Operations Management is the ability to organize, direct, and lead an organization in its daily performance of the tasks of creating and producing a product that meets the needs of a customer while producing revenue that will generate a profit. Individuals holding this degree will be able to function minimally as a entry level front line supervisor in the manufacturing arena.

Degrees
Operations Management Degree (61 hrs)
core courses
 
Area I Language Arts/Communications
ENGL 1101 Composition and Rhetoric
3
ENGL 1105 Technical Communications
3
Area II Social/Behavior Sciences
PSYC 1101 General Psychology
3
Area III Natural Sciences/Mathematics
MATH 1111 College Algebra
3
Area IV Humanities/Fine Arts
HUMN 1101 Introduction to Humanities
3
Program-Specific Electives
ECON 1101 Principles of Economics
3
 
Operations Management
occupational courses
 
COMP 1000 Introduction to Computers
3
ACCT 1100 Financial Accounting I
4
MGMT 1120 Introduction to Business
3
MGMT 1115 Leadership
3
MGMT 1310 Intro to Quality Assurance
3
MGMT 1315 Define & Measure
3
MGMT 1320 Analyze \ Improve \Control
3
MGMT 1325 Strategies of Operation Mgmt
3
MGMT 1330 Organizational Operations and Strategies
3
MGMT 2225 Operations Management Occupation Based Instruction
3
MGMT 2209 Intro to Project Mgmt
3
SCMA 1000 Intro to Supply Chain Mgmt
3
LOGI 1015 Purchasing & Materials Management
3
LOGI 1030 Product Lifecycle Management
3


Diplomas
There are no available diplomas at this time, please check back with us regularly as new programs are added regularly.


TCCs
Quality Assurance Specialist: QA31
 
MGMT 1310 Intro to Quality Assurance
3
MGMT 1315 Define & Measure
3
MGMT 1320 Analyze \ Improve \Control
3
 
Quality Assurance Professional: QA21
 
MGMT 1340 Quality Assurance Philosophy
3
MGMT 1350 Quality Assurance Tools
3
MGMT 1360 Adv Quality Assurance Process
3
 




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Program Admission Information

High school diploma or GED Required for admission.

ACCUPLACER SCORES

Min. ScoresDegreeDiploma
Sentence Skills 70  
Reading Comp. 64  
Arithmetic N/A  
Algebra 57  

Instructors & Faculty