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BA 302 Applied Quantitative Management Techniques

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Lecture notes

As stated in the Saint Martin's University catalog, this course provides "exposure to and practice in the use of mathematical tools for aiding managerial decision-making in the corporate and public sectors. Topics covered include mathematical modeling, linear and non-linear programming, network analysis, simulation and other topics at the instructor's discretion".

In this course I will introduce you to a number of quantitative models proven effective in solving certain classes of managerial problems. You will use these tools to model various representative sample problems in class and in homework. The tools to be surveyed include linear programming, network programming and analysis, forecasting, inventory control models, stochastic processes, decision theory, queuing theory, simulation, decision support systems and project management techniques. You will learn the strengths and weaknesses of various applications and limitations of the models presented.

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