The Systems Approach to Problem Solving

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "The Systems Approach to Problem Solving"

Transcription

1 The Systems Approach to Problem Solving I. Introduction This course introduces the methodology systems engineers use to solve problems. You will learn about many concepts and tools that systems engineers use on a daily basis to solve problems. This course will also focus on developing your skills in technical writing and group work as a foundation for future courses. Additionally, you will be introduced to speakers from the Systems Engineering faculty and from industry who will show you how they use systems methodology across a broad range of disciplines. II. Course Objectives This course will introduce students to: A sampling of different systems engineering concentrations The underlying methodology of systems engineering The basic analysis tools of a systems engineer. The methodology of writing engineering (technical) papers as preparation for later course work Small-group work situations The use of systems engineering computer software Case-based learning experiences A hands-on design project By the end of this course, you should have a basic understanding of systems engineering. You will also have a general understanding of the following tools, processes, and industries: TOOLS INDUSTRIES 1. Project Management 1. Telecommunications 2. Queuing 2. Manufacturing 3. System Optimization 3. Service Processes 4. System Integration 4. Transportation systems 5. Environmental systems III. Course Materials There is no textbook for this class. There are, however, handouts including homework assignments, case problems, and lecture readings. All materials will be distributed in class. IV. Grading 1) Five graded group homework assignments 40% 2) Midterm Exam 15% 3) Final Exam 15% 4) Oral Presentation 10% 5) Robotics Project 10% 6) Class Participation* 10% *This class has deliberately been kept small because class participation is vital to both the class's success and your learning. Therefore, consistent attendance is vital and active participation is key. Consequently, a significant portion of your grade will be tied to your participation. V. Written Homeworks 1

2 One of the goals of this class is to prepare you for the technical writing assignments you will soon encounter in your engineering courses and will continue to see throughout your engineering career. There are five written assignments which you must complete with a group of two or three other students. Partners will be assigned for some of these assignments, but for others you may choose your own partners. Papers will be limited to a maximum of two typed pages at 11 point font with 1 inch margins. This stringent limitation is meant to teach you how to present a substantial amount of information in a concise and well organized paper. Each group will be required to meet with the TA to discuss and defend two of the four papers. (The papers to be discussed will be selected by the professor). The TA will discuss both the writing style, and the content of the papers. These discussions will be considered part of your grade for this course. More information on these written homeworks will be given as the semester progresses. VI. Robotics Project You will work with a partner to define the requirements for a robotic system. Then you will design and build the system and demonstrate it to your instructors. Your system will be required to interact properly with the robotic systems of other teams. The robotics project embodies the essence of systems engineering. You will learn what it means to integrate the pieces of a system to produce an effective whole. VII. Tutorial Presentation You will be required to make a 15 minute in-class team presentation. You must research one of the tools or topics discussed in class or an application of the tools and make an informative tutorial presentation. This presentation should focus on teaching something beyond what you have learned in class that other students will be interested in. You should bring materials to distribute to your classmates that will aid in your presentation, but you will not have to turn in a written report. You will be responsible for answering in depth questions about your topic and will be graded on both content and presentation. 2

3 TOPIC I: PROJECT MANAGEMENT Class #1 "Course Introduction" Bulkpack: Introduction to Project Management Look at Assignment #1 (airplane problem, not graded) SYS 140 Course Plan Introduction to Project Management You will be immediately engaged in the systems problem of designing an airplane, and asked to develop questions that you would consider at the beginning of the planning process. The instructor will guide you in asking appropriate questions for the problem at hand. You will then take your questions home and complete Assignment #1 found in your assignment pack. Class #2 Turn in completed Assignment #1 (airplane problem, not to be graded) Bulkpack: Sample Gantt Chart What Determines the Schedule? Bring your completed assignment #1. The class will begin by the professor bringing together the work of the individual groups. The important issues (questions?) will be listed on the board. The rest of the time will be devoted to setting up a time line for the tasks the students have identified as a class. The class will then put together a master project schedule. "Computer Assistance, using Microsoft Project" Bulkpack: Tips for Microsoft Project, Project Planning Computer assistance - Microsoft Project The beginning of this class is devoted to showing how the parts of a project can be organized with a computer program such as Microsoft Project. The last part of the class should be devoted to distribution and explanation of Homework Assignment #2, followed by initial work on the assignment in the same groups as for assignment #1. For Assignment #2, you should formulate proper questions and a proper project methodology for building a house. You should present your plan in a Microsoft Project Gantt chart with a clear critical path. Look at Assignment #2 (build a house) The groups will write a 2 page paper (plus Gantt chart), due in one week. In the report, take the role of the contractor. You should explain to your sponsor and workers how they will build the house. You should justify/support your plan. CLASS TOPIC II: SYSTEMS METHODOLOGY Class #3 "Introduction to Systems Engineering" Bulkpack: Outline of discussion Process for Systems Engineering; Definitions of Systems Engineering; Suggested Courses for Application Foci "The Role of Systems Engineering" Introduction to Systems Engineering Each student must develop and articulate his/her own expression of the meaning of Systems Engineering. A systems engineer examines an entire system holistically rather than in independent pieces. Before any questions can be answered, the right questions must be asked. We will discuss a car analogy to bridge many engineering fields. We will discuss a human analogy to show that systems engineering looks at a holistic system, not individual pieces. Systems exist in every environment: environmental, telecommunications, manufacturing, service, etc. The Role of Systems Engineering Examples of systems or processes that have gone wrong will be introduced to teach you the mistakes that are made when the up-front questions are neglected or poorly designed. Together, we will distinguish the terms Science, 3

4 Mathematics, Engineering (and design), System, Systems Engineering, and Systems Analysis, and Scientific Method. We will show a methodology map that is presented during Systems 490 so that you understand the modeling principles underlying the projects that you may soon work on. Class #4 Design - The System as it Should Be Dr. Zandi handout Guest Lecture by Prof. Iraj Zandi Building a House problem is due (Assignment #2, graded) Students choose partner for Robotics Project (2 people per team) Guest Lecture by Prof. Iraj Zandi Prof. Zandi s lecture should teach you that systems engineering involves a methodology. Namely, you will learn to describe a system as-is, as it should be, and as it will be. In order to achieve the system as it should be, you must first figure out what questions have to be asked and what interactions exist among the different variables of a system. Understand that a question must be defined before it can be answered. CLASS TOPIC III: SYSTEM INTEGRATION: The ROBOTICS PROJECT Class #5 The Robotics Project Bulkpack: Robotics project description and FAQ s Tutorial robot to be constructed by each student or with partners within one week; not to be submitted Team Project Work Plan and Schedule due in 1 week The Robotics Project We will describe the project and the integration process and discuss the tentative project schedule and form the project teams. It is imperative that you coordinate and plan effectively among your team members. Much of the work must be done outside of class time. Both the process and the finished project will be graded. Visit the laboratory (127 Towne) and receive the robotic kits (LEGO Mindstorm). Class #6 Guest speaker (in the classroom) Prof. Wen Shieh The purpose of the guest speaker is to acquaint students with the faculty member and with the application area that he represents. Class #7 Work on projects in the laboratory (127 Towne) Turn in written Team Project Work Plan and Schedule Students should test untried design concepts soon Class #8 Guest speaker (in the classroom) Barry Silverman Begin to negotiate team interfaces (outside of class time) Written interface documents due Class #10 (not graded) The purpose of the guest speaker is to acquaint students with the faculty member and with the application area that he represents. Comment on Work Plans and Schedules, perhaps via . Class #9 Negotiate team interfaces in the laboratory (127 Towne) At the end of this class, each project team should have a clear understanding with its neighbor teams, in writing, about the way in which their robots will interact. They should specify dimensions, locations, orientations, weights, timing, etc. They must put their understanding in a single written document that is used by both interfacing teams. 4

