The Manufacturing Operations Management minor will prove especially valuable for students pursuing biomedical, chemical, construction, electronic, environmental, food, textile, and transportation courses of study.
The Manufacturing Operations Management minor is available to students who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at the University of Minnesota.
|Manufacturing in a Global Economy (MM 3001W)||3||None|
|Manufacturing Operations (MM 4102)||3||MM 3001W; 45 semester credits|
|Engineering for Manufacturing Operations (MM 3205)||3||30 semester credits|
|Design of Manufacturing Systems and Simulations (MM 4011)||3||MM 3001W or manufacturing experience|
|Manufacturing Processes and Technology (MM 4012)||3||MM 3001W or manufacturing experience|
|Global Supply Chain Management (MM 4035)||3||MM 4102 or ABUS 4102 or professional experience|
|Manufacturing Outsourcing Decisions (MM 4039)||3||MM 3001W or prof. exp.; MM 4035; ACCT 2050|
|Regulated Industry Compliance (MM 4045)||3||MM 3001W or manufacturing experience|
|Quality Engineering and Process Improvement (MM 4201)||3||Statistics; 45 semester credits|
|Sustainable Lean Manufacturing (MM 4311)||3||MM 3001W; 45 semester credits|
|Capstone (MM 4501)||3||MM major or minor or cert|
|Internship (MM 4596)||1-4||MM major or minor or cert|