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OM Syllabi: Western Michigan U., U. of Southern New Hampshire, San Francisco State U.

April 14, 2013

syllabusOur colleagues teach OM in such a variety of exciting ways at their schools.  So 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: Western Michigan University, University of Southern New Hampshire, and San Francisco State University.  To see the syllabi of the 37 other schools we have posted so far, just click on the OM syllabi button on the right side of our blog site.

Western Michigan University, IME 3260, Dr. Tarun Gupta. Tarun teaches this industrial engineering course using Operations Management, 10th ed. and relates each of his topics back to the ABET engineering accreditation standards.

University of Southern New Hampshire, QSO 300, Dr. Taj Dhakar. Taj is using our new Principles of Operations Management, 9th ed. in his Introduction to OM course. He also introduces MS Project, Minitab, Crystal Ball, and Excel to the students.

San Francisco State University, DS 412, Dr. Ozgur Ozluk. Ozgur uses a custom edition of Operations Management, 10th ed. and employs Excel and MS Project, as well as MyOMLab for student assignments.

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