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ISDS 3115 Introduction to Operations Management - Syllabus Spring 2018 Section 3 (online except exams) Section 4 (1:30-2:50 T TH 16 Lockett) Instructor: Carolyn Borne Office: 2206 BEC Email: [email protected] Office hours: 12:00-1:20 T&Th or by appointment * ALL students are responsible for abiding by ALL rules and policies stated on this syllabus. * Print it, read it carefully, and refer to it throughout the semester! * Students from both sections may attend the classroom section if space permits. * Class attendance is not required. The same materials will be available on Moodle for the online and classroom sections. Prerequisite: ISDS 2001 Course Objective: To familiarize the student with the general problems and concepts of operations management in production and service industries; how these concepts relate to one another and to the other functional areas of an organization. To enable the student to appropriately and correctly use basic quantitative techniques and interpret their managerial consequences. To emphasize the importance of operations management in entrepreneurship by recognizing, evaluating, and exploiting opportunities for potential new value creation for businesses. REQUIRED Access Code and Text: 1. my om lab™ A ccess Code (each student must purchase) Online myomlab course material and textbook can be purchased online or in the book store. Each student must purchase a my om lab™ code and REGISTER it to participate in class immediately. Please read and follow the instructions posted on Moodle General Info How to buy and register myomlab 2. Electronic and/or Printed textbook (used printed copies are fine) Every student needs access to the text. a. Electronic textbook- my om lab™ is an online homework, tutorial, and assessment system that accompanies your Pearson Education textbook. my om lab™ includes the access to the electronic textbook if you select the option . b. P rinted textbook - Heizer/Render: Operations Management, 12e, also available in different forms at the beginning of the semester or later. Please read the details posted on Moodle General Info Options to buy myomlab and textbook ISDS 3115 Assignment and Exam Policies CAE testing policy states that you must schedule your exam PRIOR to the testing window opening to be guaranteed a testing spot. Students are responsible for reading and following ALL CAE testing policies.
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