MG450 Operations Management (3 cr.)
This course provides an analytical systems viewpoint for management decision making and problem solving in a production operations setting. Included is an introduction to quality, process design, facility planning and location, scheduling, and materials planning. This course also reviews problem-solving methodologies that apply a systematic approach to problem identification and resolution within a system.
Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be able to do the following:
- Identify the various types of production operations environments.
- Examine operations management from a systems perspective.
- Describe the methods of effective problem solving for managing various productions operations processes.
- Evaluate the dynamics of quality control required for successful operations management.
- Analyze the various constraints and strategies that might be implemented to meet operational capacity requirements.
- Develop a systematic and integrated operations management plan.
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