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Operations and Supply Chain Management Concentration

Operations and Supply Chain Management designs, plans, and manages the facilities, processes, and activities utilized to convert resources into goods and services.

Operations and Supply Chain Management Concentration

The Operations and Supply Chain Management concentration is open to business administration students at Georgia Tech. After completing MGT 3501, students will complete six advanced Operations and Supply Chain Management courses. Students must earn a grade of "C" or higher in all courses to complete the concentration.

Group A

MGT 3744 - Managing Products, Service, and Technology Development 

MGT 4367 - Revenue Analytics (previously taught as MGT 4803 Revenue Analytics. No credit allowed for both) (MGT 2251 or MGT 2255)

MGT 4369 - Sustainable Business Practicum

MGT 4401 - Supply Chain Modeling (previously taught as MGT 4803 Supply Chain Modeling. No credit allowed for both) (MGT 3501)

Group B

MGT 4309 - Services Marketing (previously taught as MGT 4803 Services Marketing. No credit allowed for both) (MGT 3300)

MGT 4341 - Management of Healthcare Operations (previously taught as MGT 4803 Management of Healthcare Operations. No credit allowed for both) 

MGT 4910 - Special Problems - Independent Research taught by a College of Business Operations faculty member. Only one (1) Special Problems (4910) course (3 hours) may be used toward a concentration.

View the Undergraduate Catalog in Management