How is Management with Supply Chain and Operations Management at Michigan Tech Different?
The Supply Chain and Operations Management concentration within the Management major teaches students how to tackle complex business problems in a challenging environment, and how to effectively manage the physical and information flow across the supply network. This concentration is a comprehensive introduction to operations management, procurement, logistics, project management, and Six Sigma fundamentals. Supply Chain and Operations Management students become prepared to work for major international corporations.
What You Need to Know
Nowadays, supply chains compete against one another rather than individual companies. A single firm cannot survive on its own without supply chain partners. In a global business world, each company is integrated into a large supply network and depends on the efficient use of innovative solutions from external partners.
Small Enough to Care, Large Enough to Lead
- Huskies are given opportunities to apply developing knowledge and gain real-world exposure by participating in (and winning!) regional and national competitions.
- Open to Michigan Tech students of all majors, the Applied Portfolio Management Program (APMP)—one of the top 50 student funds in the nation—gives students real-world experience on the trading room floor by investing more than $1.5 million of real money.
- The Silicon Valley Spring Break Experience is a one-of-a-kind trip available exclusively to School of Business and Economics students. Huskies travel to the heart of the tech business world, tour companies like Google and Cisco, and meet with successful entrepreneurs, including Michigan Tech alumni.
- The spirit of entrepreneurism is alive on Michigan Tech’s Innovation Shore. Business students have the opportunity to gain real-world experience through peer collaboration with our senior-level Business Development Experience, developing and presenting a business plan for a Senior Design or Enterprise project.
Create the Future as an:
- Logistics manager
- Operations manager
- Production planner
- Production supervisor
- Purchasing manager
- Quality assurance manager
- Supply chain analyst
Huskies Get Hired By:
- General Motors
- General MIlls
- Greenheck Fan
Crazy Smart Opportunities and Experiences
“I like supply chain and operations management because I like solving business problems and seeing results. My education provided me with the analytical skills to make informed decisions and the soft skills to work with diverse groups of people."