Operations Technology, BS (transition)

This program is not open for entry for the 2016–2017 year.

The Bachelor of Science in Operations Technology seeks to develop future leaders in the field of operations, logistics, and supply chain management.

The curriculum seeks to provide students with the concepts, theories, methodologies, and tools used in the field of operations management and technology, along with an understanding of accounting and finance fundamentals. Students also have the opportunity to build additional expertise in the social sciences or sciences, developing a greater understanding of the economic, social, and political environment in which they will operate.

Graduates will be trained to use an empirical approach for understanding and utilizing the tools of operations and supply chain management and to apply this knowledge in further study at the graduate level or in the various careers in areas such as supply chain, purchasing, and transportation for which a broad understanding in operations is a necessary foundation.

Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Core Courses

24 semester hours required

ENG 1105
and ENG 1106
College Writing 1
and Lab for ENG 1105
ENG 1107
and ENG 1108
College Writing 2
and Lab for ENG 1107
ENG 2105
and ENG 2106
Writing Workshop
and Lab for ENG 2105
Course satisfying Engaging Difference and Diversity core3
MTH 1100College Algebra3
MTH 2300Business Statistics3
ITC 1000Computer Applications3
or ITC 2016 End-User Data Analysis Tools

Major Courses

48 semester hours required

Required Courses
PHL 2100Business Ethics3
ECN 1200Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECN 1100Principles of Microeconomics3
MGT 2330Business Law3
MGT 1100Introduction to Business3
MGT 2820Operations Management3
MGT 2220Supply Chain Management3
MGT 3444Resource Planning and Scheduling3
Science Elective
Complete 3 semester hours from a science subject area.3
History Elective
Complete 3 semester hours from a HST elective.3
Elective Courses
Complete 3 semester hours from the following subject areas:3
Complete 6 semester hours from the following:6
E-Commerce Systems
Information Technology Electives
Complete 6 semester hours from the ITC subject area.6
Finance Elective
ACC 2100Financial Accounting3
or FIN 2105 Introduction to Corporate Finance


Complete a minimum of 48 semester hours to reach 120 semester hours.