Operations and technology management Information

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Operations and Technology Management (OTM) is an interdisciplinary major which prepares students to gain knowledge and skills in the areas of operations management, IT management, and data analytics. This major is typically offered as part of business school and the curriculum is designed to develop the skills needed to manage and improve business operations through the integrated use of theories and methods from both operations management and information technology management (IT). [1] Because of its inter-disciplinary nature, students graduating with OTM degrees tend to have more career options across a wide-range of industries. For instances, students with OTM degrees can pursue many roles across Operations, IT, and Analytics fields. [2]

Many universities offer this major. For instance, the University of Portland offers a BBA in OTM and MS in OTM (MSOTM) programs. [3] [4] Harvard University offers MBA and DBA in Technology and operations management (TOM). [5] The University of Wisconsin-Madison offers BBA and MBA programs in OTM. [6] Cal Poly-Pomona offers programs in Technology and Operations Management (TOM). [7] UCLA Anderson School of Management of Management offers Decisions, operations and technology management (DTOM) programs. [8]


  1. ^ "What is OTM?". Retrieved 2020-11-19.
  2. ^ "OTM Career Descriptions". Retrieved 2020-11-19.
  3. ^ "Operations & Technology Management, BBA | University of Portland". business.up.edu. Retrieved 2020-11-19.
  4. ^ "Master of Science in Operations and Technology Management - MSOTM | University of Portland". business.up.edu. Retrieved 2020-11-19.
  5. ^ "Curriculum - Technology and Operations Management - Faculty & Research - Harvard Business School". www.hbs.edu. Retrieved 2020-11-19.
  6. ^ "Operations & Technology Management | Wisconsin School of Business at UW Madison". bus.wisc.edu. Retrieved 2020-11-19.
  7. ^ "Technology and Operations Management". www.cpp.edu. Retrieved 2020-11-19.
  8. ^ "Decisions, Operations & Technology Management". UCLA Anderson School of Management. Retrieved 2020-11-19.

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