1 | P a g e MAN 3506 - 002 CRN: 12391 Operations Management Fall 2016 Tues/Thurs 9:30am to 10:50am BU 308 Professor Information Name:Jonathan Sweet, M.B.A., M.Ed. Office Location:Fleming Hall (FL 341A) Email:[email protected]Office Phone: 561-297-2707 Office Hours Office Hours (In person):Mondays: 10:00am to 12:00pm Office Hours (In person):Tuesday & Thursdays: 11:00am to 1pm; 2:00pm to 4:00pm Office Hours (Online):Anytime via email (response will be made within 24 hours or less) Required Text, Materials, & Competencies Text: Title:Customized Textbook for ALL Sections of Operations Management Author:William J. Stevenson ISBN:9781121894808 Publisher:McGraw-Hill Materials: A calculator with exponential (yx), factorial (x!) and square root capabilities. A well-functioning laptop or desktop computer A copy of Microsoft Office (Free for all FAU Students) oWe will be using Microsoft Excel to do a majority of the calculations oMicrosoft Office 365 is now available for free for all current FAU students while enrolled at FAU oFor more information visit . Competencies: Know how to use, navigate, and take exams & quizzes Blackboard 9 Platform If you do not know how to use Blackboard 9, please click on the Blackboard help link below & complete the tutorials in order to become comfortable using Blackboard: oCourse DescriptionAn introductory course in operations management. Covers basic operations concepts and techniques in services and manufacturing. Includes service and product design, process analysis, project management, quality, supply chain, capacity and inventory management. Ethics, international aspects and the interdisciplinary nature of operations management are highlighted where appropriate.
2 | P a g e Course Prerequisites, Credit Hours, and Class Time Commitments Course Prerequisites: MAN 3025 and QMB 3600 with grades of "C" or better Credit Hours: 3 credit hours Class Time Commitments: According to Florida State Statute 6A-10.033, students must spend a minimum 37.5 hours (2,250 minutes)of in class time (i.e. attending lecture, etc.) during a 3-credit course. Additionally, students enrolled in a 3-credit course are expected to spend a minimum of 75 hours (4,500 minutes)of out-of-class-time specifically working on course-related activities (i.e., reading assigned pieces, completing homework, preparing for exams and other class activities or duties as required. Course Learning Objectives1.Students will demonstrate knowledge of operations management in areas including product and service design, process selection and process design, service operations, quality management, and supply chain management. 2.Students will reinforce their learning of quantitative methods by applying mathematical and statistical techniques to address issues in project management, process analysis, statistical process control, and inventory management.