COURSE OUTLINE Semester 1 - 2010 11

COURSE OUTLINE Semester 1 - 2010 11 -...

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SEMESTER  1 – 2010/11 PROGRAMME : DEGREE LEVEL STAGE/YEAR: UPPER DIVISION/3 RD   MODULE TITLE : DECISION SCIENCE   MODULE CODE : MAN 3020 PREREQUISITES : INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS CALCULUS,  OR STATISTICS MODULE DESCRIPTION : This course allows students to formulate mathematical and statistical models  of data and to use computer software models to generate optimal solutions  that can guide business decisions. CREDIT VALUE : THREE (3) GENERAL OBJECTIVES 1. Apply quantitative analysis techniques to business problems; 2. Make decisions for business controls by establishing criteria, alternatives and  the appropriate models: ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES 1. Two (2) individual assignments  30%   Mini-test #1           = 15% (Sequence 1)    Mini-test #2              = 15%   
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Adam during the Three '11 term at University of Technology, Sydney.

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