Course Information: Operations Management  (50597)

This course focuses on the issues and techniques relevant to the management of the operations function within an organization, emphasizing its strategic significance. Operations Management is an introductory level course designed to expose students to the dynamic forces, which are responsible for shaping the business environment. The subject matter represents a blend of concepts from industrial engineering, cost accounting, general management, quantitative methods, and statistics. Students will learn about operations activities such as forecasting, scheduling, product and design service, capacity planning and project management to name a few. As with many core courses in business, the foundation of this course relies on teaching students sound decision-making skills. Prerequisites: ACCT 2102, MATH 2181 (formerly QUAN 2181), BUSA 2182 (formerly QUAN 2182), and MGNT 3165

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Pre-Requisite:   (( BUSA 2182 with minimum grade: D )
AND ( MGNT 3165 with minimum grade: D ))
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