Undergraduate Embedded Certificate in Operations and Supply Chain Management

The undergraduate student who completes the Operations and Supply Chain Management Certificate is considered to have a comprehensive knowledge of planning and managing an organization's resources and processes that create products or services. The resources include the work force, technology, supply chain, production and service creation processes, materials, and information, all of which typically represent a significant portion of an organization's total costs and controllable assets. The student is considered to have a depth of knowledge across a broad set of Operations Management issues that permeate all levels of decision making from the long-term strategic to the tactical and day-to-day activities. As a result, the student is capable of contributing to an organization's success by developing resource-based distinctive competencies.

Program of Study for Business Administration Majors

To earn the OSCM Undergraduate Certificate, students must complete the following requirements. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher.

Required course:
MGT 3501Operations Management3
Select four (4) from the following:12
Management of Technology
Managing Product, Service & Technology Development
Management of Healthcare Operations
Operations Resource Planning and Execution
Operations Strategy
Global Operations and Supply Chain Management
Quality Control and Improvement
Service Operations Management
Revenue Analytics
Supply Chain Modeling
MGT 4803
Business Decisions for Sustainability & Shared Value
MGT 4803
Managing Process Innovation
Total Credit Hours15

Program of Study for non-Business Administration Majors


The content of the certificate program is composed of 12 semester hours. Students are required to earn a grade of "C" or higher in all certificate courses. All courses must be taken for a letter grade and not as pass/fail.

Required course:
MGT 3501Operations Management3
Select three (3) from the following:9
Management of Technology
Managing Product, Service & Technology Development
Management of Healthcare Operations
Operations Resource Planning and Execution
Operations Strategy
Global Operations and Supply Chain Management
Quality Control and Improvement
Service Operations Management
Revenue Analytics
Supply Chain Modeling
MGT 4803
Business Decisions for Sustainability & Shared Value
MGT 4803
Managing Process Innovation
Total Credit Hours12