Students prepare for managerial, supervisory and staff positions in all types of manufacturing and service organizations. Typical positions include inventory controller, methods analyst, systems analyst, quality control analyst, production planner, production supervisor, service coordinator, and consultant.
Graduates of Loyola's operations management program have pursued careers in a variety of positions and businesses. Some of the companies that have hired recent operations management graduates include:
Mack and Parker, Inc.
Prime Devices Corp
- Career Infonet
- Illinois Job Outlook in Brief (IDES)
- US Dept. of Labor Career Guide to Industries, Overview and Outlook
- US Dept. of Labor Current Employment Statistics Highlights
- US Dept. of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH)
Business Career Services
In support of Loyola's Jesuit tradition of educating the whole person and the mission of the Quinlan School of Business to develop values-based leaders, we foster the career development process through comprehensive career services and resources. Current Business students and business alumni are welcome to utilize services and resources offered by Business Career Services.