Operations is concerned with the production and delivery of both physical goods and services. Operations may be viewed as an organization’s way of aligning global corporate strategy with implementable day-to-day activities and actions. While it is critical to understand how to provide the right capital for the firm, how to promote demand, and how to manage human resources, it is equally important to master the knowledge of how to facilitate production and service delivery and ensure that the corresponding processes are aligned with the overall corporate strategy.
Concentrate in Operations
For course descriptions, prerequisites and course scheduling options, please review the Course Index.
|Operations Program Requirements (12 units)|
|To complete the operations area of study, students must complete the following courses in addition to Operations Management OPMG-UB 1.|
|4 Advanced Operations Elective (12 units)||Any OPMG-UB elective|
|Please note that at least 2 courses (6 units) should be taken from the "Operations Elective" list below|
At least 6 of the 12 units towards the completion of the concentration, must be taken from these courses, however, it is encouraged that 9 of the 12 units be taken from this list when possible.
|MULT-UB 7||Decision Models and Analytics|
|MULT-UB 16||Decision Making Under Uncertainty|
|MULT-UB 30||Pricing and Revenue Analytics|
|OPMG-UB 6||Supply Chain Management|
|OPMG-UB 15||Operations in Financial Services|
|OPMG-UB 60||Real Estate Development and Entrepreneurship|
|Additional courses approved to count as Operations electives:|
|INFO-UB 38||Social and Digital Marketing Analytics|
|INFO-UB 70||Globalization, Open Innovation, Crowdsourcing: New Ways of Organizing|
|MGMT-UB 8||Managing Innovation|
|MKTG-UB 54||Data-Driven Decision Making|
Note: A Stern elective course may satisfy only one concentration requirement (e.g., Managing Innovation can count toward the Management concentration requirement OR as an advanced Operations elective, but it cannot satisfy both requirements).