Bachelor of Science Production and Operations Management

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Program Aim

Modern Operations Management is about much more than operations. It is about developing, managing, and leading vital business functions and processes that are at the very heart of business profitability and growth. The discipline seeks to equip students with the cross-disciplinary knowledge and skills to succeed as a strategic Operations management leader in today’s sophisticated global economy, identifying, creating and managing opportunities for reducing costs, driving growth and building sustainable competitive advantages. Operations Management is a relatively new highly specialized field in many business schools worldwide where there is a heavy focus on supply chain management. The Business Administration program offers challenging but rewarding careers, and to succeed therein, general business knowledge plus an understanding of economics, accounting, business operations and strategies are essential. The program involves the flows of materials and information among all the firms that contribute value to a product or a service, from the source of raw materials to end customers. Business issues from procurement, marketing (channels of distribution), logistics, inventory management, and operations management are integrated to form a supply chain.

Program Objective

The main aim of Production & Operations Management program is to:

  • Prepare students for business analysis in manufacturing and service organizations.
  • Prepare students to efficiently manage production scheduling, warehouse and inventory, logistics operations, and sales and procurement, and ensuring delivery of the right quantity of goods/services at the right time from the right source.
  • Provide students with the basic foundations and valuable work experience through co-op training.
  • Enable graduate students to support other managers in engineering, finance, and marketing programs to make the overall organization operate effectively.
  • Prepare students for such challenges through education in subjects pertinent to direct supervision of tasks (line jobs) as well as support activities such as quality management, project planning, logistics and materials control.

Program Learning Outcomes

The program learning outcomes (PLOs) set out the academic learning, skills, and achievements that the student must reliably demonstrate before graduation.

Upon successful completion of the courses in the program, the graduating students shall demonstrate:

  • Understand and apply knowledge gained on global Operations management, logistics, business transportation, strategic marketing channels, and advanced operational challenges.
  • Develop the ability to communicate effectively in marketing language.
  • Analyze and address Operational process problems.
  • Acquire leadership skills in core areas including supervising, purchasing, inventory control, supply chain, production, and retail aspects of the business.

Program Structure

Year Semester Block code Subjects Credits
Core Courses
Year 1 Semester 1 Block 1 MG2101 Organizational Behavior 4
Block 2 LA2101 Business Communications 4
Block 3 MG2102 Principles of Management 4
Block 4 MA2101 Basic Mathematics 4
Semester 2 Block 5 MK2101 Principles of Marketing 4
Block 6 MG2103 Fundamentals of Business Environment (Management Theory) 4
Block 7 AC2101 Principles of Accounting 4
Block 8 LA2102 English 4
Year 2 Semester 3 Block 9 BL2201 Business Law 4
Block 10 HR2201 Human Resource Management 4
Block 11 EC2201 Business Economics 4
Block 12 MA2202 Statistics for Business Decisions 4
Semester 4 Block 13 MG2204 Strategic Management 4
Block 14 MG2205 Research Methodology 4
Block 15 MG2206 Entrepreneurship 4
Block 16 MG2207 Business Management Internship 4
Specialization Courses
Year 3 Semester 5 Block 17 PO3104 Material Management 4
Block 18 PO3105 Process Management 4
Block 19 PO3104 Maintenance Management 4
Semester 6 Block 20 PO3101 Quality Management 4
Block 21 PO3102 Supply & Logistic Management 4
Block 22 PO3103 Lean Six Sigma 4
Year 4 Semester 7 Block 23 Specialization Elective 1 4
Block 24 Specialization Elective 2 4
Block 25 Specialization Elective 3 4
Semester 8 Block 26 MG3208 Project Work 20
Total Credits 120
Bachelor of Science Production and Operations Management

Ms.Amanda Shivlal
Bachelor of Business Administration (Part-Time)

“Studying tertiary education at university can be an intellectual challenge at times. But I must admit that enrolling in the Bachelor of Business Administration program at Texila American University has been the best decision of my life yet. The learning environment is up to the standards and is comfortable with the best learning facilities. Currently, studying Organizational Behavior as my first studies here so far has been the greatest experience with the most supportive learning environment, faculties, and cooperative classmates. I’m very thankful and obligated to Texila and those special people in my life who have constantly been there with supportive encouragement and motivation, which has kept me going.”

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