BAS 435 : OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Unique aspects of managing and growing small- to medium-sized businesses, including strategic and operational planning, ethical issues, organizational controls and tools, marketing management and techniques, financial analysis and accounting, risk management, human resource management, and international opportunities.
- Identify, analyze, and resolve cost related problems for producing goods and rendering services to increase an organization's market competitiveness.
- Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills using negotiating techniques to build allian relationships and drive down costs.
- Evaluate a variety of processes for delivering a service or constructing a product including outsourcing and the integration of such technology as automation and robotics to drive down costs.
- Apply the LEAN methodology to identify activities that add value for the customer and assess the potential for reducing waste from processes without sacrificing productivity.
At a Glance
BAS 301, BAS 310 and MATH& 146 or permission of instructor.
Program: Bachelor of Applied Science