Year One Curriculum

Fall Semester Spring Semester
231-704 Data to Decisions Core 3 236-723 Business Strategy Core 3
232-700 Financial Accounting Core 3 238-700 Operations Management Core 3
233-700 Intro to Financial Management Core 3 238-732 Economics for Managers Core 3
236-706 Leading and Working in Teams Core 2
OTM/Free Elective Elective 3
237-700 Marketing Management Core 3
OTM/Free Elective Elective  3
232-710 Managerial Accounting 3



Semester Credits 17
Semester Credits 15

Year Two Curriculum

Fall Semester Spring Semester
231-710 Ethics, Society and Integrity Core 1 238-765 Supply Chain Analytics
3
238-758 Managing Tech. & Org. Change
3
OTM/Free Elective Elective 3
238-751 Service Operations Management 3
OTM/Free Elective  Elective 3

OTM/Free Elective Elective 3



OTM/Free Elective Elective 3



OTM/Free Elective Elective 3



Semester Credits 16
Semester Credits 9
Total Credits: 57

OTM ELECTIVES: Students must choose four OTM Electives from the two Fall/Spring semester lists below, of which at least one must be an OTM or OTM cross-listed course.  They must also choose three Free Electives (see list of recommended electives below).  The elective courses can be taken any of the last three semesters.

OTM Electives, Fall Semester, Second Year:

*These courses qualify for the Certificate in Business, Environment and Social Responsibility (http://bus.wisc.edu/mba/academics/certificate-programs/sustainability)
# These courses qualify for the Certificate in Entrepreneurship (http://bus.wisc.edu/mba/academics/certificate-programs/entrepreneurship)
@These courses qualify for the Certificate in Strategic Innovation (http://bus.wisc.edu/mba/academics/certificate-programs/strategic-innovation)

OTM Electives, Spring Semester, First or Second Year:

*These courses qualify for the Certificate in Business, Environment and Social Responsibility (see http://www.bus.wisc.edu/sustainability/graduate-certificate)
# These courses qualify for the Certificate in Entrepreneurship (see http://www.bus.wisc.edu/mhr/certificate/)
@These courses qualify for the Certificate in Strategic Innovation (see http://www.bus.wisc.edu/mhr/certificate/)

**The syllabus for this course will be available shortly

RECOMMENDED FREE ELECTIVES:

Choose three or more; can be taken any of the last three semesters

Recommended free electives (besides the OTM electives listed above):

*These courses qualify for the Certificate in Business, Environment and Social Responsibility (see http://www.bus.wisc.edu/sustainability/graduate-certificate)
# These courses qualify for the Certificate in Entrepreneurship (see http://www.bus.wisc.edu/mhr/certificate/)
@These courses qualify for the Certificate in Strategic Innovation (see http://www.bus.wisc.edu/mhr/certificate/)

**The syllabus for this course will be available shortly


TRACKS WITHIN OTM

Tracks are informal course plans inside the OTM degree.  Students are encouraged to choose one of the focused tracks, but may also – in consultation with adviser – pick elective courses across tracks.  Examples of course plans are provided below. The first four courses in each track are drawn from the OTM Electives list, while the remaining three courses (after the +) are OTM and/or Free Electives.

 

Healthcare Management Track

For those who want to work in the healthcare industry, e.g., as consultants to provider organizations.  

OTM 765                             Healthcare Operations Management (Spring)

PHS/ISyE 875                      Assessment of Medical Technologies (Spring)

ISyE 515                             Engineering Management of Continuous Process Improvement (Fall)

ISyE 617                             Health Information Systems (Spring)

+

PHS 785                              Health Systems, Management and Policy (Spring)

ACCT 771                            Strategic Cost Management and Performance Measurement (Spring)

ISyE/OTM 671                      E-Business: Technologies, Strategies and Applications # @ (Fall)

 

Entrepreneurial Management Track

For students nurturing entrepreneurial ambitions.

MHR 722                              Entrepreneurial Management # @ (Fall or Spring)

MHR 738                              Weinert Applied Ventures in Entrepreneurship (WAVE) Practicum # (Spring)

MHR 741                              Technology Entrepreneurship # (Spring)

ISyE/OTM 671                       E-Business: Technologies, Strategies and Applications # @ (Fall)

+

MKT 737                               Developing Breakthrough New Products: A Practicum # @ (Spring)

MHR 728                              Bargaining, Negotiation, Dispute Settlement * (Fall and Spring)

FIN 757                                Entrepreneurial Finance # (Spring)

 

Technology Product Management Track

For those seeking roles as product managers in the IT industry (previous background in IT recommended).

ISyE/OTM 671                      E-Business: Technologies, Strategies and Applications # @ (Fall)

INFO SYS 765                       Information Security (Fall)

MHR 715                              Strategic Management of Innovation # @ (Spring)

FIN 726                                Valuation and Corporate Investment Decisions (Spring)

+

MKT 737                              Developing Breakthrough New Products: A Practicum # @ (Spring)

MKT 765                              Marketing Strategy (Spring)

INFO SYS 724                       Analysis and Design of Computer-Based Systems (Spring)

                                           [or OTM 765 Database Concepts for Operations Management (Fall)]

 

Production Systems Management Track

For students seeking to work with production systems management, incl. supplier development.

OTM 654                               Production Planning and Control (Spring)  

OTM 765 or OTM 710             Supply Chain Analytics (Spring) [or OTM 710 Operations Research I (Fall)]

MKT 727                               Enterprise Systems and Supply Chain Management (Spring)

ISyE 641                               Design and Analysis of Manufacturing Systems (Spring)

+

OTM 770                               Sustainable Approaches to System Improvement * (Fall and Spring)

MKT/OTM 722                        Logistics Management (Fall)

MHR 765                               Sustainable Enterprise Management * (Spring)