Operations and Supply Chain Management | Online

Program Type
Undergraduate Major (Online)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
Mode of Study

Full-time tuition

$9,210 per year for in-state and $9,990 for out-of-state residents (based on 30 credit hours). See details and other costs

Financial aid

Average offer covers a large portion of tuition & fees.
In-state: nearly 100%;
Out-of-state: nearly 70%.
May include scholarships, grants, waiver, & work-study. Explore aid

Program duration

Typical completion time: 4 years. Flexible options may save time. Explore options


SAT & ACT scores optional. Early action & year-round admissions. View application process & deadlines

Program highlights

  • Balance your schedule while earning a degree: Our fully online program allows you to complete coursework from wherever you are.
  • Serve as a leader in operational and supply chain excellence: Strategize supply chain efficiency, streamline operations, and ensure resilience and sustainability in globalized business practices.
  • Save money with affordable tuition: Out-of-state students are eligible for reduced e-tuition.
  • Begin your career in a high-demand field, an increasingly essential need both regionally and nationally.
  • Study in an AACSB-accredited program, a mark of quality widely sought after by business schools.
  • Take advantage of our Accelerated Graduate Pathway to the MaineMBA.
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Broad career options

Prepare to plan, oversee, and coordinate a company’s operations. As a graduate, you’ll have the skillset for a wide range of management roles in operations, business analytics, quality control, supply chain management, purchasing & procurement, and project management.

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Strong industry partnerships

We offer connections to an extensive network of employers and organizations who are eager to hire and support our School of Business graduates, including Unum, Idexx, Texas Instruments, LL Bean, C. H. Robinson, ADUSA, and the Manufacturers Association of Maine (MAME).

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Experiential learning

Gain hands-on professional experience, refine your communication skills, and cultivate your network through an optional internship. Our internships are cooperative, supervised experiences that include a faculty sponsor.

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Operations, Supply Chain, & Analytics (OSA) Student Club

Develop your analytics and managerial skills while connecting with like-minded peers. Our OSA club offers valuable industry insights and skill enhancement through engaging weekly meetings, employer interactions, and collaborative peer exercises.

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Program requirements

Our program provides a solid foundation in the systematic approach to business decision-making in a globalized economy. Through coursework in project management, logistics, and data analysis, you’ll develop the skills to improve process efficiency and resource utilization within and across companies.

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Diverse, expert faculty

With professional backgrounds in operations management, supply chain management, and engineering, our faculty pursue research in areas such as artificial intelligence, technological integration, and service operations in supply chain management.

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Broaden your career prospects

Choose a minor in the School of Business that aligns with your goals, expands your expertise, and can help you stand out in the job market.

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Quality accreditation

Our School of Business is AACSB-accredited. This mark of distinction is achieved by fewer than 5% of all business schools in the world.

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Looking ahead to graduate school?

Our Accelerated Graduate Pathway to the MaineMBA can save you time and money in earning your Master of Business Administration.

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Scholarship opportunities

Scholarships offer valuable financial aid that doesn’t need to be repaid. You’ll be automatically considered for Merit Scholarships when you apply for admission by the deadline. Additional opportunities are available.

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Campus resources

The Maine Center for Business and Economic Research, Maine Small Business Development Center, and Center for Entrepreneurship can help expand business, management, and entrepreneurial acumen.

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Online student support

Maintain a flexible schedule while earning your degree. Our online students receive the same superior support as those who study on campus, including one-on-one career advising, video meetings with tutors and writing assistants, and technology assistance.

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Welcoming adult learners

We understand the demands of completing your degree while maintaining your work schedule and life responsibilities. Here, you'll find flexibility and personal support to achieve your academic and professional goals.

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Next steps

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