5 Class #10 Work on projects in the laboratory (127 Towne) Written interface documents due. Three design concepts due, in writing. Instructor and teaching assistants help project teams with construction of their robots. We will discuss the potential need for redesign during debugging and integration stages. This is the most painless and least costly time to make changes. Class #11 Work on projects in the laboratory (127 Towne) Instructor and teaching assistants help project teams with redesign, construction, debugging, reconstruction, and fine-tuning of their robots. Students should continue to work on their robots outside of class. We will comment on weaknesses in interface documents and in design concepts, perhaps via . Class #12 Work on projects in the laboratory (127 Towne) Instructor and teaching assistants help project teams with redesign, construction, debugging, reconstruction, and fine-tuning of their robots. Class #13 Demonstration of integrated system operation in the laboratory (127 Towne) A formal team report on the robot project is due in Class #15; see instructions in bulkpack for report content and format. CLASS TOPIC IV: INTRODUCTION TO QUEUES Class #14 Building an Amusement Park Quantifying Randomness Bulkpack: Queuing, Queue Formulae Queuing case study: Building an Amusement Park Ride You will be assigned to design a service system an amusement park ride. In class, we will develop a set of questions related specifically to queuing analysis. You should avoid getting focused on profit and costs, which at this time are not central to the queue design. Your queue related questions can be used to explore queuing-system issues. For example, how often somebody comes into a park is pertinent to the arrival rate. How quickly the ride can pick up new people relates to the service rate. The number of people we can serve on a single ride pertains to the number of servers. Quantifying Randomness This class will make the leap from the questions developed in the previous class to the fundamental issues in queuing analysis. You will learn four fundamental properties of a general queue system: 1) Arrival Rate 2) Service Rate 3) Number of Servers 4) Queue Length and/or Waiting Time This class will teach the theoretical relationships inherent in queues. At the end of this class, you should be able to identify the features of the queues in any service system (bank, elevator, etc.) You should NOT yet be able to identify the TYPES of arrival or service distributions. Class #15 Team robotics reports due Random Number Distributions Bulkpack: Homework Assignments #3 (due Class #16) and #4 (due Class #17) Instructor assigns partners for Assignments #3, #4, and #5 5

6 Probability Distributions You should now understand the different features of a queue such as the arrival and service rate. This class should introduce the different types of arrival and service distributions. We will show data regarding people arriving at Wawa. The interarrival times should typify an exponential distribution. The number of arrivals vs time (in bins) should be Poisson. The timing of the process and its properties and underlying assumptions will be discussed. We will then show data for cars passing a traffic light. The number of cars passing in 5 seconds should be similar to a normal distribution. The service rate for cars at the intersection should be determined. Use the heights of class members to typify a normal distribution; birthdays in class to typify a uniform distribution. For homework, students should seek out one example of each of these three distributions prior to the next class. See assignment #3. Students should be ready to discuss and DEFEND why their process exhibits the assumed distribution. A two page paper should be submitted at the beginning of class #16 discussing their three findings. Presentation of data distributions The discussion of probability distributions should continue. You will write on the board your examples of each distribution. This class will be a discussion, based on underlying assumptions, of why each of the findings is or is not an example of the stated distribution. This class should prepare you to write their paper (Assignment #4) that is due at the beginning of Class #17. Class #16 Defending your Findings Assignment #3 is due (not graded) Models of queuing systems Bulkpack: Queuing Theory packet; EXTEND article; EXTEND libraries; EXTEND sample models; Explanation of model Application of queuing models This class will apply queuing principles and probability distributions for arrival and service via examples and Arena simulation. We will address Waiting Time, Service Time, Queue Length, Utilization, and Throughput. Also, the idea of manufacturing blocking vs. telecommunications blocking will be explained. At the end of the class, you should understand the fundamental concepts of queue parameters and performance measures. Queue parameters include arrival rate, service rate, and number of servers. The performance measures include queue length, average waiting time, and throughput. Class #17 Random number distributions paper is due (Assignment #4, graded) Applying Queuing Principles to Amusement Park design Handout: Assignment #5 (Design of telecommunications and manufacturing systems), due Class #19 This class should summarize the queue principles you have learned the past two weeks. It should show how to apply the summary queuing curves (in Queuing Theory packet) to specific problems. You should be able to relate your queuing knowledge to the questions you developed during discussion of amusement park ride design. You might also define the assumptions you would use to plan such a ride. Class #18 Design issues in telecommunications and manufacturing Bulkpack: Telecommunications and Manufacturing Class Examples Telecommunication system queues: We will present telecommunication entities including servers, bandwidth, and data packets, and show how to relate the queuing concepts they have learned to these systems. Queues in a manufacturing environment: Students will be introduced to inventory, throughput, bottlenecks, and utilization and will be able to model a 2-3 machine manufacturing system. You will discover the properties of a manufacturing system as well as measures of performance (e.g. manufacturing lead time). Class #19 Assignment #5 (Design of telecommunications and manufacturing systems) is due for a grade Bulkpack: Computer Assistance EXTEND; Assignment #6 (EXTEND simulation of Amusement Park Ride, due Class #22); Assignment #7 (Simulation of a telecommunication system, due at beginning of Class #23); EXTEND 6

7 usage; list of EXTEND commands Using EXTEND This class will explain how to use EXTEND to simulate queuing systems. A preworked example in EXTEND will be used in this class. EXTEND allows the manipulation of arrival and service rates in a fast and easy manner. Several examples of simple queues will be shown in which you will see the effects of different arrival/service rates on the performance measures such as Total Waiting Time. You will see a simple EXTEND model involving one input, one server, and one exit. Class #20 Midterm exam (in class) Topics include project management, systems methodology, probability distributions, and queuing analysis. Computer simulation is not included. Suggested format would be two cases: one analyzing a queuing system and one writing a project management list; then a short objective question on the topic of systems engineering methodology. Class #21 Guest speaker - Mark Wilson (Lucent Technologies) Assignment #6 should be discussed with TA by today Handout: Tutorial Presentation assignment, to be presented orally and in writing April 26; students choose partners, 3 per team, by April 10. The purpose of inviting this guest speaker is to show how the telecommunications industry views queuing design. Class #22 Modeling the Amusement Park Ride using EXTEND Spend the class looking at the EXTEND structures in use by groups in Assignments #6 and #7 and answering questions about how to model specific events that they are assuming in their designs. 7

