San Francisco State University Stewart Liu 1 DS 412 –Operations Management Fall 2019 Instructor:Stewart Liu Class Time: Section 12: Tu/Th 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. MyOMLab ID: liu51945 (myomlab.com) Classroom:BUS 217 Office Hours:Tuesday 2:50 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. Office:BUS 311 e-mail:[email protected]Course Description and Learning Outcome: The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to thetypical problems and topics associated with the management of manufacturing andservice operations; the proper analysis of those problems; and their practical implications. The student should be able to: A. Understand and apply the basic concepts of operations management to practical situations. B. Use relevant quantitative techniques to analyze and solve operations management problems as follows: 1) Recognize and justify the appropriate technique to apply. 2) Execute the appropriate calculations competently. 3) Interpret the result, considering whether it makes sense, and then communicate appropriate recommendations as appropriate to the business context. C. Employ appropriate computer software to obtain solutions to operations management problems. Students must earn a C- or higher in DS 412 in order to satisfy College of Business prerequisite and core requirements for an undergraduate degree in Business Administration. Students must satisfy allprerequisites in order to take DS 412. This course will require knowledge of algebra, probability and statitics. Course Policies •It is your responsibility to notify me of problems with due dates or other aspects of the course ASAP. You must take your final exam on the day scheduled for your section. No makeup or early exams will be given. •If you miss class, it is your responsibility to find out what material was covered and what announcements were made.