Gain skills to keep inventory moving in our operations management program

You like the challenges that come along with getting products from Point A to Point B at the lowest possible cost, which is why earning an operations management degree may be what you need to enhance your career. You’re organized, efficient, a strong negotiator and a hard worker, and we have the tools to help you earn your degree one 5-week course at a time.

When you pursue your operations management degree at University of Phoenix, you’ll learn the skills required to manage the production, shipment and distribution of products, as well as, business process management, enterprise resource management, and systems thinking — with the guidance of experienced instructors. But operations management is more than just logistics, it requires strong negotiation skills and the ability to decipher contracts — two more skills you’ll hone in your classes. Our Bachelor of Science in Business degree has been reaffirmed for accreditation until 2027 by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), ensuring the quality of your education. You’ll have the opportunity to transfer prior college credits and have relevant workplace experience evaluated for potential credit, saving you time and money.

When you earn your operations management degree online, you’ll have the opportunity to learn at your own pace wherever you’re comfortable. Your classes will help you recommend inventory management strategies that optimize operational performance and you’ll discuss emerging strategic and tactical trends that impact operations and supply chain design. Many people who earn an operations management degree go on to become production managers, quality assurance and manufacturing supervisors.

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Bachelor of Science in Business with Operations Management Certificate:

This Bachelor of Science in Business includes an operations management program and has been reaffirmed for accreditation until 2027 by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). This program is also aligned with the Association for Operations Management’s (APICS) industry standards.

You’ll learn to explain the operational components of the Plan, Source, Make, and Deliver model and diagram the components of a distribution or logistics operation in your operations management degree online classes. The program incorporates operations management components that will help you:

  • Approach and improve business planning
  • Global sourcing
  • Procurement
  • Production



Why Phoenix?

Part of the School of Business, operations degrees are taught by credible faculty members with nearly ten years of University of Phoenix teaching experience. Nearly two-thirds of the 5,000 School of Business faculty members have worked or a Fortune 1000 company or subsidiary. They apply their real world experiences to the classroom in thoughtful, relevant lessons. You’ll enjoy small class sizes where you’ll learn with fewer than 15 other students on average — giving your instructors time to help you with any individual struggles you may encounter.

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Transfer Credits

Save time and money by transferring eligible credits and have relevant work experience evaluated for potential credit.

ACBSP-Accredited through 2027

The Bachelor of Science in Business has been reaffirmed for accreditation until 2027 by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), ensuring the quality of your education.

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Embrace the challenges of operations management and challenge yourself by pursuing your operations management degree.

While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.