MBA Required Curriculum (1st Year)

Technology and Operations Management (TOM)

This course enables students to develop the skills and concepts needed to ensure the ongoing contribution of a firm's operations to its competitive position. It helps them to understand the complex processes underlying the development and manufacture of products as well as the creation and delivery of services.

Topics encompass:

  • Process analysis
  • Cross-functional and cross-firm integration
  • Product development
  • Information technology
  • Technology and operations strategy

MBA Elective Curriculum (2nd Year)

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Technology & Operations Management
Course Title Faculty Name Term Quarter Credits
Building and Sustaining a Successful Enterprise Chet Huber, Derek van Bever

Prithwiraj Choudhury, Clayton M. Christensen
Fall 2016


Spring 2017
Q1Q2


Q3Q4
3.0


3.0
Digital Innovation and Transformation Karim R. Lakhani, Feng Zhu Spring 2017 Q3Q4 3.0
Disruptive Strategy Stephen P. Kaufman Fall 2016 Q1 1.5
Field Course: Commercializing Science; Technology Strategy and Business Models for Science-Based Enterprises Vicki Sato, Gary Pisano Fall 2016 Q1Q2 3.0
Field Course: Entrepreneurship Laboratory (E-Lab) (also listed under Entrepreneurial Management) Alan D. MacCormack Spring 2017 Q3Q4 3.0
Field Course: Transforming Health Care Delivery (also listed under General Management) Amitabh Chandra, Robert S. Huckman Fall 2016 Q1Q2 3.0
IFC: China; Global Supply Chains: Two Sides of the Taiwan Strait Willy C. Shih January 2017 J 3.0
Field Course: Supply Chain Management; see also: Supply Chain Management Daniel Snow Fall 2016 Q1Q2 3.0
Managing Service Operations Ryan W. Buell Fall 2016 Q1Q2 3.0
Operations Strategy: Managing Growth David F. Drake Spring 2017 Q3Q4 3.0
Supply Chain Management; see also: Field Course: Supply Chain Management Daniel Snow Fall 2016 Q1Q2 1.5
Transforming Health Care Delivery (also listed under General Management) Amitabh Chandra, Robert S. Huckman Fall 2016 Q1 1.5