Section 4 Syllabus 5 00 PM to 6 20 PM Final
MANUFACTURING PLANNING AND CONTROL – Section 4
SPRING SEMESTER 2015
Professor Sriram (Sri) Narayanan – Call me Dr. Sri.
N357 Business College Complex (BCC)
Tuesday 3.00 PM – 5.00 PM and by appointment
Replacement office hours will be announced in class if there are any cancellations email@example.com
Course Times and Place:
Tuesday and Thursday 5:00 PM - 6:20 PM (N124 BCC)
Assigned readings, cases and PowerPoint presentation slides are available on the course Desire2Learn website.
Operations Management, an Integrated Text, fourth edition by R.
Dan Reid and Nada R. Sanders.
There is no required text for the course. You could buy used copies of the text from www.Amazon.com or any other site if you like. Also, copies of the fourth edition of the text book are placed on reserve in the Business library for your convenience.
Develop foundational knowledge of quantitative tools and techniques used by supply chain professionals in managing operations.
2. Apply some of the tools you learnt in real-life situations. In applying the knowledge gained in class to real-life situations, the students will develop the skills to understand how textbook knowledge can be adapted to a real-life environment.
3. Synthesize the knowledge gained of production/operations systems to articulate trade-offs among the various operating elements in making real-life decisions.
The prerequisites for this course are SCM 303 and MKT 317, or SCM 303 and STT 351. It is assumed that each student is familiar with operating EXCEL. PLEASE BRING CALCULATORS
EVERYTIME YOU ATTEND CLASS. We will be working on in-class problems. This class requires significant degree of group work and I would urge you to please make time correspondingly. You should be willing to work in groups. Your teams will be assigned randomly by the