An introduction to operations management in manufacturing and service industries. Emphasis on learning the basic principles, using MS EXCEL, required to organize and manage service and manufacturing organizations. Topics may include improved facility layout, project management, supply-chain management, Just-in-Time systems, inventory management, scheduling, and work force management. Discussions of real world applications frequently used to demonstrate concepts.
This course introduces fundamental concepts and computations for statistical analysis of business data and real-world problems with an emphasis on understanding and interpreting statistical information, and using it to form sound judgments in business situations. The course covers basic descriptive statistical methods, sampling methodology, how to draw inferences from samples to larger populations and how to make predictions based upon historical relationships between variables. Theoretical background in descriptive and inferential statistical methods will be used support knowledge of the appropriate statistical test to perform in a given situation. The statistical methods that are covered in the course equip the student with the analytic reasoning and quantitative arguments that applies to all areas of business and management.
This course introduces fundamental concepts and computations for statistical analysis of business data and real-world problems with an emphasis on understanding and interpreting statistical information, and using it to form sound judgments in business situations. The course covers basic descriptive statistical methods, sampling methodology, how to draw inferences from samples to larger populations and how to make predictions based upon historical relationships between variables. Theoretical background in descriptive and inferential statistical methods will be used support knowledge of the appropriate statistical test to perform in a given situation. The statistical methods that are covered in the course equip the student with the analytic reasoning and quantitative arguments that applies to all areas of business and management.
This course introduces fundamental concepts and computations for statistical analysis of business data and real-world problems with an emphasis on understanding and interpreting statistical information, and using it to form sound judgments in business situations. The course covers basic descriptive statistical methods, sampling methodology, how to draw inferences from samples to larger populations and how to make predictions based upon historical relationships between variables. Theoretical background in descriptive and inferential statistical methods will be used support knowledge of the appropriate statistical test to perform in a given situation. The statistical methods that are covered in the course equip the student with the analytic reasoning and quantitative arguments that applies to all areas of business and management.
This course introduces fundamental concepts and computations for statistical analysis of business data and real-world problems with an emphasis on understanding and interpreting statistical information, and using it to form sound judgments in business situations. The course covers basic descriptive statistical methods, sampling methodology, how to draw inferences from samples to larger populations and how to make predictions based upon historical relationships between variables. Theoretical background in descriptive and inferential statistical methods will be used support knowledge of the appropriate statistical test to perform in a given situation. The statistical methods that are covered in the course equip the student with the analytic reasoning and quantitative arguments that applies to all areas of business and management.
This course introduces fundamental concepts and computations for statistical analysis of business data and real-world problems with an emphasis on understanding and interpreting statistical information, and using it to form sound judgments in business situations. The course covers basic descriptive statistical methods, sampling methodology, how to draw inferences from samples to larger populations and how to make predictions based upon historical relationships between variables. Theoretical background in descriptive and inferential statistical methods will be used support knowledge of the appropriate statistical test to perform in a given situation. The statistical methods that are covered in the course equip the student with the analytic reasoning and quantitative arguments that applies to all areas of business and management.
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An introduction to operations management in manufacturing and service industries. Emphasis on learning the basic principles, using MS EXCEL, required to organize and manage service and manufacturing organizations. Topics may include improved facility layout, project management, supply-chain management, Just-in-Time systems, inventory management, scheduling, and work force management. Discussions of real world applications frequently used to demonstrate concepts.