Construction and Operations Management
The Construction and Operations Management (COM) department is home to degree programs in applied management, engineering technology, and the general engineering non-degree sequence for the Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering.
The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management (BS-CM) is a program that prepares individuals for entry-level management positions within the commercial, residential, or heavy-highway-utilities sectors as well as subs, trades and service companies affiliated with the construction industry.
The Bachelor of Science in Operations Management (BS-OM) program has two emphasis areas: manufacturing and electronics. Lean manufacturing, quality management, supply chain management, and process development are covered in the OM program of study.
The CM & OM programs collaborate with partners in the Division of Management and Economics on campus. This cross-disciplinary division brings programs in Construction Management, Operations Management, Decision Sciences, Hospitality Management, Economics, Ag Business, and Entrepreneurial Studies together to provide professional development opportunities for students seeking management-related careers.
The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology (BS-EET) is an engineering technology program for persons seeking technical positions in the electronics manufacturing sector. The program prepares students to be proficient in troubleshooting systems and electronic devices, as well as product & process development projects for electronics manufacturers.
The Master of Science in Operations Management (MSOM) is a program for professionals interested in expanding their ability to make decisions, manage resources, and execute projects in technical and service environments.