The Program in Depth

The Master of Business Administration degree with a specialization in Operations Management can teach qualities critical to operations management professionals, including leadership, self-confidence, motivation, decisiveness, flexibility, sound business judgment and determination.

You Can Learn How to:

  • Adapt and innovate to solve problems.
  • Analyze various leader, follower, cultural and situational characteristics that contribute to leadership, and adapt to the needs of situations, employees and co-workers.
  • Develop plans to improve business operations.
  • Determine appropriate forecasting techniques for given situations.
  • Identify factors that should be taken into consideration when selecting a facility.
  • Determine appropriate inventory management approaches for given situations.
  • Determine the appropriate mode of operations (e.g. JIT, lean operations, traditional operations) for a given situation.

Some Courses You'll Take

At AIU, more of the courses you take, on average, are devoted to your field of interest than at other similar schools. For a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Operations Management, your classes can include:

  • Global Financial Management

    Within the context of the multinational firm, this course examines the development of policy, financing options for international business, and the ma...

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  • Business Research for Decision Making

    In this course, the student will explore decision making from a managerial viewpoint and examine the role of decision making in dealing with employees...

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  • A Managerial Approach to Marketing

    This course focuses on the application of marketing concepts in a global organization. Students will examine international channel distribution as wel...

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ACBSP

AIU’s business administration degree programs with all their specializations are programmatically accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).Learn More

The ACBSP accreditation means that AIU’s business administration programs meet the rigorous standards of this leading accreditation association. It helps ensure that what we teach is industry-current and industry-relevant in today’s business environment and can make your meaningful in the marketplace.

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