Master of Science in Operations Management
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May be waived
Can combine online and face-to-face courses offered at various locations
and 4 prerequisite classes that may be waived
≈ to Complete
Classes are offered in 8-week terms, with five terms per year.
Tuition and Fees
Online Students Pay
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Get the practical knowledge you need to lead complex business operations by earning a Master of Science in Operations Management. Study with industry experts and professors to learn relevant skills you can apply immediately. Learn about increasing productivity, global business environment, supply chain, human resource strategies, finance for operations managers, and leadership principles.
Without hesitation, if someone asked me if they should take an online class, I would say yes, and I would recommend the U of A.
Flexible, Affordable, Practical
Study in 8-week sessions that are offered during five sessions each year. U.S. students can start the MSOM program during any of those sessions. Classes are offered online, on the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville campus, and at three graduate resident centers in Arkansas, Tennessee and Florida. Online students pay in-state tuition, which is lower than many comparable programs.
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