Instructors Contact Information
Instructor Name: Dr. Mahrinasari MS, S.E., M.Sc
Dr. Ernie Hendrawaty, S.E., M.Si
Prakarsa Panji Negara, S.E., M.Si

Preferred method for reaching instructor: by email:
Office phone number: 0721-704622
Office address: Building D, 2nd Floor,
Faculty of Economics and Business,
The University of Lampung
Email address:,

Regularly scheduled office hours: Monday/15.30 -16.30
Is prior appointment required? Yes

Course Description

Decision making theory course is a mandatory course for management students with the credit
load 3 semesters. The students can learn, know, recognize, and understanding about the
concept of decision making theory, covering the role and definition of decision theory; decision
making models, decision making procedure, all others approach in decision making process
focusing in quantitative methods.

Student learning outcomes:

On completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Explain the role and definition of decision making
2. Describe the process of the decision making in term of management and business
problem in facing the business competition and the global environment trend
3. Analyze the decision making process of the practical business using the decision

Required Text:

1. Render, Barry; Stair Jr., Ralph M.; and Hanna, Michael E., 2003, “Quantitative
Analysis for Management,” Pearson Education, Inc, Prentice Hall.
2. Anderson, David R.; Sweeney, Dennis J.; Williams, Thomas A., 1995, “Quantitative
Methods for Business,” South-Western College Publishing, International Thomson
3. Goodwin, Paul and Wright, George, 2004, Decision Analysis for Management
Judgment, Third Edition, Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd, The Atrium, Southern
Gate, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 8SQ, England

The components that contribute to the determination of course grade:

Procedures to accomplish these objectives include: readings, lectures, class discussions and
presentation, and assignments result report.

7 & 9) Group 2 Geographical and Simplex Method: Book 2 (Ch. 16) The Analytic Hierarchy Process Quiz 2 Week 15 Group Assignment Report* Decision-making: Theory and practice. 10) Week 8 Mid Term Test Week 9 Network Models Book 1 (Ch. 12) Group 1 Week 10 Waiting line and queuing Book 1 (Ch.Tentative course schedule*: Syllabus: Class Introduction References Presenter/Speaker Week 1 Introduction to Decision Making Book 1 (Ch. 1) Week 2: Decision making analysis Using Book 1 (Ch. 2) Group I Probability concept Book 2 (Ch. 16) Group 1 Book 2 (Ch. 7 & 8) Quiz I Week 7 Transportations and Assignments Book 1 (Ch. 5) Book 3 (Ch. 14) Group 2 theory Book 2 (Ch. 18) Group Problems: Book 3 (Ch. 16) Week 12 Markov Analysis Book 1 (Ch. 4) Week 4 Game Theory Book 1 (Ch. 1). 18) Group 2 Problems: Goal Programming Week 14 Multi Criteria Decision Book 2 (Ch. 3) Group 2 Models Book 2 (Ch. 17) Week 13 Multi Criteria Decision Book 2 (Ch. 2 & 3) Book 3 (Ch 4) Week 3 Fundamental of Decision Theory Book 1 (Ch. By SM Turpin∗  Panel Group Presenters MA Marais  Presenters are chosen Randomly . 1) Lecturers Team Book 2 (Ch. 15) Group 3 Book 2 (Ch. 15) Week 11 Simulation Modeling Book 1 (Ch. 6) Week 6 Linear Programming Model: Book 1 (Ch. Group 3 Supplement Week 5 Decision Trees and Utility Theory Book 1 (Ch. 10) Group 3 Model Book 2 (Ch. 4) Group 1 Book 2 (Ch.

 Per university policy. If the attendance Maximum is for More than 80% 10% Group Assignments/Projects and 20% Presentation Individual Assignment** 20% 2 Quizzes 10% Mid-term 25% Final Exam 25% Total 110% Course Policies Class attendance:  On-time attendance at all class meetings is highly expected. failure to do the assignment will result in no credit for attendance that day. One half of your class participation grade is made up of class attendance.Week 16 Group Assignment Report* Mini Project:  All group must be ready to Decision Making present all simulation for Management decision making Using Model The assignments/ projects Analytic Hierarchy Process Grading Policy: Score Range Grade Grade Points Status ≥76 A 4 Pass 71 – 75 B+ 3.5 Pass 55 – 60 C 2 Pass 50 – 54 D 1 Pass ‹ 50 E 0 Fail Assesment: Class Attendance Incentive. excused absences are only granted in cases of serious illness (proved with physician or medical doctor letter) or grave family emergencies. and each unexcused absence will cause you to forfeit the attendance credit for that day.  Any student who misses his/her group presentation in recitation due to an unexcused absence will forfeit 50% of the oral presentation points earned by the group.5 Pass 66 – 70 B 3 Pass 61 – 65 C+ 2. .  If there is a written/homework assignment to complete for class (noted on the syllabus). and each of these situations must be documented to our satisfaction.  Missing more than 15 minutes of class (either through arriving late or leaving early) will count as missing the entire class.

3. plagiarism and other forms of cheating are absolutely unacceptable.  As per university’s academic rule and code of ethics. The group presentation assigned in each class will present the written result of the resume in front of class. 5. Plagiarism. The Topic of article is based on the topic above. Submission of Assignments: 1. It is the student's responsibility to inform the instructor of the absence preferably in advance. 5.  No Trash in Class. or related to decision making theory. Each group has to make resume all the topics material above and the written result of the resume must be performed in the power point. Comment of You for that solutions/ Critical Review from your point. The article can be referred to international publication journal. Bandarlampung. other circumstances you find to be "reasonable cause for nonattendance". Academic Integrity. also include minimum 2 questions for stimulating active discussion. 2017 Signed by PIC Class . 2. serious illness. Cheating. University-related trips. Make-up opportunity: For those who have an excused absence. Students in this class must maintain the trash. The presentation must include practical examples of the topic that your group is assigned as attachments. Problems: Theoretical Review. major religious holidays. 4. Written report of group presentation is due one day before presentation is scheduled. there will be an opportunity to make up missed work and/or exams. March 7. and make sure the class clean. illness or death of family member. ** Individual assignment taken from scientific article must be written as a resume and submitted at the end of semester before final term test. using the power point tool. 4. and others:  Students must up hold the academic honesty by avoiding any forms of cheating.  One of forms of plagiarism is cutting and pasting information from the Internet without crediting the source. 3. Bring with you any medical doctor prove of your illness or other proves of your absences for verification purpose.Excused Absences: The following situations are as acceptable reasons for excused absences: 1. Solutions of The Problems or Discussion. but no later than one week after it. The Format Resume consists of Background. 2.

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