OMIS 4000 3.00

Level Undergraduate
Department OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS - ROOM SSB 337N, (416) 736-5074 fax (416) 736-5762

This course surveys topics in prescriptive analytics. It focuses on developing quantitative methods and computer simulations to gain insight into real-world problems. Emphasis is placed on practical applications rather than mathematical proofs. Students are expected to create mathematical models and solve them using Excel and by programming in Python. Application areas include supply chain and revenue management, logistics, and healthcare. Previous programming knowledge is expected.

Prerequisites: SB/OMIS 2010 3.00 and SB/OMIS 2050 3.00