8 Class #23 Assignment #6 due Guest speaker: Vukan Vuchic (urban transportation systems) Bulkpack: Regional Planning problem (Assignment #8, performed individually); read for Class #24, due Class #25 The purpose of hearing the guest speaker is to acquaint students with the faculty member and with the application area that he represents. CLASS TOPIC V: INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMIZATION Class #24 Two-page paper for Assignment #7 is due Optimization concepts Read Regional Planning problem (Assignment #8) before coming to class Mathematical modeling of optimization problems Bulkpack: Assignment #9 (optimization modeling, performed individually), due Class #26 Discuss the Oral Presentation teams and topics; you will specify your partners. We will then present the case study Regional Planning. You should have read this case prior to attending class. In class, the professor will guide you to generate a list of questions they must answer in order to solve the problem. These questions should lead to the concepts of objective functions and constraints. You should formulate mathematical expressions for the objective function and constraints for the Regional Planning problem before the next class. LP: Linear objective functions and linear inequality constraints The professor will let the class generate the objective function and constraints for the case example presented last class. Be sure to include nonnegativity constraints. Several example problems will then be presented to show how to organize information mathematically in these categories. A homework sheet with several more examples may be handed out for you to model individually by the succeeding class. No solution methodology has been taught at this point. At the end of class we will discuss how you would find the answer. How would you conceive the concept of an answer? What is the simplest Regional-Planning-like problem structure? Class #25 Guest speaker (in the classroom) Edward Morlok The purpose of hearing the guest speaker is to acquaint students with the faculty member and with the application area that he represents, Logistics and Manufacturing. Regional Planning model (Assignment #8) is due at the end of class, not graded Understanding computer solutions of optimization models Bulkpack: Assignment #10 (Controlling Air Pollution); model due April 19, computer solution due April 21 Instructor assigns partners for Assignments #10 and #11 The geometry of linear programming The professor will present a simple two-dimensional problem, interpreting it graphically, and solving it via LINPROG. Then the simple optimization problems (Assignment #9) will be examined with LINPROG. You should understand the meaning of feasibility, corner points, and optimality, and should be able to find the optimal values of the objective function and of the variables. You are not expected to understand the solution methodology; rather you are expected to understand how to: 1. Identify an objective function 2. Identify functional constraints 3. Correctly set up the model 4. Interpret the solution 5. Understand the real world implications of the model and solution Excel Solver For the rest of the class, we will go through and example of how to use Excel Solver to solve an LP problem, and apply it to Assignment #9. We will also discuss the objective function and constraint 8

9 functions for the Controlling Air Pollution problem (Assignment #10) and show how to use Solver to obtain and interpret a solution. Class #26 Sensitivity Analysis Assignment #9 (optimization modeling) is due (not graded) Assignment #10 due (Controlling Air Pollution, not graded) Bulkpack: Assignment #11 (Red Brand Canners), due Class #27 You should bring to class a model for the Air Pollution problem. The professor will answer questions regarding difficulties that you have experienced. Sensitivity to constraints The professor will then introduce the concept of sensitivity of solutions for a two-dimensional geometric example. We will use LINPROG to demonstrate the effect of loosening constraints a unit amount and compute the sensitivity; then we will show that the sensitivities (shadow prices) are given as part of the computer solution. We will also discuss a business/manufacturing interpretation of the two-dimensional problem. You should understand how changing the value of a constraint (particularly a binding constraint) affects the value of the objective function. Understanding accounting in manufacturing We will give an example (wooden spoon manufacture) to explain fixed and variable costs. What do we want to optimize? In the Red Brand Canners problem, each recommendation made by the executives is from a different point of view. Each view is too limited and ignores important information. WE will then assist the class with interpretation of the Red Brand Canner problem and clarify the meanings of the items of data in response to student questions. Class #27 Red Brand Canners paper is due at the beginning of class (Assignment #11, graded) Red Brand Canners discussion Summarize the Red Brand Canner sensitivity analysis The instructor will work the Red Brand Canners case for the class (after it is handed in) and describe the real world manufacturing systems that the Red Brand Canners case describes. This should lead into a class discussion about several manufacturing engineering implications. Student tutorial presentations Class #28 Student tutorial presentations Final Exam Includes optimization analysis and computer solution of queuing and optimization problems; it also might relate guest speaker topics and/or student tutorials to the modeling and analysis tools 9

PRECALCULUS WITH INTERNET-BASED PARALLEL REVIEW

PRECALCULUS WITH INTERNET-BASED PARALLEL REVIEW PRECALCULUS WITH INTERNET-BASED PARALLEL REVIEW Rafael MARTÍNEZ-PLANELL Daniel MCGEE Deborah MOORE Keith WAYLAND Yuri ROJAS University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez PO Box 9018, Mayagüez, PR 00681 e-mail:

More information

SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE COURSE OUTLINE

SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE COURSE OUTLINE MATH 098 CIC Approval: BOT APPROVAL: STATE APPROVAL: EFFECTIVE TERM: SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEGREE COURSE OUTLINE SECTION I SUBJECT AREA AND COURSE NUMBER: Mathematics

More information

COURSE SYLLABUS. ESE 544/444 Project Management

COURSE SYLLABUS. ESE 544/444 Project Management COURSE SYLLABUS ESE 544/444 Project Management Fall 2006 Department of Systems and Electrical Engineering University of Pennsylvania Class Time and Location: 6 September 6 December 2004 Wednesdays, 4:30

More information

An Investigation into Visualization and Verbalization Learning Preferences in the Online Environment

An Investigation into Visualization and Verbalization Learning Preferences in the Online Environment An Investigation into Visualization and Verbalization Learning Preferences in the Online Environment Dr. David Seiler, Assistant Professor, Department of Adult and Career Education, Valdosta State University,

More information

Governors State University College of Business and Public Administration. Course: STAT 361-03 Statistics for Management I (Online Course)

Governors State University College of Business and Public Administration. Course: STAT 361-03 Statistics for Management I (Online Course) Governors State University College of Business and Public Administration Course: STAT 361-03 Statistics for Management I (Online Course) Instructor: Kevin M. Riordan, M.A. Session: Fall Semester 2011 Prerequisite:

More information

Competitive Advantage from Operations

Competitive Advantage from Operations Competitive Advantage from Operations Course Syllabus OPMG-UB.0001 (C60.0001) (Fall 2014) DRAFT COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course serves as an introduction to Operations Management. The coverage of the discipline

More information

INFS5873 Business Analytics. Course Outline Semester 2, 2014

INFS5873 Business Analytics. Course Outline Semester 2, 2014 UNSW Australia Business School School of Information Systems, Technology and Management INFS5873 Business Analytics Course Outline Semester 2, 2014 Part A: Course-Specific Information Please consult Part

More information

Michael G. Foster School of Business University of Washington. MBA Core Managerial Finance BA 500 Fall 2015 Prof. Thomas Gilbert.

