The Management bachelor's degree with a Manufacturing concentration from the University of Phoenix focuses on strategic performance improvement of all business planning, global sourcing and procurement, production, and logistical activities that make up an organizations operations and supply chain.
The curriculum highlights the important role that operations and supply chain play in satisfying customer demands and expectations, as well as a companys need to develop and maintain a sustainable competitive advantage through the efficient and effective performance of all operations. Courses also focus on the most current content in the manufacturing field as outlined by various specialized manufacturing and supply chain organizations and experts. In addition, the manufacturing concentration has coursework that stresses key business-related knowledge and skill development in the areas of computers and information processing, business law, macro-economics, financial analysis, and marketing.
In the Manufacturing concentration, 15 credit hours are required. Students must successfully complete two required courses: OI/361 (Innovation, Design, and Creativity for a Competitive Advantage) and MGT/420 (Managing Quality in the Supply Chain). Students must also complete three additional business elective courses (9-credit hours) within the Manufacturing concentration. Additionally, there is one suggested elective track that students have the option to complete as part of the 9-concentration elective credit requirements. This includes a General Manufacturing track. Students must also satisfy General Education and Elective requirements to meet the 120 semester-credit minimums required for completion of the degree.
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The Business Management bachelor's degree at the University of Phoenix is structured to equip graduates with the required knowledge, skills and values to effectively and efficiently utilize a variety of business tools and principals in today's business environment.
The Management bachelor's degree at the University of Phoenix is structured to equip graduates with the required knowledge, skills and values to effectively and efficiently utilize a variety of business tools and principals in today's business environment.