Department faculty have written for and been cited in numerous publications.
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The Department of Management Science at the Darla Moore School of Business is home to the Operations and Supply Chain Center where students have the opportunity to earn an industry-certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. The department's top-notch faculty and students are engaged in research, teaching and service-related activities in the fields of analytics, operations and supply chain management and revenue management. The Moore School undergraduate and graduate supply chain programs are consistently ranked high in North America by the Gartner Group.
The Department of Management supports both undergraduate and graduate education as well as a Ph.D. offered in production and operations management.
The department couples classroom and real-world, experiential learning to produce top-notch graduates. The Operations and Supply Chain Center plays a large role in this real-world experience and has, over time, become a focal point for identifying, developing and placing well-trained talent in several well-known Fortune 500 multinational firms.
Doctoral graduates from the management science program are currently working as faculty members at well regarded institutions such as the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Delaware, Florida State University and Wichita State University, among others.
The management science undergraduate program explores the analytical use of information in business management. Students can specialize in Global Supply Chain and Operations Management (GSCOM).
There are a number of MBA options to suit your needs with many curriculum functional expertise focus areas, including GSCOM.
The production/operations management doctoral concentration prepares students for careers in university teaching and research.