Program Guide
MBA in Operations Management

Operations management covers a far broader scope than simply manufacturing. In the opinion  of one Harvard Business School (HBS) professor, it gives organizations ‘the power to act’, creating value for customers and shareholders alike – an expansion from early assembly line concepts.

Typical roles in operations management allow you to interact with a wide range of people, such as engineers, researchers, marketing professionals, and everything in-between. It is a perfect career path if you want to be involved with a variety of business operations.

MBAs specializing in operations management allow students to take on challenges in logistics, supply chain design and supply chain management, plus they teach you ways and means of making operating systems or processes more efficient and easier to use.