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3
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Semester
Course Name
Application
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Lab
Quantitative Methods
BA503
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(hour/week)
COURSE INTRODUCTION AND APPLICATION INFORMATION

Pre-requisites
Course Language
Course Type
Course Level
Course Coordinator
Course Lecturers

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Course Assistants
Course Objective

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Course Learning
Outcomes

Course Content
(Short definition)

IUE Credit

ECTS
Credit

None
English
Compulsory
Graduate
Asst. Prof. Dr. Yiit Kazanolu
Asst. Prof. Dr. Yiit Kazanolu
(C-830 / Phone: 4888346 / yigit.kazancoglu@ieu.edu.tr)
http://homes.ieu.edu.tr/ykazancoglu
Check the course websites frequently for the class notes, assignments and
announcements.
Res. Asst. Muhittin Sanak (C-901 / Phone: 4889870 / muhittin.sagnak@ieu.edu.tr)
To develop an understanding of Management Science to solve the decision-making
problems that confronts and confounds managers in both the public and the private
sector by developing mathematical models of those problems, to understand the
relationship between Management Science, operations and other business functions,
such as Marketing, Finance Accounting, and Human Resources, to demonstrate the
use of mathematical models, modeling and solution techniques
The students who are able to finish this course sucesfully;
1) will be able to define the basic concepts of Management Science
2) will be able to model these concepts in public and private sector business
activities
3) will be able to apply the basic concepts of various administrative activities
4) be able to show the integral relationship to analyze complex administrative
problems
This course is based on operations research in management decision making, and the
mathematical methods will be taught.

WEEKLY SUBJECTS AND RELATED PREPARATION STUDIES


Week
Subjects
Related Preparation
Introduction to Management
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
1
Science
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Linear Programming: Model
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
2
Formulation and Graphical Solution
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
3
Linear Programming: Computer
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
Solution and Sensitivity Analysis
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice

Linear Programming: Modeling


Examples

Linear Programming: Modeling


Examples
Integer Programming

6
7

BAYRAM
MIDTERM EXAM 1

8
9

Transportation, Transshipment and


Assignment Problems

10

Transportation, Transshipment and


Assignment Problems
Network Flow Models

11
Project Management
12
MIDTERM EXAM 2
13
Decision Analysis
14
Forecasting
15
SOURCES
Course Notes
Other Sources

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Presentation
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Exams
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EVALUATION SYSTEM
SEMESTER REQUIREMENTS

Hall, New Jersey.


Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.
Introduction to Management Science. Bernard
W. Taylor III, Tenth Edition, Prentice
Hall, New Jersey.

Parts from book that mentioned above and PowerPoint presentations


Operations Research Applications and Algorithms, Wayne L. Winston, Fourth Edition,
Thomson Books
Students do not make presentations.
Mathematical modelling questions are asked in the exam.

Attendance
Lab
Application
Field Work
Special Course Internship
Homework Assignments
Presentations
Project
Seminar
Mid-Terms
Final

NUMBER

PERCENTAGE
OF GRADE

30

70

TOTAL

100
100

TOTAL

100

PERCENTAGE OF SEMESTER WORK


PERCENTAGE OF FINAL WORK