Program Guide
MBA in Operations Management

Operations management is about so much more than just manufacturing and, in the opinion of one Harvard Business School (HBS) professor, gives organizations ‘the power to act’ – such has been its expansion from early assembly line concepts.

The field of operations management should therefore appeal to anyone looking to work with a wide variety of people, as typical roles will involve regular interactions with engineers, researchers, marketing professionals and everything in-between.

An MBA in operations management allows students to tackle challenges in logistics, supply chain design and supply chain management, as well as to look at ways and means of making operating systems or processes more efficient and easier to use.