Michael G. Foster School of Business University of Washington. MBA Core Managerial Finance BA 500 Fall 2015 Prof. Thomas Gilbert. Michael G. Foster School of Business University of Washington MBA Core Managerial Finance BA 500 Fall 2015 Prof. Thomas Gilbert Syllabus Price is what you pay. Value is what you get. Warren Buffett This

More information

MASTER PROGRAM IN EVENT MANAGEMENT (One year) 1. Program Title Master in Business Administration with specialization in event management (One year)

MASTER PROGRAM IN EVENT MANAGEMENT (One year) 1. Program Title Master in Business Administration with specialization in event management (One year) MASTER PROGRAM IN EVENT MANAGEMENT (One year) 1. Program Title Master in Business Administration with specialization in event management (One year) 2. Program Aims and Objectives The education will help

More information

RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ACADEMIC COURSE OUTLINE MRKT-101 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ACADEMIC COURSE OUTLINE MRKT-101 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING I. Basic Course Information RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE ACADEMIC COURSE OUTLINE MRKT-101 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING A. Course Number and Title: Mrkt-101 Principles of Marketing B. New or Modified Course:

More information

Michael G. Foster School of Business University of Washington. MBA Core Managerial Finance BA 500 Fall 2013. Thomas Gilbert.

Michael G. Foster School of Business University of Washington. MBA Core Managerial Finance BA 500 Fall 2013. Thomas Gilbert. Michael G. Foster School of Business University of Washington MBA Core Managerial Finance BA 500 Fall 2013 Prof. Thomas Gilbert Syllabus Price is what you pay. Value is what you get. Warren Buffett This

More information

Monfort College of Business Semester Course Syllabus (2015-2016) COURSE PREFIX/TITLE: BAFN 390 Operations Management Sem. Hrs. 3 Ed.

Monfort College of Business Semester Course Syllabus (2015-2016) COURSE PREFIX/TITLE: BAFN 390 Operations Management Sem. Hrs. 3 Ed. Monfort College of Business Semester Course Syllabus (2015-2016) COURSE PREFIX/TITLE: BAFN 390 Operations Management Sem. Hrs. 3 Ed. Cap: 40 CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Prerequisites: BACS 101 and either BAFN

More information

02-201: Programming for Scientists

02-201: Programming for Scientists 1. Course Information 1.1 Course description 02-201: Programming for Scientists Carl Kingsford Fall 2015 Provides a practical introduction to programming for students with little or no prior programming

More information

AACSB Annual Assessment Report For

AACSB Annual Assessment Report For AACSB Annual Assessment Report For Masters of Business Administration (MBA) Master s (Instructional Degree Program) (Degree Level) October 1, 2012 September 30, 2013 October 31, 2013 (Assessment Period

More information

TAMALPAIS UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Larkspur, California. Course of Study COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 1-6

TAMALPAIS UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Larkspur, California. Course of Study COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 1-6 TAMALPAIS UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Larkspur, California Course of Study COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 1-6 I. INTRODUCTION Computer Programming 1-6 is a sequence of one semester elective courses. The format allows

More information

PROFESSOR TATHAGATA DASGUPTA

PROFESSOR TATHAGATA DASGUPTA MGT 360: OPERATIONS STRATEGY AND MANAGEMENT SPRING 2006 INSTRUCTOR: PROFESSOR TATHAGATA DASGUPTA CLASS VENUE: BURKLE 16 CLASS TIME: 9:00 AM 11:50 AM SATURDAYS Phone: 714/ 814-2547 Office: Burkle 226 Office

More information

RDEV 688K Special Topics in Real Estate Development: Tax and Accounting for Real Estate Developers

RDEV 688K Special Topics in Real Estate Development: Tax and Accounting for Real Estate Developers University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation Graduate Programs in Real Estate Development RDEV 688K Special Topics in Real Estate Development: Tax and Accounting for Real Estate

More information

Technology Courses. The following chart outlines the required courses in each of these three categories for the Ph.D. curriculum:

Technology Courses. The following chart outlines the required courses in each of these three categories for the Ph.D. curriculum: ITP PH.D. PROGRAM CONTENTS Overview... 2 Course Requirements... 3 Core Course Requirement... 4 Technology Course Requirement... 5 Business/Economic/Policy Course Requirement... 6 Preliminary Exam... 7

More information

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS SYLLABUS For QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS BUS-305 Fall 2004 Dr. Jim Mirabella Jacksonville University GENERAL INFORMATION Instructor: Dr. Jim Mirabella Call #: 6231 Contact Information:

More information

University of Macau Undergraduate Electromechanical Engineering Program

University of Macau Undergraduate Electromechanical Engineering Program University of Macau Undergraduate Electromechanical Engineering Program Coordinating Unit: Supporting Unit(s): Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science and Technology Nil Course Code: MATH201 Year

More information

MGT 5309 FALL 07 LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYLLABUS

MGT 5309 FALL 07 LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYLLABUS MGT 5309 FALL 07 LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SYLLABUS General Information Instructor: Dr Abdelaziz Berrado Office: R 01 Bldg 6. Phone: 2122. Email: A.Berrado@aui.ma Lectures TR 9:30-10:50 in

More information

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS RESEARCH

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS RESEARCH Course: IEOR 4575 Business Analytics for Operations Research Lectures MW 2:40-3:55PM Instructor Prof. Guillermo Gallego Office Hours Tuesdays: 3-4pm Office: CEPSR 822 (8 th floor) Textbooks and Learning

More information

PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS PROJECT SCHEDULING W/LAB ENGT 2021

PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS PROJECT SCHEDULING W/LAB ENGT 2021 PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS PROJECT SCHEDULING W/LAB ENGT 2021 Class Hours: 3:0 Credit Hours: 3:0 Laboratory Hours:2:0 Date Revised: Fall 2012 Catalog Course Description: This course

More information

CLASS PARTICIPATION: MORE THAN JUST RAISING YOUR HAND

CLASS PARTICIPATION: MORE THAN JUST RAISING YOUR HAND STUDENT LEARNING SUPPORT TUTORIAL PRODUCED BY THE CENTER FOR TEACHING AND FACULTY DEVELOPMENT CLASS PARTICIPATION: MORE THAN JUST RAISING YOUR HAND CHAPTER 1: LEARNING THROUGH CLASS PARTICIPATION CLASS

More information

Learning From Lectures:

Learning From Lectures: Learning From Lectures: A Guide to University Learning Learning Services University of Guelph Table of Contents Student Guide:... 3 University Lectures... 3 Preparing for Lectures... 4 Laptop Pros & Cons...

