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OM Syllabi: Loyola U., Rider U., U. Missouri-St. Louis, and U. Nevada

October 19, 2011

As I was having lunch a few weeks back with two new professors at UCF, here in Orlando, I was reminded how valuable it is for recent Ph.D.’s in our field to see the wide variety of ways the OM course is taught around the country. So this month we provide four additions (Loyola, Rider, UMSL, and Nevada) to the list of 23 OM syllabi that we have posted so far, which includes: U. Florida, U. Alabama, U. Tennessee, U. New Orleans, Arkansas State U., Florida State U., Texas Tech U., U. Rhode Island, GWU, U. Miami, Florida International U., Washington State U., Florida Gulf Coast U., U. Dayton, Shippensburg U., U. Southern Maine, S. Illinois U., N. Michigan U., Temple U., Montclair State U., and Rollins College. To read any of these, just click on the OM Syllabi button in the right hand column.

Loyola University-Chicago, ISOM 332, Dr. Rafay Ishfaq. Prof. Ishfaq uses our OM 10th ed. in his class, which is based on modules that consist of recorded video lectures, readings, homework assignments, and live Q&A sessions. He uses MyOMLab for both homework and exams.

University of Missouri-St. Louis, LOM 332, Dr. Haitao Li. Prof Li uses OM 10/e and MyOMLab in this hybrid class of internet and live lecture.

Rider University, MSD 340, Dr. Cengiz Haksever.  Prof. Haksever also teaches from OM 10/e and makes extensive use of POM for Windows software.

University of Nevada-Reno, SCM 352, Dr. H. Barry Spraggins. Prof. Spraggins teaches from a custom-published edition of OM 10/e and combines class lectures with Web Campus lectures in his class.

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