SCM-302-04_Fall_2016_Syllabus - University of North...

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L University of North Carolina at Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management SCM-302 Fall 2016, Section 04/04D OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Syllabus Created By Date Karen Pentz August 4, 2016 Version 01 Net Change: Updated text reference as the decision was made to move to the 12 th Edition in Fall 2016 and updated Course Assignment section. Table of Contents 1.0 General Information .............................................................................................................. 2 2.0 Bryan School of Business Mission & Links to Course Objectives ....................................... 10 3.0 Course Schedule ................................................................................................................ 11 4.0 Biographical Sketch Of Faculty Member ............................................................................ 13 5.0 Course Governance and Expectations ............................................................................... 14 6.0 Summary of Module steps to be successful in SCM302 On-Line ....................................... 15
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1.0 General Information START Date: August 22, 2016 PLACE AND TIME: This is an on-line blended learning course. There are no regularly scheduled face-to-face class sessions. The blended learning approach incorporates standard e-learning with added WebEx Virtual Meeting sessions on a regular weekly schedule. WebEx Sessions will be recorded. This will provide access for students unable to participate in live sessions. WebEx sessions will be used to present / clarify course concepts and allow opportunity for sharing and dialogue between the Professor and Participants. Participation either in-person or through recordings is strongly encouraged. The professor can be contacted by e-mail and will be available for phone or WebEx meetings as required. These will be set up by eMail at mutually convenient times. FACULTY MEMBER: Dr. Karen Pentz E-Mail: [email protected] Cell: 989-430-1741 Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Virtual Office hours by appointment REQUIRED COURSE MATERIALS: The following text and on-line resources are required for this course: Required Textbook is Operations Management (12th edition) by Heizer and Render. You have several options for acquiring the text: o Purchasing a package of the 12 th Edition of the text with MyOMLab access from the UNCG Bookstore o Purchasing the e-text with MyOMLab access from the bookstore or direct from Pearson o Purchasing a text from some other source, and purchasing MyOMLab access direct from Pearson o Purchasing the e-text with MyOMLab, with the option of later acquiring a loose- leaf version (which might be bought back) MyOMLab is required. You can buy it early and use the password code to access it no later than the first two days of classes! This will allow you to do your online homework assignments and the quizzes. We have a very good deal with the publisher to buy the package in the bookstore! But, if you already have an inexpensive copy of the text, simply purchase MyOMLab. You may access the e-text and the MyOMLab on a trial basis for 17 days. You could then determine if the e-version will work for it; it is less expensive.
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