MSU Denver

Advanced Manufacturing Sciences, B.S. with Operations Management Concentration

Manufacturing operations management refers to the tools and methods to optimize production. This includes managing business resources such as people, technology, equipment, and other resources that improve the efficiency and productivity of the manufacturer. The job of operations management is to oversee the process of transforming resources into goods and services. The role of operations managers in the manufacturing sector includes production planning, production control, and quality control.

The average annual pay for the Manufacturing Operations Manager jobs category in the United States is $97,031 a year; $98,193 in Denver. Learn more at ZipRecruiter and CareerExplorer.

The Operations Management Concentration provides a holistic perspective on the managerial and organizational systems that are used to make key decisions related to the planning for and day-to-day control of manufacturing operations. Beyond developing competence in analytical and planning skills, particular emphasis is given to the philosophy and methods of lean manufacturing, continuous quality improvement, effective supply chain management and Enterprise Planning.

 

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