Operations Management Minor
In a time of constant technological change, managers will be increasingly called upon to manage new products, processes and systems. In addition to providing a fundamental understanding of the field, this track helps students prepare for the six professional certification examinations of the Association of Operations Management (APICS). APICS certification should significantly improve a student’s employment prospects.
|MGT 101||Introduction to Management||3|
|ECO 255||Business Statistics I (or equivalent)||3|
|MGT 336||Production/Operations Management 1||3|
|or MGT 325||Operations Analysis for Business|
|Select three of the following:||9|
|Special Topics in Operations Planning and Control|
|Global Supply Chain Management|
|Operations Management Internship|
Students in the Operations Management minor are expected to become student members of the Canisius Chapter of APICS — The Association for Operations Management. Non-business majors must take MGT 101 and ECO 255 or MAT 105 prior to beginning the program.