Operations Management Careers & Outcomes
What can I do with a major in Operations Management from MSUM?
Operations managers manage people, projects and processes, directing the physical and/or technical functions of an organization, particularly those relating to service management, product development, production and manufacturing. You will generally be involved in directing work flow, plant management, manufacturing and production systems, production control, employee management, strategic manufacturing policy, productivity analysis, cost control and materials planning.
Common career options for Operations Management degree graduates:
- Account Manager
- Business Development Director
- Computer Network Manager
- Design Engineer
- Inventory Manager
- Logistics Manager
- Manufacturing Shop Supervisor
- Manufacturing Supervisor/Engineer
- Operations Analyst
- Operations Manager
- Plant Manager
- Production Supervisor/Manager
- Project Manager/Coordinator
- Regional Manager
- Safety/OSHA Manager
- Sales Manager
- Supply Chain Manager
OM Career Tracks Where Alumni Work
Your undergraduate degree in Operations Management is excellent preparation for advanced graduate study. About 25% of our alumni have pursued graduate degrees in Industrial Technology, Business Administration and Project Management.