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Sta. Filomena, Dipolog City

Course Code MGT. 4
Course Credit 3 units


COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course examines the concepts, processes, and methods of managing and controlling operations in manufacturing or service settings.
Current issues such as globalization, supply chain strategy, E-business, and ERP are analyzed.


By the end of their four-year stay at DMC, students should be able to:

1. Manifest academic excellence through their globally-competitive skills and desirable work ethics.
2. Exemplify the qualities of a graduate who achieves optimum integral human development.
3. Exhibit leadership by developing socially-oriented programs for disadvantaged communities to promote social justice, equity and transformation leading to self-
4. Apply their acquired technology-based skills to their chosen field of practice.
5. Demonstrate excellence as active partners in nation-building through research and innovation.
6. Advocate nationalism through athletics, culture and the arts.

Constantly update the curricula and inform students on the latest developments in the accountancy profession brought about by the rapidly changing technology PROGRAM-LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: By the end of their four-year stay in the program. the students can: 1. globally aware. Demonstrate working knowledge in the areas of financial accounting and reporting. preparing reports and making decisions. Appraise ethical problems / issues in practical business and accounting situations and recommend appropriate course of action that adheres to the professional code of ethics. civic-mindedness and responsible citizenship. accounting information systems and accounting research with the values of fairness. Apply acquired knowledge and skills to pass Certified Public Accountant licensure examinations and other certification examinations. ethical. . Provide students with technology-based training and practical exercises applicable in the accountancy profession. Demonstrate leadership qualities. cost accounting and management. 2. 3. 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY CURRICULAR PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: By the end of the four-year program. MGT. Provide a foundation of professional knowledge. 4. 4. 3. Produce graduates who are computer literate. 6. and effective communicators both oral and written. diligence. 2. DMC should be able to: 1. transparency. hard work. and professional values. professional skills. management accounting. Prepare students for the CPA licensure examinations and for employment in private establishment and public sector (government agencies). analytical. auditing. 5. 6. critical thinkers. ethics and attitudes that enable students to continue to learn and adapt to change throughout their professional lives. Demonstrate self-confidence in performing functions as a professional accountant. Employ technology as a business tool in capturing financial and non-financial information. honesty. innovativeness and risk taking. accountability. Produce well-rounded professional accountants of the future who are able to demonstrate learned concepts and principles with ethical decision capable of making a positive contribution to the profession and society in which they work 5. thereby prepare them to adapt to the ever-changing demands of the real business world. patience.

Enhance and develop the learner’s potentials by applying the acquired skills and knowledge in achieving the goals of daily undertakings. and confrontations to be able to develop acceptance of certain Responsible responsibilities towards enhancement of public relation with the community they served. 3. family. Analyze contemporary theory and applications of manufacturing or service operations in a global business environment. talented/Versatile Committed to Serve Internalize the essence of service to oneself. 6. By the end of this course. 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY 1. Explain the key performance measures of operations. the students are able to: Graduate Attribute God Fearing Manifest the spirit of Faith by internalizing and applying the principles of oneness. community and the country which are among the significant values of a good business administrator or marketing manager. students should be able to: 3. II. COURSE-LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: 2. 4. Describe the value chain and the use of current management theories and tools. 2. 5. . MGT. Expected DMCian Identify Desired Result: By the end of the program. meetings. Evaluate the interaction between operations management and other business functions. 4. Knowledgeable Inculcate the significance of various learning processes towards attainment of goals to become productive graduate and effective business administrators or marketing managers. peace and prosperity through Gospel teachings in any circumstances regardless of beliefs. 1. Socially Strengthen awareness on the significance of social gatherings. Multi.

