Business Administration programs

Business Administration: Operations Management

A25120O(Associate Degree) C251200 (Certificate)

Operations Management is a concentration under the curriculum title of Business Administration. This curriculum is designed to educate individuals in the technical and managerial aspects of operations for manufacturing and service industries.

Emphasized are analytical reasoning, problem solving and continuous improvement concepts required in today's dynamic business and industry environments. Concepts include quality, productivity, organizational effectiveness, financial analysis and the management of human, physical and information resources.

Graduates should qualify for leadership positions or enhance their professional skills in supervision, team leadership, operations planning, quality assurance, manufacturing and service management, logistics/distribution, health and safety, human resources management and inventory/materials management.

In addition to the courses listed below, students may be required to take transition/co-requisite classes based on RISE criteria. These classes do not count toward hours required for graduation.

Chip Cross

Chip Cross

Faculty - Business Administration

Rachel Pearson

Rachel Pearson

Department Chair - Business Technologies & Faculty - Office Administration/Operations Management


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