This is the second introductory course on the fundamental principles, problem areas and techniques of Quantitative Methods for business and management.
Students will be introduced to the basic concepts of modeling and analysis for supporting decision making. Concepts are introduced through examples of applications. Tools used include basic algebra, graphing and Excel.
At course completion, you should have:
Gained an appreciation for the role quantitative methods play in business decision-making.
Achieved a degree of facility modeling and solving management problems using Microsoft Excel.
Learned how to employ quantitative decision techniques to analyze managerial problems.
Increased critical thinking and quantitative reasoning skills.
Private / Public Sector
Statistician / Analyst
Introduction to Probability
Utility and Game Theory
Introduction to Linear Programming
Linear Programming Sensitivity Analysis
Linear Programming Applications
Waiting Line Models
PDF, moodle books
A basic knowledge of Mathematics, Statistics and Excel.
WHAT AM I ABLE TO GET OUT OF THIS COURSE
Learn how to employ quantitative decision techniques to analyze managerial problems.