More information

FACULTY STUDY PROGRAMME FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDIES

FACULTY STUDY PROGRAMME FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDIES FACULTY OF CONTEMPORARY SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGIES STUDY PROGRAMME FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDIES (Master of Science) NAME OF THE PROGRAMME: BUSINESS INFORMATICS STUDIES 262 PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION Business Informatics

More information

MIS 460 Project Management

MIS 460 Project Management Ursuline College Accelerated Program CRITICAL INFORMATION! DO NOT SKIP THIS LINK BELOW... BEFORE PROCEEDING TO READ THE UCAP MODULE, YOU ARE EXPECTED TO READ AND ADHERE TO ALL UCAP POLICY INFORMATION CONTAINED

More information

UNIVERSITY OF MACAU DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE SFTW 463 Data Visualization Syllabus 1 st Semester 2011/2012 Part A Course Outline

UNIVERSITY OF MACAU DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE SFTW 463 Data Visualization Syllabus 1 st Semester 2011/2012 Part A Course Outline Elective required course in Computer Science UNIVERSITY OF MACAU DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE SFTW 463 Data Visualization Syllabus 1 st Semester 2011/2012 Part A Course Outline Catalog

More information

Department of Accounting, Finance, & Economics

Department of Accounting, Finance, & Economics Department of Accounting, Finance, & Economics Assessment Report 2010-2011 Mission/Purpose The mission of the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics is to provide a quality education in accounting,

More information

Render, B., Stair, R. M., Jr., & Hanna, M. E. (2012). Quantitative analysis for management (11th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Render, B., Stair, R. M., Jr., & Hanna, M. E. (2012). Quantitative analysis for management (11th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. MSL 5080, Methods of Analysis for Business Operations Course Syllabus Course Description Practical examination of quantitative analysis techniques in strategic business decision making and the management

More information

one Introduction chapter OVERVIEW CHAPTER

one Introduction chapter OVERVIEW CHAPTER one Introduction CHAPTER chapter OVERVIEW 1.1 Introduction to Decision Support Systems 1.2 Defining a Decision Support System 1.3 Decision Support Systems Applications 1.4 Textbook Overview 1.5 Summary

More information

CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE Course Syllabus

CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE Course Syllabus 6111 E. Skelly Drive P. O. Box 477200 Tulsa, OK 74147-7200 CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE Course Syllabus Course Number: ST00019 OHLAP Credit: No OCAS Code: 8713 Course Length: 120 Hours Career Cluster:

More information

Expert Panel Sample Booklet. Workforce Education Implementation Evaluation. SRI International

Expert Panel Sample Booklet. Workforce Education Implementation Evaluation. SRI International Expert Panel Sample Booklet Workforce Education Implementation Evaluation SRI International Introduction Welcome to the Expert Panel. During this session you will rate different qualities of classroom

More information

Competitive Advantage from Operations

Competitive Advantage from Operations Competitive Advantage from Operations Fall 2010 Instructor: Fabio Schoen (fabio.schoen@nyu.edu) Introduction This course will introduce students to a range of models, methods, tools, all dealing with operations

More information

POFT 2312 BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE & COMMUNICATION

POFT 2312 BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE & COMMUNICATION Course Syllabus POFT 2312 BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE & COMMUNICATION Revision Date: 10/1/2015 Catalog Description: Development of writing and presentation skills to produce effective business communications.

More information

RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE OUTLINE. CISY 103 Computer Concepts and Programming

RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE OUTLINE. CISY 103 Computer Concepts and Programming RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE OUTLINE CISY 103 Computer Concepts and Programming I. Basic Course Information A. Course Number and Title: CISY-103, Computer Concepts and Programming B. New or

More information

MGMT 3404 Cross-Cultural Management 2014-2015 Second Semester

MGMT 3404 Cross-Cultural Management 2014-2015 Second Semester MGMT 3404 Cross-Cultural Management 2014-2015 Second Semester I. Information on Instructor and TA: Position Name Email Phone Office Instructor Dr. Yiwen ZHANG yzhang@business.hku.hk 3917-1615 KKL 716 Teaching

More information

THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO SCHOOL OF BUSINESS DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT

THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO SCHOOL OF BUSINESS DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO SCHOOL OF BUSINESS DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SYLLABUS SALES MANAGEMENT (MBA) MARKETING 523 (01) FALL SEMESTER 2012 Instructor name: Mohamed Radwan Office number: BEC 2047

More information

INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS MODULE

INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS MODULE 10/01 INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS MODULE INTRODUCTION Russ Pimmel Electrical and Computer Engineering Department College of Engineering University Of Alabama The Instructor

More information

Philadelphia University Faculty of Information Technology Department of Computer Science --- Semester, 2007/2008. Course Syllabus

Philadelphia University Faculty of Information Technology Department of Computer Science --- Semester, 2007/2008. Course Syllabus Philadelphia University Faculty of Information Technology Department of Computer Science --- Semester, 2007/2008 Course Syllabus Course Title: Operations Research Course Level: 4 Lecture Time: Course code:

More information

MAC 2233, STA 2023, and junior standing

MAC 2233, STA 2023, and junior standing I. QMB 3600: Quantitative Methods in Business (3 credits) II. Prerequisite Courses & Standing: MAC 2233, STA 2023, and junior standing III. Course Logistics: Fall 2011, Section 002 CRN 82290 M W 12:30

More information

A LOOK BACK: UNDERGRADUATE COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION: A NEW CURRICULUM PHILOSOPHY & OVERVIEW

A LOOK BACK: UNDERGRADUATE COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION: A NEW CURRICULUM PHILOSOPHY & OVERVIEW A LOOK BACK: UNDERGRADUATE COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION: A NEW CURRICULUM PHILOSOPHY & OVERVIEW John C. Knight, Jane C. Prey, & Wm. A. Wulf Department of Computer Science University of Virginia ABSTRACT

More information

Offered to MAN ECN IRL THM IBT Elective. Course Level Course Code Year Semester ECTS Weekly Course Hours

Offered to MAN ECN IRL THM IBT Elective. Course Level Course Code Year Semester ECTS Weekly Course Hours Offered by Department of Business Administration Course Status Offered to MAN ECN IRL THM IBT Compulsory Offered to MAN ECN IRL THM IBT Elective Course Title Management Science Course Level Course Code

More information

STAT 360 Probability and Statistics. Fall 2012

STAT 360 Probability and Statistics. Fall 2012 STAT 360 Probability and Statistics Fall 2012 1) General information: Crosslisted course offered as STAT 360, MATH 360 Semester: Fall 2012, Aug 20--Dec 07 Course name: Probability and Statistics Number

More information

BUS 1950-002-008 Computer Concepts and Applications for Business Fall 2012

BUS 1950-002-008 Computer Concepts and Applications for Business Fall 2012 BUS 1950-002-008 Computer Concepts and Applications for Business Fall 2012 Instructor: Contact Information: Susan Kling Office: 4505 Lumpkin Hall Phone: 217-581-8547 Email: SJKling@eiu.edu Course Website:

More information

Simulation and Probabilistic Modeling

Simulation and Probabilistic Modeling Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering Spring 2009 Simulation and Probabilistic Modeling (ISyE 320) Lecture: Tuesday and Thursday 11:00AM 12:15PM 1153 Mechanical Engineering Building Section

