Welcome to the MSUM 2+2 Operations Management Program. If you've obtained your two-year Diploma, A.S. or A.A.S. technical degree, you're already halfway to a four-year B.S. degree (not all Diploma, AS, or AAS degrees will qualify; see http://www.minnesotatransfer.org/educators/transfer/e_artagreements.php or contact the MSUM Admissions Office to learn if yours does).
Maybe you're still working towards your two-year degree or you've been in the workforce and understand that in order to make more money and move up in management, you need a four-year degree. Through our unique 2+2 Operations Management Program, enrolling students have the option to take classes:
Operations Management covers a wide spectrum of technical expertise and management training and offers multiple career options. The combination of a two-year technical degree and the leadership training that comes with a four-year B.S. degree makes 2+2 OM graduates more likely to gain promotions, and hold senior management and leadership positions. Obtaining a four-year B.S. degree will help you increase your earning potential, expand your career options, and allow you to utilize your technical background while becoming a leader in your chosen field.
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An amazing opportunity is now being offered through the Mass Communications Department. Beginning in the fall of 2013, students can work for MSUM’s student-run public relations firm, Positive Reactions and earn field experience credits! This is NOT just for public relations majors! The firm needs designers, audio and video personnel, photographers, writers and more. There [...]
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