A Master of Business Administration in Operations Management from Chancellor University offers students
a unique and prestigious education that, coupled with our business simulator,
is one of the most unique in the country. Our program is designed to
incorporate real world experience and practice in leadership, accounting,
marketing, entrepreneurship and more to reinforce classroom lessons and theory,
giving students an edge that other MBA programs simply do not provide all from
a convenient, online classroom.
Chancellor U’s MBA program for Operations Management works
through the same core classes of the general MBA program while also requiring a
rigorous set of courses specifically designed to hone skills required for a
career in Operations Management.
Below is a list of core courses designed to provide students
with the knowledge and experience they will require for upper level leadership
and management positions in Operations Management:
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full course description for Chancellor University’s Operations Management MBA program.
Find out how you can get started furthering your education
with Chancellor University. Contact CUadmissions@ChancellorU.edu or
call toll free: 1.888.316.9377 |
216.391.6937 to get started today!
Chancellor University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.
Chancellor University is an independent, private, coeducational institution of higher education. The University offers academic programs in both business and non-business fields leading to Master's, Bachelor's, Associate's, and Certificate's in recognition of professional training and development. Chancellor University has a 160-year tradition of success in preparing students for careers in business and other professions.
Chancellor University provides the following documents in accordance with the IACBE (International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education) policies of disclosure on “current and easily-accessible student learning results for each of their IACBE-accredited business programs.”