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Operations Management

Course Number: 10102168
Credits: 3.00

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Course Description

10-102-168 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT ...the process of evaluating alternative courses of action to given problems and arriving at the most suitable plan. Entails thorough analysis of the pros and cons of every alternative solution. Explore features of production/service systems to include aggregate planning, forecasting techniques, scheduling, MRP and ERP, and inventory management systems. An operational simulation will apply the learnings.

Course Typically Offered

  • Fall
  • Spring

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Course Competencies

  1. Examine topics in Operations Management.
  2. Explore operational strategies and techniques to remain competitive in a global world.
  3. Explore the integration of planning throughout a company.
  4. Examine the strategic importance of product and service design.
  5. Explain the strategic importance of process design.
  6. Determine strategies to plan for uneven demand.
  7. Compare inventory management methods to select the ideal method in a given scenario.
  8. Describe challenges in creating an effective supply chain.
  9. Demonstrate operational decision making in real life scenarios.