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post Jun 18 2007, 07:57 PM


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Sarjana Muda Pengurusan Operasi Dengan Kepujian. Anyone heard of this course from UUM? Ideas and comments?
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post Jun 18 2007, 09:21 PM


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Hi,

What's wrong with 'Bachelor Degree in Operations Management (Honors)'??

UUM has been famous in its mgmt course. Unless this is not the course you're applying?? Operation mgmt is a good course. Bright future.

If u need to know more about the life in UUM, you're welcome to PM me.

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post Jun 18 2007, 10:30 PM


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QUOTE(Melon @ Jun 18 2007, 09:21 PM)
Hi,

What's wrong with 'Bachelor Degree in Operations Management (Honors)'??
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If OpsManagement is a synonym for ops research then you're taking a first step into an interesting and challenging career.
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post Jun 18 2007, 10:40 PM


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QUOTE(Melon @ Jun 18 2007, 09:21 PM)
Hi,

What's wrong with 'Bachelor Degree in Operations Management (Honors)'??

UUM has been famous in its mgmt course. Unless this is not the course you're applying?? Operation mgmt is a good course. Bright future.

If u need to know more about the life in UUM, you're welcome to PM me.

Cheers

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There's nothing wrong. Just getting more info for my bro. icon_rolleyes.gif
Do you know what's the course about? Job prospects? Bright future seems vague. hmm.gif
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post Jun 18 2007, 11:58 PM


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QUOTE(whtrader @ Jun 18 2007, 10:40 PM)
There's nothing wrong. Just getting more info for my bro. icon_rolleyes.gif
Do you know what's the course about? Job prospects? Bright future seems vague. hmm.gif
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It's all about optimizing resources using scientific analysis (stats/algoritms etc) to solve some efficiency problem.

i.e. how to schedule delivery trucks to move products from a factory to the customer using fewest number of trucks/shortest route/fastest time;
how the assembly line in a factory is layout so you can get a finished product most efficiently

All this done using math/modeling/stats.
I did a one semester course on OR and found it really interesting (like you have 2 machines to create a product; one is faster but operates for fewer hours vs the other machine. How do you schedule the machines to get the optimal output?).
Incidentally I actually met a few OR people working in the semiconductor industry where they need to figure out how to produce chips in the most optimal fashion.
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post Jun 19 2007, 08:37 AM


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QUOTE(cks2k2 @ Jun 18 2007, 11:58 PM)
It's all about optimizing resources using scientific analysis (stats/algoritms etc) to solve some efficiency problem.

i.e. how to schedule delivery trucks to move products from a factory to the customer using fewest number of trucks/shortest route/fastest time;
how the assembly line in a factory is layout so you can get a finished product most efficiently

All this done using math/modeling/stats.
I did a one semester course on OR and found it really interesting (like you have 2 machines to create a product; one is faster but operates for fewer hours vs the other machine. How do you schedule the machines to get the optimal output?).
Incidentally I actually met a few OR people working in the semiconductor industry where they need to figure out how to produce chips in the most optimal fashion.
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Hey thanks for the description. Now I have an idea what Operations Management is about. laugh.gif It seems interesting and challenging as well.
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