|Program Structure | Requirements |Curriculum Structure | Duration & Timing | Schedule | Courses|
Management Information System
OM 551: Quantitative Methods (3 credit hours)
Basic quantitative techniques used in the analysis of business decision problems are introduced. Techniques covered include descriptive and inferential statistics, linear rogramming, decision trees, queuing theory and simulations.
OM 552: Operations Management (3 credit hours)
Emphasizes quality management in the planning and control of an operating system. Includes matching operating decisions to the firm’s strategy; design of operations control systems; unique operations considerations in the services; the design, selection and improvement of processes; capacity planning; productivity competitiveness; quality management and assurance; forecasting, plant layout; project management; management of inventories; and flexible manufacturing system.
OM 562: Supply Chain Management (2 credit hours)
Provides managerial concepts in supply chain management. The major issues and strategies in supply chain will be identified for better understanding of performance. The major content of the course is divided into three modules: supply chain integration, supply chain decisions, and supply chain management and control. A variety of instructional tools including lectures, case discussions, and group projects and presentations are employed.