Operations and Information Management

15 credits

Recent shifts in product and service markets have resulted in an unprecedented demand for professionals who can successfully apply central principles of operations and technology management. The Operations and Information
Management major provides students with the necessary analytic, quantitative, and technological STEM skills to analyze business problems and to devise innovative and practical solutions. Course content within the major will
include practical applications around operations, analytics and systems (STEM).
 
 
Required Courses
  • OPIM-258: Decision Support Systems
  • OPIM-262: Global Supply Chain Management
Nine elective credits from the following

Students must take 6 credits from Section A and 3 credits from Section A or B

Section A: OPIM Courses 

  • OPIM-241: Data Science (1.5 credits)
  • OPIM-242: Data Visualization (1.5 credits)
  • OPIM-243: Intro Bus App Development in Python (1.5 credits)
  • OPIM-244: Mgmt Bus App Development in Python (1.5 credits)
  • OPIM-256: Electronic Commerce (3 credits)
  • OPIM-257: Developing and Managing Databases (3 credits)
  • OPIM-271: Environmentally Sustainable Operations and Business Models (3 credits)
  • OPIM-274: Business Forecasting (3 credits)

Section B: Cross-Disciplinary STEM Courses

  • MATH-322: Financial Mathematics
  • COSC-051: Computer Science I
  • COSC-052: Computer Science II
  • Any other COSC courses* 
 

*AP/IB credit in COSC can not count towards the OPIM major Section B requirement.