More information

A. Terminal Objectives As a result of successfully completing this course, the student will be able to do the following:

A. Terminal Objectives As a result of successfully completing this course, the student will be able to do the following: Syllabus for MKT 346 Sales Management 3 Credit Hours Fall 2002 I. COURSE DESCRIPTION A study of the management of the outside sales force. Topics include organizing, staffing, operating, and planning functions

More information

BUSSTAT 207 Introduction to Business Statistics Fall 2015

BUSSTAT 207 Introduction to Business Statistics Fall 2015 BUSSTAT 207 Introduction to Business Statistics Fall 2015 Instructor: Brady Lawrence Office: MBEB 3209 Phone: 426-1091 Office Hours: WF 1:00-3:00PM E-mail: bradylawrence@boisestate.edu (Include 207 in

More information

LAGUARDIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, ENGINEERING, AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

LAGUARDIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, ENGINEERING, AND COMPUTER SCIENCE LAGUARDIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, ENGINEERING, AND COMPUTER SCIENCE MAT 119 STATISTICS AND ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 5 Lecture Hours, 2 Lab Hours, 3 Credits Pre-

More information

University of Central Florida Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science EEL 4914C Spring 2014. Senior Design I

University of Central Florida Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science EEL 4914C Spring 2014. Senior Design I University of Central Florida EEL 4914C Spring 2014 Senior Design I Dr. S. M. Richie UCF, HEC 345E V:407-823-5765 e-mail: richie@ucf.edu Office Hours: TR 8:00 AM-8:50 AM, 10:30 AM-11:30 AM, 1:30 PM- 3:00PM

More information

Government of Russian Federation. Faculty of Computer Science School of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence

Government of Russian Federation. Faculty of Computer Science School of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence Government of Russian Federation Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of High Professional Education National Research University «Higher School of Economics» Faculty of Computer Science School

More information

Principles of Engineering

Principles of Engineering Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology Principles of Engineering Prerequisite: Introduction to Engineering Design Credit Value: 5 ABSTRACT The Principles of Engineering course advances students

More information

2. SUMMER ADVISEMENT AND ORIENTATION PERIODS FOR NEWLY ADMITTED FRESHMEN AND TRANSFER STUDENTS

2. SUMMER ADVISEMENT AND ORIENTATION PERIODS FOR NEWLY ADMITTED FRESHMEN AND TRANSFER STUDENTS Chemistry Department Policy Assessment: Undergraduate Programs 1. MISSION STATEMENT The Chemistry Department offers academic programs which provide students with a liberal arts background and the theoretical

More information

PELLISSIPPI STATE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS DIGITAL GRAPHIC DESIGN I CGT 1100

PELLISSIPPI STATE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS DIGITAL GRAPHIC DESIGN I CGT 1100 PELLISSIPPI STATE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS DIGITAL GRAPHIC DESIGN I CGT 1100 Class Hours: 5.0 Credit Hours: 5.0 Laboratory Hours: 0.0 Date Revised: Spring 99 Catalog Course Description:

More information

PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS ORIENTATION TO SPORT MANAGEMENT PHED 1001. Laboratory Hours: 0.0 Date Revised: Spring 2011

PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS ORIENTATION TO SPORT MANAGEMENT PHED 1001. Laboratory Hours: 0.0 Date Revised: Spring 2011 PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS ORIENTATION TO SPORT MANAGEMENT PHED 1001 Class Hours: 1.0 Credit Hours: 1.0 Laboratory Hours: 0.0 Date Revised: Spring 2011 NOTE: PHED 1010 through

More information

Business Management MKT 829 International Sport Marketing

Business Management MKT 829 International Sport Marketing Business Management MKT 829 International Sport Marketing INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION Name: Fernando E. Pardo Office Telephone Number: 416-979-5000, ext.7504 E-mail Address: fpardo@ryerson.ca Office Location:

More information

VISUAL ALGEBRA FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS. Laurie J. Burton Western Oregon University

VISUAL ALGEBRA FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS. Laurie J. Burton Western Oregon University VISUAL ALGEBRA FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS Laurie J. Burton Western Oregon University VISUAL ALGEBRA FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome and Introduction 1 Chapter 1: INTEGERS AND INTEGER OPERATIONS

More information

MATH 1111 College Algebra Fall Semester 2014 Course Syllabus. Course Details: TR 3:30 4:45 pm Math 1111-I4 CRN 963 IC #322

MATH 1111 College Algebra Fall Semester 2014 Course Syllabus. Course Details: TR 3:30 4:45 pm Math 1111-I4 CRN 963 IC #322 MATH 1111 College Algebra Fall Semester 2014 Course Syllabus Instructor: Mr. Geoff Clement Office: Russell Hall, Room 205 Office Hours: M-R 8-9 and 12:30-2, and other times by appointment Other Tutoring:

More information

As tutors, we are responsible for improving the skills of our peers.

As tutors, we are responsible for improving the skills of our peers. Tutor s Creed As tutors, we are responsible for improving the skills of our peers. As tutors, we will consider the body of work presented at the session in the following manner: First, we will impart to

More information

Criteria for Accrediting Computer Science Programs Effective for Evaluations during the 2004-2005 Accreditation Cycle

Criteria for Accrediting Computer Science Programs Effective for Evaluations during the 2004-2005 Accreditation Cycle Criteria for Accrediting Computer Science Programs Effective for Evaluations during the 2004-2005 Accreditation Cycle I. Objectives and Assessments The program has documented, measurable objectives, including

More information

PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS ORIENTATION TO EXERCISE SCIENCE PHED 1000. Laboratory Hours: 0.0 Date Revised: Spring 2011

PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS ORIENTATION TO EXERCISE SCIENCE PHED 1000. Laboratory Hours: 0.0 Date Revised: Spring 2011 PELLISSIPPI STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS ORIENTATION TO EXERCISE SCIENCE PHED 1000 Class Hours: 1.0 Credit Hours: 1.0 Laboratory Hours: 0.0 Date Revised: Spring 2011 Catalog Course Description:

More information

Assessment Processes. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Fall 2014

Assessment Processes. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Fall 2014 Assessment Processes Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Fall 2014 Introduction The assessment process in the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department at Utah State University

More information

Take Charge of Your Finances Semester Course designed for 10 th -12 th grade students Class Period Length 45 minutes

Take Charge of Your Finances Semester Course designed for 10 th -12 th grade students Class Period Length 45 minutes Take Charge of Your Finances Semester Course designed for 10 th -12 th grade students Class Period Length 45 minutes SCANS Skills: Basic Skills: reading, writing, mathematics, listening, speaking Thinking

More information

Integrating a Factory and Supply Chain Simulator into a Textile Supply Chain Management Curriculum

Integrating a Factory and Supply Chain Simulator into a Textile Supply Chain Management Curriculum Integrating a Factory and Supply Chain Simulator into a Textile Supply Chain Management Curriculum Kristin Thoney Associate Professor Department of Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management ABSTRACT

More information

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMENTS MGT 3412 Y - FALL 2015

