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Operations & Supply Chain

Interested in a career that can take you across the globe in virtually any industry? Operations management and supply chain jobs are fast-paced and exciting with competitive salaries. The Operations & Supply Chain (OSC) major at the David Eccles School of Business gives students the world-class training they need to succeed in the business world.

What is Operations & Supply Chain?

Operations & Supply Chain is a growing career field that offers experiences and opportunities you can’t find anywhere else! Leading companies rely on operations and supply chain professionals to create high-quality products and services while minimizing waste to reduce costs. They are ultimately responsible for running the business efficiently and profitably.

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OSC’s comprehensive curriculum gives you both hard and soft skills that translate to jobs in any industry and allows you to stand out from your peers. It includes a capstone internship with top companies and the opportunity to prepare for practical certifications such as Project Management (PMP) and Six-Sigma. OSC graduates enter the job market with the valuable experience employers are looking for. Our alumni are CFO’s, COO’s, Vice Presidents, Project and Process Managers, Financial Analysts, Operation Officers, Risk and Compliance Analysts, and more.

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Upcoming Events

OSC Alumni Career Panel
Oct. 28, 2020
Noon – 1 p.m.

Did you know that a VP at Goldman Sachs studied Operations and Supply Chain (OSC)? Alumni from the OSC program have made it big in a variety of companies, from tech to finance and healthcare! Come join our OSC Alumni Career Panel to network with these accomplished professionals and learn how studying OSC can propel your career forward. Register here.

Visit Eccles.link/events for information on other upcoming Eccles events.

Admissions Criteria

Admission (BCOR Track A)* Admission (BCOR Track B)* Automatic Admission (Legacy) Committee Review**
  • Admitted to the Eccles School (Upper Division)
  • Completion of Business Fundamentals
  • B or higher in BCOR 3050
  • B or higher in a college algebra course (or a higher level math course)
  • 3.2 or higher total GPA
  • 3.2 or higher business GPA
  • Admitted to the Eccles School (Upper Division)
  • Completion of Business Fundamentals
  • B or higher in OIS 3660
  • B or higher in a college algebra course (or a higher level math course)
  • 3.2 or higher total GPA
  • 3.2 or higher business GPA
  • Admitted to the Eccles School (Upper Division)
  • B or higher in OIS 2340
  • B or higher in a college algebra course (or a higher level math course)
  • 3.2 or higher total GPA
  • 3.2 or higher business GPA
  • Admitted to the Eccles School (Upper Division)
  • Not eligible for Conditional Admission or Automatic Admission
  • 3.0-3.19 or higher total or Business GPA
  • B or higher in a college algebra course (or a higher level math course)
  • Completion with passing grade of OIS 3660 or BCOR 3050

Track A and Track B specifically refers to students in the integrated (BCOR) curriculum. Automatic Admission (Legacy) criteria applies to students in the non-integrated curriculum. To determine which curriculum you are assigned, visit Eccles.link/bcor or email advising@eccles.utah.edu.

*Submitting an application does not guarantee admission. A committee will review students’ full academic records and admit on a case-by-case basis. Admission to all Eccles School majors are subject to the Eccles School Repeat Policy. Submitting an application does not guarantee admission to the major.
**There are no “Auto-Admits” after a first negative decision by the Admissions Committee. Even if a student meets the admission criteria (after the first rejection), submitting an application does not guarantee admission. The Operations & Supply Chain Undergraduate Program reserves the right to reject the application based on the review of the application and will consider the following factors when making an admission decision: 1) Grades in all courses on transcript and 2) Amount of repeated courses.