MGMT 629 | MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
This course is intended to develop student facility with a variety of quantitative techniques to facilitate the managerial decision-making process. Simulation approaches are covered along with optimization techniques such as linear programming and stochastic techniques such as queuing models. In this course, students will develop spreadsheet modeling skills, and emphasis will be placed on the application of these quantitative techniques to a variety of managerial areas.
ISYS 669 | ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS MODELS
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About Operations Management
Operations Management is the organizational function accountable for managing the processes of creating, producing, and delivering goods and services as well as helping processes run smoothly for an organization or industry.
Career Outlook for Operations Management
- The median salary for General and Operations Managers is $97,970 and varies by industry*
- Business Operations Managers rank well according to U.S. News and World Report
MGMT 639 | MANAGING PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONS
Students gain an overview of information systems (IS) including the strategic role of IS and a process-oriented view of the organization, and its importance in relationships with suppliers, customers, and competitors. An overview is provided of how information systems can contribute to the effective management of processes to support achieving strategic objectives and transforming the organization. The major focus of the course is how organizations utilize information systems to address enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), customer relationship management (CRM), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and social networks. Course content includes an overview of IS infrastructure and addresses key IS management topics. Students will also learn about the ethical and legal implications of the use of information systems.
MRKT 679 | MARKETING MANAGEMENT
This course is intended to prepare students for management positions in various organizations. Students are introduced to concepts and issues concerning management, and leadership of organizational staff. Subjects include technology-related leadership, organizational communication, change management, lean thinking, human resource issues, decision-making, ethics and persuasion.
MGMT 661| OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
In this course, students will gain a managerial perspective on how organizations understand and select target markets, and then how they attract, retain and grow customers within those selected markets. A strategic perspective of how firms create, deliver, and communicate superior customer value for competitive advantage will be emphasized. Students will gain understanding of the analysis, planning, implementation, and control of activities to develop and sustain beneficial exchanges with target buyers.
What are the international admissions requirements?
This course provides students with an exposure to the core concepts and tools of operations management in both manufacturing and service enterprises. Course content includes an overview of the fundamental importance of coordinated operational activities as students examine how to integrate effective operations across all functional areas of the organization. Emphasis is placed on the importance of adding value, and customer satisfaction, to the long-term viability of both for-profit and not-for-profit firms.
FINC 619 | FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
In addition to the Domestic requirements, International requirements also include:
- International students are required to submit educational documentation to an evaluation service such as Educational Perspectives, which is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). This will be at the expense of the student. Kettering University undergraduate students need not submit their Kettering transcripts but are required to submit transcripts from any other university.
- International applicants whose native language is not English and who have not earned a bachelor’s degree from a U.S. institution are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), International English Language Testing System (IELTS), MELAB (offered by University of Michigan), or complete level 112 at an approved EL Scenter. Please have official scores sent to Kettering University’s Office of Admissions, Code 1246. Photocopies will not be accepted.
Our minimum score requirements are:
- TOEFL: Paper-based: 550
- Computer-based: 213
- Internet-based: 79
- IELTS: Minimum Band score of 6.0
- MELAB: 76
What Support Will I Receive?
The purpose of this course is to provide students with an overview of financial management within organizations. The focus of this course is on the theoretical valuation of stocks and bonds and the capital markets in which they are traded. There is also emphasis on both the use of financial leverage by the firm and working capital management. The purpose is to enable managers to participate fully in financial decision-making.
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Online students enrolled with KUO receive individual guidance from a Professional Advisor. KUO is committed to helping you thrive as an online student —that’s why we offer support from the start of your classes until graduation, ensuring you stay connected to the university.
This course focuses on the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of organizational policy and strategy from the perspective of the senior manager/strategy planner. Additional consideration is given to information technology, global operations, ethics, legal perspectives and the functional level strategies of the organization. The Final Project is an integrative approach designed to have direct application to a current job or future career.
MS in Operations Management Online – Certificate Options
The MS in Operations Management curriculum includes 7 core courses plus your choice of one of the 3-course graduate certificates listed below.
- MGMT 619 | Project Management
- MGMT 609 | Technology Management
Plus, one of the following, according to your program:
- MGMT 661 | Operations Management (non-MSOM programs)
- IME 676 | Lean Six Sigma (MSOM program only)
Earning your online Master of Science in Operations Management from KUO, a global leader in STEM education, you learn from expert faculty and gain real-world skills. You graduate prepared to lead and impact change through business operations management in many industries.
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