The Bachelor of Manufacturing Management (B.M.M.) is a career-oriented program that prepares students to manage people and machines in a manufacturing environment. Graduates will be able to supervise a manufacturing process, manage human and mechanical resources within budgetary constraints, and assure product quality.
The program is designed to meet the needs of people already in the workplace and two-year graduates who want to continue their education to the bachelor's degree level with seamless integration of prior credits earned. The program is available for in-class instruction on campus and as well as through online education. The online education components of the program are delivered through asynchronous electronic communication technologies and self-directed learning.
Program outcomes: Graduates will:
This program is available:
For information about University of Minnesota admission requirements, visit the Office of Admissions website.
All students are required to complete general University and college requirements. For more information, see the graduation requirements.
Students must complete 40 upper division credits.
A sub-plan is not required for this program.
The Manufacturing Management program is a career-oriented program that prepares students to manage people and machines in a manufacturing environment. Graduates will be able to supervise a manufacturing process, manage human and mechanical resources within budgetary constraints, and assure product quality. The manufacturing management online program is the same as the on-campus program with the exception that students take GBUS 1005 and one less credit of transfer or open electives credits.
The manufacturing management certificate is a workplace centered continuing education program designed to meet the increasing demand for management skills in a production based industrial environment. The program content provides an educational base that enables employees to meet the demands of modern management within a technological work setting.
This flexible program fits the schedules of part-time students and students already in the workplace and is offered for credit or noncredit based on the students’ background. The courses taken for the certificate program will transfer into the bachelor of manufacturing program.
Christo Robberts, program director for the Quality Management program and the Manufacturing Management program at the University of Minnesota, Crookston, discusses the two degree programs.
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