MSIS301-01A Operations Management (with Davood Golmohammadi)

MSIS301-01A Operations Management (with Davood Golmohammadi)

Introduces the student to the concepts and techniques used by organizations to support their fundamental task of producing goods and services. This course includes a balanced view of the manufacture of tangible goods and the production of less-tangible services. Topics covered include product and process strategy, quality management, production planning for manufacturing and for service organizations, and inventory management. The course also includes an examination of the interactions of operations management, quantitative decision making techniques, and information technology. Students use management science techniques and software to examine a wide variety of operations management problems.

Prerequisite(s): MSIS 110 and 111 (or approved substitutes), pre-req (or co-req) MATH 134, 135, 140, 141, 145 or 146 and a minimum of 60 credits. MGT students only.





Day(s) and Time(s):

May 26-Jul 9
MW: 6-9p


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Class Number:2592_Smr2020
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Important Dates
Session 1 classes start: May 26, 2020
Session 1 deadline for 100% refund: May 28, 2020
Session 1 deadline for 50% refund: June 2, 2020
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