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Page of 1 Durham College Course Outline - OPER 1200 - 2016-2017 14 Corequisite: N/A Semester Year 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Course Code: 42 Course Hours: OPER 1250, OPER 1280 Course Equiv. Code(s): Laptop Course: Delivery Mode(s): 1200 OPER Prerequisite: N/A School of Bus, IT & Management Operations Management I 2016-17 Academic Year Marianne Marando Authorized by (Dean or Director): August 2016 Date: Program BITM-Business Administration-Accounting Advanced Diploma BITM-Business Administration-Human Resources Advanced Diploma BITM-Business Administration-Marketing Advanced Diploma BITM-Business Administration - Supply Chain and Operations Management Advanced Diploma BITM-Business Fundamentals Certificate BITM-Business-Accounting Diploma BITM-Business-Accounting Diploma-Transfer to UOIT Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) BITM-Business-Entrepreneurship and Small Business Diploma BITM-Business-Entrepreneurship and Small Business Diploma (compressed) BITM-Business-Human Resources Diploma BITM-Business-Human Resources Diploma-Transfer to UOIT Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) BITM-Business-Marketing Diploma BITM-Business-Operations Diploma BITM-Accounting and Payroll Diploma Yes No In class Online Hybrid X X 3 Course GPA Weighting:
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Page of 2 Durham College Course Outline - OPER 1200 - 2016-2017 14 Prepared by Jackie Dave Paul Howard Shemko Fletcher Gallagher Umrah [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] First Name Last Name Email
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Page of 3 Durham College Course Outline - OPER 1200 - 2016-2017 14 Subject Eligibility for Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR): Course Description: This course introduces students to the role of Operations Managers in any business – service provider or manufacturer – and begins to explore the wide range of contributions that these people make to the organization. Operations managers are involved in helping manage resources effectively so that the organization can, in an efficient and competitive way, supply products and/or services that meet the needs of its customers. By the end of the course, students will have developed an awareness of some of the activities and decisions that Operations Managers are involved with as they strive to continuously improve all aspects of the way the organization designs, produces, and delivers the products or services that its customers demand. Careers in Operations Management are challenging, rewarding, and diverse, and an important goal of the course is to help students build an awareness of the variety of career paths open to someone with an Operations Management background. Students will be able to identify common Operations Management-related positions in an organization and begin to identify the skills and abilities that are commonly required to be successful in this field. Students will begin to assess whether Operations Management is a good “fit” for their own interests and career goals.
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