dedication Public Community irregular appearances performing responsibilities and service for the safety Services with the occurred. attainment of the assigned due to its physical excellent individual’s tasks. are visible. difficulties. initiative. beneficial and for the with challenging initiatives. group performed their hesitant. disagreeable and tasks with genuine responsive and showed tasks without punctuality disobedient. MGT. sincerity. Total avoidance of the welfare of DMCians commitment. Perceptive Performed the tasks Interpretations of the tasks Reflections and opinions The group performance of creatively. social responsibility. circumstances. Relation principles. (Knowledgeable) Innovative The performance of the The duties and functions Some members displayed Displayed no interest in assigned tasks was were performed with interest towards the the performance of tasks genuinely based on strategies and techniques. 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY Expected DMCian Graduate Attribute Rubrics Excellent (4) Proficient (3) Adequate (2) Limited (1) Score (Socially Responsible) Obedient All group participants were Almost all members of the Some members of the All members were active and performed the group were participative. sincerity values of the college. Strategic Displays high level of Capable of establishing Lacks the skills. (Committed to Serve) Committed to service for Has displayed high level Performed tasks related to Punctuality does not exist. and poor and lacks of self- and security of every observance of Public services to all concerned confidence in delivering DMCian. acceptance of the tasks. practically not visible. . welfare of all concerned. opinions Incapable of carrying tasks performance and even methods that are and ideas when confronted as expected due to limited beyond expectations. critically objectives were based on are somehow based on the assigned tasks were coupled with honesty and the set principles and the courtesy and respect. and honesty.

Topics. and .ZEROING IN ON 1. *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON Functions 2. RUBRICS MODEL 2.) describe the functions of operations.) describe the importance of operation Services functions. Time Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Strategies Outcomes-Based Allotment (SLO) (AS) Assessment/Results/Evidence (OBARE) PRELIMINIARY COVERAGE MODULE 1 : 3 Hours Students are expected to: *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 1.) explain the significance of operation *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES OPERATIONS and production in a business *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS 1. Operation Interrelated with other organization. GRADING SYSTEM Preliminary Grade (PG) Midterm Grade (MG) Pre-final Grade (PFG)/ Finals Grade (FG) Semestral Final Grade (FG) PRELIM EXAM 40% MIDTERM EXAM 40% PREFINAL EXAM 40% FINA EXAM 40% PG 25% QUIZZES 25% QUIZZES 25% QUIZZES 25% QUIZZES 25% MG 25% ORAL RECITATION/ ORAL RECITATION/ ORAL RECITATION/ ORAL RECITATION/ PFG 25% REPORTING/ REPORTING/ REPORTING/ REPORTING/ FG 25% REQUIREMENTS 25% REQUIREMENTS 25% REQUIREMENTS 25% REQUIREMENTS 25% FG 100% ATTENDANCE 10% ATTENDANCE 10% ATTENDANCE 10% ATTENDANCE 10% 100% 100% 100% 100% Course Objectives. Operations: Providing Goods or 3. MGT. . 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY III.

4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY 3. Managers’ Roles in Operation MODULE 2 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module.FORECASTING DEMAND *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES *CASE STUDIES 1. From Overall Strategy to Operations production and operations strategy. *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS *ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 3. Using Computers to Forecast . RUBRICS MODEL Strategy 3. Subjective Forecasting Methods in production and operations. describe the importance of strategies in *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON *ORAL RECITATIONS 2. Overview of Forecasting Methods 1. *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES *CASE STUDIES Chapter 2-OPERATION STRATEGY 1. Causal Models 8. *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS *TERM EXAMINATIONS 1. MGT. 4. Product Development and Design: Important Strategy Factors MODULE 3 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module. and. Operations: A Vital Element in operation. 7.) explain the importance of forecasting *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS *TERM EXAMINATIONS 2.enumerate and explain some 3. Strategy 4. Time Series Smoothing 3. and 5. Measures of Forecast Accuracy forecasting Methods. Time Series Decomposition computers in forecasting. *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON *ORAL RECITATIONS 3. describe the advantages of using 6. Strategy Provides focus 2.) enumerate and define the managers Function role in operation. students are *RESULT OF QUIZZES *QUIZZES expected to. Quantitative Forecasting Methods 2. Importance of the Operations 4. students are *RESULT OF QUIZZES *QUIZZES Objectives: expected to.) enumerate and illustrate several RUBRICS MODEL 4. explain strategies are formulated.

