Prior Learning Assessment Course Subjects
- Operations Management (OPM-301) 3.00 s.h.
- Course Description
Operations Management is focused on the process of transforming inputs (labor, material, and capital) through a value-added process to produce goods and services. The course covers the functional aspects of operations in terms of value chains, performance measurement, process selection, design of facility layouts and work systems, forecasting, inventory and resource management, production scheduling, lean operations, quality control, and project management within a domestic and global business environment.
Through the Portfolio Assessment process, students will demonstrate that they can appropriately address the following outcomes:
- Discuss the significance of operations management and connect it to business success.
- Evaluate the role of value chains, performance measurement, and operations strategy in operations management.
- Explain the role of technology in operations management.
- Apply strategies of product and service design, including calculation of system reliability.
- Discuss ways to apply process and value stream mapping for process design.
- Explain key elements of process layout.
- Evaluate the significance of supply chain management.
- Explain the importance of forecasting.
- Assess the benefits of effective capacity, inventory, resource, and schedule management.
- Discuss quality management and apply the tools of quality assurance to the process of producing goods and providing services.
- Assess the value of lean production principles.
- Analyze the key issues associated with project management.
- Export/Import Operations Mgmt (OPM-381) 3.00 s.h.
- Export-Import Operations Management. A basic course in foreign trade operations. The course treats such topics as international, freight movements (surface and air), marine insurance, government controls, financing overseas transactions, foreign trade information sources.
- Computer Operations Management (CAP-222) 3.00 s.h.
- Fundamental purposes and practices of managing computer operations. Administrative responsibilities, operations and clerical staff requirements. Considerations of standards, system evaluation, machine loading, input/output controls and vendor interface.
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