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMENTS MGT 3412 Y - FALL 2015 FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS OF INVESTMENTS MGT 3412 Y - FALL 2015 WEDNESDAYS, 6:00 P.M. 8:50 P.M. ROOM: S2013 INSTRUCTOR CFMRT SUPPORT OFFICE HOURS COURSE MATERIALS Grahame Newton, B.A., M.B.A.,

More information

Simulation Modeling and Arena

Simulation Modeling and Arena Simulation Modeling and Arena Manuel D. Rossetti, Ph.D., P.E. Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering University of Arkansas Department of Industrial Engineering 4207 Bell Engineering Center Fayetteville,

More information

MATH 140 HYBRID INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS COURSE SYLLABUS

MATH 140 HYBRID INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS COURSE SYLLABUS MATH 140 HYBRID INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS COURSE SYLLABUS Instructor: Mark Schilling Email: mark.schilling@csun.edu (Note: If your CSUN email address is not one you use regularly, be sure to set up automatic

More information

TOPICS: EVENT PLANNING AND COMMUNICATION COM 315V-2X- Tuesdays from 4:00 6:30 p.m. Fall Term, 2011

TOPICS: EVENT PLANNING AND COMMUNICATION COM 315V-2X- Tuesdays from 4:00 6:30 p.m. Fall Term, 2011 TOPICS: EVENT PLANNING AND COMMUNICATION COM 315V-2X- Tuesdays from 4:00 6:30 p.m. Fall Term, 2011 Professors: Beth Pittenger Telephone: 407-758-4887 E-mail: epittenger@rollins.edu Office: Communication

More information

Network Security Course Specifications2011-2012

Network Security Course Specifications2011-2012 Assiut University Faculty of Computers & Information Department of Information Technology Quality Assurance Unit Network Security Course Specifications2011-2012 Relevant program B.Sc. in Computers and

More information

A Class Project in Survey Sampling

A Class Project in Survey Sampling A Class Project in Survey Sampling Andrew Gelman and Deborah Nolan July 1, 2001 Courses in quantitative methods typically require students to analyze previously collected data. There is great value in

More information

Syllabus CS 682: Systems Analysis and Design Methods Summer 2014 Section C1

Syllabus CS 682: Systems Analysis and Design Methods Summer 2014 Section C1 Syllabus CS 682: Systems Analysis and Design Methods Summer 2014 Section C1 Text: Whitten and Bentley. Systems Analysis And Design Methods. Seventh Edition. NYC, NY. Irwin McGraw-Hill Publishers. ISBN-13:

More information

University Of California, Berkeley Department of Mechanical Engineering. ME 204: Advanced Manufacturing Systems Analysis, AMS (3 units)

University Of California, Berkeley Department of Mechanical Engineering. ME 204: Advanced Manufacturing Systems Analysis, AMS (3 units) University Of California, Berkeley Department of Mechanical Engineering ME 204: Advanced Manufacturing Systems Analysis, AMS (3 units) CATALOG DESCRIPTION Graduate Course Syllabus This course is designed

More information

THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS School of Business BUS10066 Marketing On the Commercial Internet MKTG3524 Internet Marketing 2015-2016, Semester 2 COURSE SYLLABUS I. Information

More information

CHAPTER 3 CALL CENTER QUEUING MODEL WITH LOGNORMAL SERVICE TIME DISTRIBUTION

CHAPTER 3 CALL CENTER QUEUING MODEL WITH LOGNORMAL SERVICE TIME DISTRIBUTION 31 CHAPTER 3 CALL CENTER QUEUING MODEL WITH LOGNORMAL SERVICE TIME DISTRIBUTION 3.1 INTRODUCTION In this chapter, construction of queuing model with non-exponential service time distribution, performance

More information

TAMALPAIS UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Larkspur, California. Course of Study. Web Design 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6

TAMALPAIS UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Larkspur, California. Course of Study. Web Design 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 I. INTRODUCTION TAMALPAIS UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Larkspur, California Course of Study Web Design 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 These one-semester courses give students the skills and knowledge necessary to design

More information

MBA Foundation. www.excelsior.edu

MBA Foundation. www.excelsior.edu MBA Foundation Quantitative Analysis (BUSx903) www.excelsior.edu EXAM PREPARATION GUIDE Introduction The MBA Foundation Examinations measure knowledge and understanding of material covered in Excelsior

More information

WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY CHRISTOS M. COTSAKOS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Course Syllabus

WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY CHRISTOS M. COTSAKOS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Course Syllabus WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY CHRISTOS M. COTSAKOS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Course Syllabus Course Number & Title: MGT4310 Production and Operations Management Semester: Winter 2015/16 Professor: Dr. Andrey Kretinin

More information

HIST 2112 U.S. History Survey 1865 to the Present Kennesaw State University Summer 2013

HIST 2112 U.S. History Survey 1865 to the Present Kennesaw State University Summer 2013 HIST 2112 U.S. History Survey 1865 to the Present Kennesaw State University Summer 2013 Instructor: Dr. Joel McMahon Office: Social Sciences Building Department of History and Philosophy Phone: 678-612-7009

More information

Professors Get Creative in Using Sports Litigation Alert in the Classroom

Professors Get Creative in Using Sports Litigation Alert in the Classroom Professors Get Creative in Using Sports Litigation Alert in the Classroom What follows is a short document that shows how six professors use Sports Litigation Alert in the classroom. Professors, who aren

More information

Department of Political Science. College of Social Science. Undergraduate Bachelor s Degree in Political Science

Department of Political Science. College of Social Science. Undergraduate Bachelor s Degree in Political Science Student Outcomes Assessment Plan (SOAP) I. Mission Statement Department of Political Science College of Social Science Undergraduate Bachelor s Degree in Political Science The Department of Political Science

More information

HRM 386 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Spring, 2008

HRM 386 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Spring, 2008 HRM 386 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Spring, 2008 INSTRUCTOR Barry Friedman (friedman@oswego.edu) OFFICE/ PHONE 247 Rich Hall, (315) 312-6381 COURSE WEBSITE Angel OFFICE HOURS 9:00-11:15, 12:30-1:45 MW or

More information

67 204 Mathematics for Business Analysis I Fall 2007

67 204 Mathematics for Business Analysis I Fall 2007 67 204 Mathematics for Business Analysis I Fall 2007 Instructor Asõkā Rāmanāyake Office: Swart 223 Office Hours: Monday 12:40 1:40 Wednesday 8:00 9:00 Thursday 9:10 11:20 If you cannot make my office hours,

More information

Luna Community College 2012-2015. Drafting Technology Curriculum Profile

Luna Community College 2012-2015. Drafting Technology Curriculum Profile Revised: July 2012 Luna Community College 2012-2015 Drafting Technology Curriculum Profile Content Page Program Goals 2 Degree Requirements 3 Course Descriptions and Outcomes 5 Assessment. 10 Standard

More information

CS/EE/CpE/Biom 480 Senior Design/Capstone Course Spring - 2015

CS/EE/CpE/Biom 480 Senior Design/Capstone Course Spring - 2015 CS/EE/CpE/Biom 480 Senior Design/Capstone Course Spring - 2015 Instructor: Ramana Reddy Office: ESB 941 Email: Ramana.Reddy@mail.wvu.edu The capstone course in the Lane Department of Computer Science and

More information

CS 649 Database Management Systems. Fall 2011

CS 649 Database Management Systems. Fall 2011 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND INFORMATION SCIENCES LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY, BROOKLYN CAMPUS DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE CS 649 Database Management Systems Fall 2011 Course Schedule: Thursday

More information

MANAGEMENT. MGMT 0021 THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS 3 cr. MGMT 0022 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3 cr. MGMT 0023 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 3 cr.

