Textbooks can be purchased though the MBS bookstore
A caculator is required.
Homework must be done on graph paper.
Handouts will be provided as needed.
Development of the formal problem solving process. Identification of the types of decisions made by engineer administrators. Development of techniques for lay-out and organization of the engineer project using milestone scheduling, Gantt chart, and CPM to determine resource requirements, equipment scheduling, and time estimates. Forecasting what is needed, where and when, and alternatives. Pre-requisites: CO360, EC142 or consent of the instructor. 3:0:3
Give a man a fish,
he eats for a day.
Teach a man to fish,
he can feed himself for life.
My goal is to teach process along with useful tools to sustain the student to meet the challenges of the many varied problems he will encounter in life.
1. Describe the general decison-making envirnoment in terms as well as the characteristics of the decisin maker and the decision model
2. Explore the diverse world of organizatinal-wide planning and policy decisions
3. Describe the nature of operating decisions and how they are likely to manifest thenselves inorganizations.
4. Use and application of computerbased models.
B. Group Discussions
C. Problem Solving
Class Participation 5%
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Late homework is accepted but grade will be reduced based on how late the material is.
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
Participation in lecture is expected and will be part of the final grade. The student is expected to be at each class meeting and on time. Classes missed for legitimate reasons (TDY, illness) will be excused but the student is responsible to make up the work. Quizzes can be picked up in the office and made up prior to the next class. If you fail to do this, you will not be given a make up. The student must contact the instructor or the Park University – FTLW office prior to missing a class. If the office is closed, please leave a detailed message on the answering machine or contact the instructor via email. Two consecutive unexcused absences will result in automatic academic withdrawal. Two non-consecutive unexcused absences are excessive and three absences, excused or unexcused, will result in an administrative withdrawal and a grade of “F” (attendance for the semester). Any student with one or more unexcused absences may not receive a grade of Incomplete.
WEEK/DATE SUBJECT ASSIGNMENT PROBLEMS
Week 1/25 Oct
Forecasting Chapter 3: 1,2,5,8,10
Capacity Planning Chapter 5: 1,2,5,6,9
Week 2/1 Nov
Process Selection & Facilities Layout Chapter 6: 1,4,5,8
Linear Programming Chapter 6S: TBD
Week 3/8 Nov
Design of Work Systems Chapter 7:
Learning Curves & Analysis Chapter 7S:
Week 4/15 Nov
Location Planning & Analysis
Chapter 8: 3,6,10,11,12
The Transportation Model Chapter 8S: 1,2,3 on CD)
Week 5/22 Nov
Maintenance Chapter 16S: 1,2,3
Scheduling Chapter 17: 1,6,9,10,14
QUIZ #4 (do 9,10,14 by Johnson Rules)
Week 6/29 Nov
Waiting Lines Chapter 19: 1,2,9,10,11
Simulation Chapter 19S: 1,2,3,5,12
QUIZ # 5
Week 7/ 6 Dec
Review All Homework
Review for Final Exam
Week 8 /13 Dec
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Instructors are required to maintain attendance records and
to report absences via the online attendance reporting system.
Park University 2004-2005 Undergradute
Catalog Page 100
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