Saint-Louis University - Bruxelles

INGE1310 - Operations management


Credits : 5

Lecturer :
Teaching assistant :
Mode of delivery :
Face-to-face , first term, 30 hours of theory and 15 hours of exercises.

Timetable :
First term
Monday from 14:00 to 16:00 at 119 Marais 3100

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Learning outcomes :
The course offers a general introduction to production, operations and supply chain management, focussing not only on the production and distribution of physical goods, but also the production and delivery of services.

To reach this objective, the course covers fundamental concepts in operations management, planning and logistics, and structural and tactic decision.

Prerequisites :
For the Bachelor : Business Engineering :

For the Bachelor in Economics and Management :

Co-requisites :

Course contents :
• Demand forecasting
• Stock management
• Planning
• Just-in-time
• Waiting-lines
• Quality management
• Project Management

Planned learning activities and teaching methods :
Ex cathedra presentations and exercises.

Assessment methods and criteria :
The summative assessment is a written closed-book examination lasting three hours. A summary written by the lectures will be distributed during the exam. This summary is also available on moodleUSL-B.

Recommended or required reading :
Management Industriel et Logistique, Concevoir et piloter la Supply Chain (6e édition)
par BAGLIN Gérard, BRUEL OLIVIER, Economica, 2013, ISBN: 9782717866179