DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE : COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
COURSE CODE : MANASCI
CLASS DAYS AND CLASS TIME: TH, 1800-1930/1940-2110
INSTRUCTOR: MR. ENRICO L. CORDOBA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
MANASCI (MANAGEMENT SCIENCE) is a 14-week course on the study of quantitative techniques in business decision-making. The course covers linear programming models and its special algorithms; network (PERT/CPM) models; decision-making theories and processes; and decision tree construction and analysis.
LEARNING OUTCOMES (LO):
On completion of the course, the student is expected to be able to do the following:
|ELGA |LEARNING OUTCOME | |Effective communicators |To present in class the application of quantitative techniques to management decision | | |models through case analysis | |Critical and creative thinkers |To develop analytical thinking and proper reasoning in the application of quantitative | | |techniques to management decision models | | |To acquire the essential skills for the proper use of quantitative techniques in | | |business decision-making | |Technically proficient and competent |To identify the various mathematical tools used in business decision-making | |professionals and leaders | | | |To apply the theories of quantitative analysis in solving business problems | | |To be proficient in building quantitative models in business decision-making | | |To establish the habits of neatness and orderliness in presenting written solutions to | | |problems | |Service-driven, ethical, and socially |Challenge the Lasallian learners to realize their full potential in applying | |responsible citizens |quantitative techniques through creativity, innovativeness, honesty, and perseverance. | | |Ensure that the learners translate knowledge, innovation, and creativity into something | | |useful in actual practice for the betterment of society and the Church. | | |Prepare the learners to participate responsibly in the world of work, family, community,| | |nation, and Church by developing values of honesty, patience, and perseverance in the | | |process of finding solutions to problems; and | | |Bring a Christian perspective to bear on human understanding, skills and values of the | | |learners through the realization of the role of quantitative techniques in | | |decision-making in enabling businessmen to be more socially responsible. |
As evidence of attaining the above learning outcomes, the student is required to do the...
References: Anderson, D., Sweeney, D., & Williams, T. (2001). Quantitative Methods for Business (8th ed.). Cincinnati, OH: South Western College Pub.
Levin, R., Rubin D., Stinson, J., & Gardner, E. (1992). Quantitative Approaches in Management (8th ed.). New York: McGraw Hill.
Taylor, B. (2007). Introduction to Management Science (9th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.
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