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OM Syllabi: Emory U., U. of St. Francis, and Austin Peay State U.

January 4, 2013

syllabusJay and I never cease to be impressed by the variety of ways our colleagues teach OM at their schools.  We thought you might be interested in how different schools approach the course. In today’s blog we share the OM syllabi of three more schools using one of our texts: Emory University, University of St. Francis, and Austin Peay State University.  To see the syllabi of the 34 other schools we have posted so far, just click on the OM syllabi button on the right side of our blog site.

Emory University, Dr. Nikolay Osadchiy, Bus 351. Nikolay teaches from Operations Management,  10th ed. and includes 5 Harvard cases and The Goal into his course. His students also work in teams to evaluate the operating model of a firm in the Atlanta area.

University of St. Francis, Dr. Bruce Hartman, MNGT 364. Bruce also uses OM 10th ed. in this on-line course. His students perform a team consulting project to improve an operation in an enterprise they select.

Austin Peay State University, Dr. Vikkie McCarthy, PTMA 4500. Vikkie teaches this on-line course using our Principles of Operations Management, 8th ed. and builds her assignments around MyOMLab.
If you would like to share your OM syllabus with us,  just email brender@cfl.rr.com or jheizer@omniglobal.net.

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