The Operations Management concentration provides students with management skills for planning, coordinating, and controlling the people and technology used to transform raw materials into goods and services. Students with a concentration in Operations Management are well prepared to contribute to the economic development and competitiveness of New Mexico and the U.S. by taking advantage of excellent career opportunities in consulting, inventory planning, purchasing, supply chain management, production control, production scheduling, quality management, and material resource planning in a wide variety of manufacturing and service industries. These include manufacturing, banking, insurance, hospitals, tourism, and construction.
The concentration consists of 15 credit hours of Operations Management courses beyond the normal MBA core requirements.
Operations Concentration Checklist
Download the checklist for MBA students that is appropriate for you based on your start semester. Please use this worksheet as a guide to satisfy your graduation requirements. Check off the courses as you complete them to keep track of your progress.
Questions regarding concentration requirements should be addressed with your MBA advisor or with the Concentration Advisor.
Checklist for students admitted for Fall 2014 or after:
Older checklists for students admitted prior to the semester listed above can locate their checklists here:
Careers in Operations
For an overview of careers in financial management, including average yearly salaries and sample occupations, please review the Careers in Operations handout. For additional questions and career guidance, please consult Anderson Career Services.
Operations Faculty Concentration Advisor
Department Contact Information
The Operations Concentration falls within the Department of Marketing, Information Systems, Information Assurance, & Operations Management (MIDS). For more information on this department, including contact information for the department chair, please visit the MIDS Department Website.