The Master of Science in Operations Management degree is offered in this location:
The Master of Science in Operations Management (MSOM) program at Friends University is designed to provide students with the essential elements of management and leadership within business operations. The main objective in designing this Operations Management degree program is to enable participating individuals to understand processes, tools, techniques and technologies to make their organization more competitive and efficient. This program is recommended to those who are looking for a focused and practical graduate degree and training in managing operations in service and/or manufacturing sectors. There is an increasing demand for highly educated individuals with strong communication and problem-solving skills. We offer courses in this program that are hands-on and applied to strategic and daily management of operations of a company's supply chain, quality, manufacturing/service processes, and project planning and control. The Operations Management graduate degree program assists students in understanding and developing the skills to effectively participate and manage in teams and projects to improve operations, quality, productivity and capacity of service/production organizations. Real-world learning experience is used to provide students the opportunity to develop the advanced competencies needed by managers and related positions.
MSOM students come from several business sectors: manufacturing, health care, finance, communications, transportation, banking, construction and any other process-oriented entities. Their goal is to gain the principles, knowledge and tools to improve and enhance productivity of processes in creating goods and services. Upon graduation, students are prepared to serve as effective leaders for operations-oriented positions in world-class businesses and industries.
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