Operations Management

Course Description:  A study of the theories and concepts related to the process of transforming inputs (material, time, resources) into outputs (goods, services, information). Topics include forecasting techniques, process selection, capacity planning, plant design and layout, quality control, inventory management, just-in-time operations, and queuing theory. Prerequisites: BA 321, BA/M 300 (May take BA/M300 simultaneously with permission of the instructor.)

Instructional materials available on: http://sakai.lampschools.org/portal

Required Textbook:

Stevenson, W.  J. (2009.) Operations management.  (10th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin. ISBN: 0073377848

Textbook website: www.mhhe.com/stevenson10e