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Operations and Supply Chain Management

Whakahaere i te Kōkiritnaga me te Taukaea Tuku

06 October 2023
Operations and Supply Chain Management is concerned with the design, planning, and management of activities required to transform resources into goods and services.
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Overview


Operations and Supply Chain Management

Introduction

Operations and Supply Chain Management involves bringing together organisational resources (people, money, materials, and buildings) for the production of goods or services. Fundamentally, supply chain management is about matching the supply of resources and goods with the demands of the marketplace.

Operations and supply chain managers make sure the processes are smooth, efficient, and sustainable, and are always thinking of ways to make improvements.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

What will my study involve?

  • Courses focus on issues such as operations strategy, performance management, procurement and distribution, product and process design, and inventory management.
  • Investigate answers to questions such as: how do you make sure that people, money, materials, and buildings are used efficiently across the whole organisation? How can we ensure that our organisation is successful in achieving its goals?

Operations and Supply Chain Management

Courses

Operations and Supply Chain Management major

For the major in the Bachelor of Commerce, complete the following courses:

100-level

200-level

300-level

For the complete three-year Bachelor of Commerce Operations and Supply Chain Management major degree plan, see Te Kura Umanga | UC Business School website.

Operations and Supply Chain Management minor

For the minor in the Bachelor of Arts, Commerce, Digital Screen, Health Sciences, Product Design, Science, Social and Environmental Sustainability, Sport, or Youth and Community Leadership, complete the following courses:

100-level

200-level

300-level

Operations and Supply Chain Management

Career opportunities

You will learn to focus on the details of processes and use skills like cross- communication, collaboration, time management, and planning to efficiently deliver value to customers.

With these skills, you will be able to take on a wide range of roles from logistics to risk management.

Career pathways could include:

  • operations management
  • production and distribution
  • risk forecasting
  • procurement analysis.

Find out more about what you can do with a degree in Operations and Supply Chain Management.

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