MANAGEMENT. MGMT 0021 THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS 3 cr. MGMT 0022 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3 cr. MGMT 0023 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 3 cr. MANAGEMENT MGMT 0021 THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS 3 cr. An introduction designed to emphasize the basic principles, practices, and terminology essential to the understanding of contemporary business and its

More information

PROJECT MANAGEMENT DSO 580 Fall 2014

PROJECT MANAGEMENT DSO 580 Fall 2014 USC MARSHALL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS PROJECT MANAGEMENT DSO 580 Fall 2014 INSTRUCTOR OFFICE HOURS Professor Murat Bayiz Bridge Hall, Room 307D Phone: (213) 740 5618 E-mail: murat.bayiz@marshall.usc.edu Tuesdays

More information

Elaine Allore, MBA, Instructor Email: emallore@yahoo.com. LOCATION William Atkinson Hall Room WA220

Elaine Allore, MBA, Instructor Email: emallore@yahoo.com. LOCATION William Atkinson Hall Room WA220 SIENA HEIGHTS UNIVERSITY at JCC BAM 479 Strategic Management, Winter 2009 SYLLABUS AND ASSIGNMENT LISTING Elaine Allore, MBA, Instructor Email: emallore@yahoo.com LOCATION William Atkinson Hall Room WA220

More information

ELEC 4000 - SENIOR DESIGN PROJECTS Spring Semester, 2014 Dr. Dean

ELEC 4000 - SENIOR DESIGN PROJECTS Spring Semester, 2014 Dr. Dean ELEC 4000 - SENIOR DESIGN PROJECTS Spring Semester, 2014 Dr. Dean 2011 Catalog Data: ELEC 4000. SENIOR DESIGN PROJECTS (3). Pr. ELEC 3040 or ELEC 3050 or ELEC 3060, and departmental approval. A capstone

More information

The Information Literacy (IL) and Information Technology (IT) Teaching and Learning Circle. Summary, Overview and Index

The Information Literacy (IL) and Information Technology (IT) Teaching and Learning Circle. Summary, Overview and Index The Information Literacy (IL) and Information Technology (IT) Teaching and Learning Circle Summary, Overview and Index The IL-IT Teaching and Learning Circle met during the summer and fall of 2002. The

More information

DeSales University CR504 - Marketing Management COURSE DESCRIPTION

DeSales University CR504 - Marketing Management COURSE DESCRIPTION DeSales University CR504 - Marketing Management COURSE DESCRIPTION A understanding of the application of marketing theories, concepts, and practices as they relate to the management of the marketing function

More information

San José State University Department of Kinesiology (CASA) KIN 293A, Fieldwork in Athletic Training, Fall, 2015

San José State University Department of Kinesiology (CASA) KIN 293A, Fieldwork in Athletic Training, Fall, 2015 San José State University Department of Kinesiology (CASA) KIN 293A, Fieldwork in Athletic Training, Fall, 2015 Course and Contact Information Instructor: Masaaki Tsuruike, PhD, ATC Office Location: Spartan

More information

PELLISSIPPI STATE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS PROJECT SCHEDULING W/LAB CET 2021

PELLISSIPPI STATE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS PROJECT SCHEDULING W/LAB CET 2021 PELLISSIPPI STATE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS PROJECT SCHEDULING W/LAB CET 2021 Class Hours: 2.0 Credit Hours: 3.0 Laboratory Hours: 3.0 Revised: Fall 07 Catalog Course Description: This

More information

QMB 3302 - Business Analytics CRN 80700 - Fall 2015 T & R 9.30 to 10.45 AM -- Lutgert Hall 2209

QMB 3302 - Business Analytics CRN 80700 - Fall 2015 T & R 9.30 to 10.45 AM -- Lutgert Hall 2209 QMB 3302 - Business Analytics CRN 80700 - Fall 2015 T & R 9.30 to 10.45 AM -- Lutgert Hall 2209 Elias T. Kirche, Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Information Systems and Operations Management Lutgert

More information

PHYSICAL DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT BUS 373-001 SPRING 2010

PHYSICAL DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT BUS 373-001 SPRING 2010 I. GENERAL INFORMATION PHYSICAL DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT BUS 373-001 SPRING 2010 Instructor: Dr. Soo-Young Moon Office: Clow 104 Telephone: 424-1462 E-mail Moon@uwosh.edu Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday

More information

THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PARIS

THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PARIS THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF PARIS COURSE TITLE: Marketing Strategies for Brand Development COURSE NO: CM 4048 PREREQUISITES: SEMESTER: Fall 2013 PROFESSOR: P.M. Barnet CREDITS: 4 CLASS SCHEDULE: Tuesday,

More information

RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS) DEPARTMENT. CISY 102 - Computer Literacy

RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS) DEPARTMENT. CISY 102 - Computer Literacy I. Basic Course Information RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS) DEPARTMENT CISY 102 - Computer Literacy A. Course Number and Title: CISY-102, Computer Literacy B. Date of Proposal or

More information

Workflow Design and Analysis

Workflow Design and Analysis Workflow Design and Analysis This course addresses the understanding of workflow and uses of information in business settings. Topics include concepts of processes and process analysis; process representation;

More information

Math 35 Section 43376 Spring 2014. Class meetings: 6 Saturdays 9:00AM-11:30AM (on the following dates: 2/22, 3/8, 3/29, 5/3, 5/24, 6/7)

Math 35 Section 43376 Spring 2014. Class meetings: 6 Saturdays 9:00AM-11:30AM (on the following dates: 2/22, 3/8, 3/29, 5/3, 5/24, 6/7) Math 35 Section 43376 Spring 2014 Class meetings: 6 Saturdays 9:00AM-11:30AM (on the following dates: 2/22, 3/8, 3/29, 5/3, 5/24, 6/7) Instructor: Kathy Nabours Office: MTSC 133 Email: kathy.nabours@rcc.edu

More information

University of Nevada, Reno, Mechanical Engineering Department. 2005 ABET Program Outcome and Assessment

University of Nevada, Reno, Mechanical Engineering Department. 2005 ABET Program Outcome and Assessment 2005 ABET Program Outcome and Assessment 3. Program Outcomes and Assessment Program Outcomes We define our program educational outcomes as statements that describe what students are expected to be able

More information