Supply chain and operations managers are at the core of any company. They keep businesses running smoothly and ensure that clients, suppliers and employees are effective and successful in their work. They obtain, develop and manage the resources required to deliver goods and services to clients and contribute to key decisions involving facilities management, logistics, inventory control, purchasing, quality control and scheduling. You will gain hands-on experience using software from SAP – the world’s leading supplier of enterprise resource planning software.
NOTE: Students enrolling in this program are required to purchase their own laptop. For specific hardware and software requirements for this programclick here.
Operations management is the core functional area of any business. Operations managers obtain, develop and manage the resources required to deliver goods and services to clients. This includes contributing to key decisions involving:
Production planning and scheduling
Supply chain management
Transportation, distribution and logistics
Graduates are well-positioned to pursue a variety of professional accreditations with professional organizations including:
APICS The Association for Operations Management
Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA)
After completing one year of business study, you may choose to graduate with a certificate in Business Fundamentals.
Advanced Spreadsheet Applications For Scm (COMP 2206)
Introduction To Business Processes (COMP 3204)
General Education Elective (GNED 0000)
Career Development For Supply Chain And Operations Management Professional (SCMT 3200)
Scm Planning And Scheduling (SCMT 3201)
Procurement And Supply Management (SCMT 3202)
Lean Principles And Continuous Improvement (LEAN 4200)
Logistics, Transportation And Distribution (LOGT 4200)
Scm Execution And Control (SCMT 4200)
Global Supply Chain And Operations Management (SCMT 4201)
Integrated Supply Chain Management (SCMT 4202)
Statistics For Business (STAT 2200)
Courses and course descriptions are subject to change.
YEAR ONE FEES
Students will also be required to pay an additional tuition fee to UOIT for one course in Semester 2 and four courses in semesters 3 and 4. UOIT tuition will be charged at the beginning of each semester starting in Semester 2.
Please note: fees are based on the 2017-2018 academic year and do not include textbooks. For more information please
Other fees to consider.
WHAT YOU COULD BE:
Buyer or purchasing assistant
Materials control assistant
WHERE YOU COULD WORK:
Aircraft manufacturing companies
Electronics manufacturing services companies
Financial services oraganizations
Food processing companies
Shared service organizations
Transport/fleet services providers
Program Transfer, Degree Completion And Additional Credentials