205 Introduction to Management Science

Information Systems & Operations Management

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Pre-requisites: ISOM 110

Requisite To: ISOM 316

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Course Description

This course is designed to develop a basic understanding and competence in the use of quantitative methods to modeling and solving managerial problems. the focus is on optimization and modeling techniques such as linear and integer programming. Spreadsheet modeling using excel is utilized for solving these problems. Throughout the course, practical examples are provided, and issues faced by the managers are discussed so that students will have a good grasp of the real world managerial decision-making environment.

Course Learning Objectives (CLOs)
  • Clo1. analyze business decisions using break-even analysis, linear programming, integer
  • Clo2. design mathematical models that reflect business logic of business problems.
  • Clo3. create spreadsheet models using ms excel and solver add-in.
  • Clo4. conduct sensitivity analysis and consider tradeoffs when addressing business
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