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Unformatted text preview: MGMT 36100: Operations Management Spring 2011 Lecture (Section 1) T & TH 9:00 10:15 KRAN G020 Lecture (Section 3) T & TH 12:00 1:15 KRAN G020 Resources: Instructor: Dr. Julia A. Kalish firstname.lastname@example.org Krannert 534 Office Hours: T & TH 10:15 11:50 Phone: 496 8271 Coordinator : Dr. Suresh Chand (email@example.com) Text : A custom book (published by McGraw Hill) will be used as the textbook. Title: Operations Management. A hard copy (is generally available in the local bookstores or directly from McGraw Hill) http://www.mhprofessional.com/mhhe_product.php?isbn=0077463773&cat=108 Most of the examples to be used in the class are presented in the supplementary notes at the end of the textbook. Latest course information : Announcements, HW assignments, additional notes, etc will be posted on the following website. http://katalyst.mgmt.purdue.edu/ Students are responsible to get information from the web site in a timely manner. Facebook : Operations Management (MGMT 361) Instructors and office hours: Name / E-mail Office /Phone Office hours Dr. Julia Kalish firstname.lastname@example.org KRAN 534 496 8271 T & TH 10:15 11:50 Dr. Qiaohai Hu email@example.com KRAN 541 494 4397 TH 1 2 Jen Chen JayChen@purdue.edu KRAN 446 494 2248 M 1:30 2:45 Hung Tuan Do firstname.lastname@example.org KRAN 454 496 2597 W 9:45 - 11:00 ** Dr. Suresh Chand email@example.com KRAN 536 494 4530 By appointment only The office hours indicated above are for all students, i.e. a student from any division can meet any instructor during office hours listed above. In addition, individual instructors will announce other times when they will be available to their own students. ** Indicates course coordinator. Kalish - Syllabus Mgmt 361 Spring 2011 - Revised 1 Adaptive Programs Statement: Students with disabilities must be registered with Adaptive Programs in the Office of the Dean of Students before classroom accommodations can be provided. If you are eligible for academic accommodations because you have a documented disability that will impact your work in this class, please schedule an appointment with me as soon as possible to discuss your needs. Emergency Statement: In the event of a major campus emergency, course requirements, deadlines and grading percentages are subject to changes that may be necessitated by a revised semester calendar or other circumstances. Here are ways to get information about changes in this course: Katalyst web page or by contacting your instructor. Expectations: Prerequisites : STAT 225 Course objectives : To provide a working knowledge of the vocabulary of O.M. To help students develop an ability to design, improve and/or manage processes using the following type of analysis....
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