The 2+2 Operations Management degree prepares technical and/or technical management-oriented professionals for employment in business, industry, education, and government. The curriculum offers courses in methods, production inventory management, cost, computer applications, quality planning, leadership, management, project management and occupational safety and health. These courses give you the training you need to move into management and senior leadership positions.
Operations Management 2+2 program offers a rigorous, student centered education for technical students, resulting in fulfilling and life long careers in a broad spectrum of Operations Management roles.The mission of the Operations Management program is three fold.
Strive to be the top regional educational provider in 2+2 Operations Management program by adhering to ATMAE accreditation standards, offering a rigorous education, remaining student centered, and industry focused.
The OM degree focuses on developing graduates who can manage the processes of producing and distributing products and services. The OM degree prepares technically orientated students to lead people, projects and processes in an operations management context. The OM degree has been designed to allow those students having earned an Associate of Applied Science Degree, an Associate of Science degree, or a two-year technical diploma from a regionally accredited institution in a field of study related to Industrial Technology to transfer to Minnesota State University Moorhead. Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Operations Management degree is similar in structure to many transfer programs, industrial technology departments, commonly referred to as a 2 + 2 transfer programs.
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