|Status of the Course|
Compulsory course of the Industrial Engineering and Management major. Optional course of the Industrial Engineering and Management minor.
|Level of the Course|
I - II (Autumn 2019)
Lectures 20 h, assignment(s) 55 h, reading the course material 55 h, exam 3h.
To develop understanding of concepts and theoretical frameworks that describe, explain and prescribe the design and operation of production systems from strategy to daily operations. Operations management is perceived to cover both intra- and inter-organizational aspects in a global context. Besides providing relevant operations management concepts and theories, the objective is to learn to apply practical application of this knowledge through case studies and other assignments.
Operations strategy, service operations, process design and improvement, process choices and production layout, capacity and materials management, global operations, logistics and supply chain management, quality management.
|Assessment Methods and Criteria|
Examination, lectures and literature, assignment(s).
|Substitutes for Courses|
TU-A1100 Industrial Engineering and Management 1 (5 cr)
|Language of Instruction|
Course Staff and Contact Information
Dr. Timo Seppälä (email@example.com)
Tiina Ahva firstname.lastname@example.org
Timofei Telov email@example.com
Please include your student number and the course code TU-C2020 when e-mailing.