MGNT 3615 01 - Operations Management
This course is designed to emphasize the strategic importance of operations management to the overall performance of the organization. Students will study the basic principles required to organize and manage both service and manufacturing firms. Topics include issues such as work design, inventory control, supply chains, scheduling, quality control, lean operating systems, and project management.
College of Business
||AUG 11, 2021
||DEC 10, 2021
|| TUE THR
||Time of Day
||02:00 pm - 03:15 pm
||Roy Richards Sr. Hall
|Instructor(s):Scott Kenneth Campbell
||Open Seats:2 of 40 as of 01/25/2022 09:50:06
Richards Col Upper Division
||Instructional Method: Hybrid - Split Roster (H1)
Technology is used to deliver 50% or less of class sessions – see above or instructor for more info.
Technology is used to deliver 50 percent of class sessions or student meet minimally one time per week in class. Segments of the class attend the classroom on regular scheduled rotation based on classroom capacity with social distancing. Students will be notified of their attendance requirements prior to the first day of class.