OPM Course Descriptions
OPM 505 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (1.50)
Overview of the concepts and tools used for the creation and delivery of goods and services. Describes the role of effective operations management for organizational success and competitiveness. Demonstrates approaches for improving quality, productivity, customer service and overall performance. prerequisite: graduate standingOPM 615 INNOVATION AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT (3)
Covers the essentials of innovation and project management from project selection through implementation, monitoring, control and termination. Topics covered include: product/process innovation, project identification, risk and uncertainty in project management, project planning and budgeting, selecting the project team, resource allocation, implementation and control, and project evaluation and termination. prerequisite: OPM 505 or permission of instructor.OPM 625 OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (3)
Provides in-depth coverage of the concepts, techniques and tools used to design, create, control and improve manufacturing and services operations. Topics covered include: operations strategy, quality management, high- and low-contact services, forecasting, smart pricing, procurement, global supply chains, sustainability in manufacturing and services, aggregate sales and operations planning, inventory control and operations scheduling. prerequisite: OPM 505 or MGMT 506OPM 792 SPECIAL TOPICS IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (1.50)
An extensive exploration of topics in the area of Operations Management. Refer to class schedule and syllabus for title and further description. Prerequisites: OPM 615 or OPM 625OPM 797 SPECIAL TOPICS IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (3)
An extensive exploration of topics in the area of Operations Management. Refer to class schedule and syllabus for title and further description. Prerequisites: OPM 615 or OPM 625.