MBA in Operations
MBA admissions now closed. Admissions for next year will open in September 2017.
Ensuring that products are obtained in the most cost-effective and efficient manner while meeting customer standards is no easy task, and can only be pulled off well by an operations specialist. An MBA in Operations may not be as popular as disciplines like marketing or finance, but that doesn’t diminish the value it brings to your role in Operations. BML Munjal University’s MBA in Operations course emphasises on providing knowledge and training required for a successful career in production operations, service procedures, logistics and supply chain management. The scope of job opportunities following an MBA in Operations is huge, with rewarding roles on offer in IT, finance, Insurance, manufacturing, hospitality, HR, retail, transportation, construction to even consulting firms.
Employment Outlook for an MBA in Operations
There are two terms that can precisely define operations management – logistics and supply chain management, both of which have firm foundations in this area of learning.
To holistically understand and assess global trends and yield cost-effectiveness in order to meet client demands in an era where resources often fall short and customer expectations are sky-rocketing, adept operational and management skills become critical.
The most popular career options subsequent to an MBA in operations include:
- Operations manager
- Supply chain manager
- Management consultant
- Operations analyst
- Channel manager
MBA in Operations Syllabus
At BML Munjal University, the focus is always on keeping students a step ahead to ensure that they meet the markets’ evolving needs. Along with helping students analyse and evaluate corporate purchasing, production and distribution processes, the syllabus of an MBA in operations course provides students with the know how to create value for innovation from the perspective of creating new production designs and services.