The UMass Dartmouth Bachelor of Science in Operations Management teaches students the fundamental operations management skills necessary for career advancement. Students study how to get things done and produced, with minimal time, effort, and cost and maximum quality. The result? The effective use of resources: people, money, machinery, facilities, material, and information.
Earn your BS in Operations Management at UMassD or complete your degree at UMassD if you already have some college credits and a GPA of at least 2.5. The program is 100% online.
With our generous transfer policy, students with existing credits may transfer up to 75 credits from a regionally accredited institution.
Operations Management degree students gain proficiency in:
Management of the supply chain from vendors to customers
Planning and problem-solving techniques
Students will be prepared to evaluate an organization’s objectives, analyze internal and external environments, and create effective management strategies and tactics to achieve an organization’s goals.
The UMassD Charlton School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the highest international accreditation standard for schools of business.
Learn more about this program:
To receive more information and connect with the program manager, please click on inquire now to the right.
Sample a Course
Click here for more information on the Bachelor of Science in Operations Management.
ALABAMA, ARKANSAS, NEW MEXICO, MARYLAND, and MINNESOTA RESIDENTS: UMass Dartmouth does not presently consider applications for online degree or certificate programs from applicants whose permanent residence is in Alabama, Arkansas, New Mexico, Maryland or Minnesota because of the regulations resulting from legislation in these states. For details about regulations in your state that may affect your enrollment in an online program offered by another state, you may wish to consult your state's Department of Education and/or learn about efforts of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements at http://nc-sara.org/. If you are a resident of Alabama, Arkansas, New Mexico, Maryland, or Minnesota, UMass Dartmouth welcomes your application to a face-to-face program only.