Key Aspects of Quality 4. Units that Support Materials Flow 2. Steps in Managing Products Managing Products. and 5.) identify and describe the different * Product Strategies dimensions of a product quality. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. Product Life Cycle 5.) enumerate and define the steps in RUBRICS MODEL 3. Branding Decisions branding decisions. *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 2. RUBRICS MODEL 2. Just-in-Time Production .) enumerate the factors to consider in 6.) illustrate the product life cycle.) describe the relationship between *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS materials management and production *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 1. Purchasing purchasing to the quality of the operation. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to.) enumerate and explain some Inventories inventory models. MIDTERM COVERAGE MODULE 5 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module. Critical Skills in Product 1.) identify the importance of proper 3. * Product Objectives 3. Single-Period and Multiple-Period 3.PRODUCT MANAGEMENT *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES 1. 4. MGT.OVERVIEW OF MATERIALS *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES MANAGEMENT 1. Materials Flow is a Major Objective and operation management. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 4. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 5. 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY MODULE 4 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module. 4. 5. Managing the Product 2.) describe the significance of product *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS Management management . Inventory and. 5.

. 4. Facility Location in Models location models. *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 1. Behavioral Impact in Facility 4.) illustrate facility location planning RUBRICS MODEL 2. enumerate and explain some facility 3.) describe the need for facility location *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS planning. Location Planning 3. MODULE 7 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module.) enumerate and describe some Repetitive Manufacturing Implications comparative approaches in manufacturing for Layout layouts.LAYOUT PLANNING *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES 1. Developing the Product Layout: 3. 4. and . students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 7. Comparative Approaches to 4. Developing the Process Layout: services. 3. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter – FACILITY LOCATION *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES PLANNING 1.) enumerate and explain layout models Assembly Line Models and Behavior and behaviours . RUBRICS MODEL Models and Behavior 2.) identify the layout process. General Procedures for Facility procedures. .) explain the importance of layout in the *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS 1. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. Layout Concepts operation and production of goods and *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 2. MGT. Need for Facility Location Planning 2. describe the behavioural impact of Location facility location. 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY MODULE 6 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES 1. explain the impact of compensation in Standards the production and operation. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY MODULE 8 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module. 3. Project Planning management in the organization. AND 1. Managing Project scheduling models. Work Measurement 5. Project Scheduling Models 2. . *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 2.) describe the importance of job design. PRODUCTION *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES AND OPERATIONS STANDARDS. Job Design 2. explain how production and operation Approaches standards is formulated.) identify and describe the roles of project managers.) describe the importance of project *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS 1. RUBRICS MODEL 1. Compensation SEMI-FINALS COVERAGE MODULE 9 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module.) enumerate and explain project RUBRICS MODEL 3. Production and Operations 4. *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS WORK MEASUREMENT standards and work measurement in a *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON business organizations success. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. Effective Job Design: Combining be achieve. 4. and. Engineering and Behavioural 3.JOB DESIGN. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 8. 3. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 9.) explain how effective job design can 2. MGT.

What Are Intermittent Systems? 2. *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 1. Aggregate Planning for Service 5.) discuss the significance of maintaining 3. Priority Sequencing systems. explain the factors to be considered in 3. outline the advantages and 4.OPERATIONS *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES SCHEDULING 1.)outline and discuss major differences 6. 7. 5. Operations Planning and aggregate output and capacity. Planning Process 3. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 11.) explain what is a job shop or *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS intermittent systems. MGT. Implementing Aggregate Plans and forecast errors. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. 5. Expediting . Master Scheduling and Rough-Cut disadvantages of the three pure Capacity Planning strategies of aggregate planning. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to.) identify elements of human behaviour RUBRICS MODEL 2. Detailed Scheduling 4. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 10. RUBRICS MODEL Scheduling Systems 2. 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY MODULE 10 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module. demonstrate how aggregate planning Organizations and scheduling costs are affected by 6. Strategies for Developing selecting a planning horizon. Master Schedules MODULE 11 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module. Finite Loading between finite and infinite loading.) identify the relevant costs that should *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS be considered in developing a plan for *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 1. Basic Concepts in the Aggregate aggregate capacity planning.) compare and contrast rough-cut with 2. and Processes 3.SCHEDULING SYSTEMS *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES AND AGGREGATE PLANNING 1. Loading data integrity in computerized scheduling 4. Aggregate Plans 4. Intermittent Scheduling Concepts that are affected by job-shop scheduling.

students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to.) give examples of non-organizational 3. Behavioral Pitfalls in Inventory system compared with the Control quantity/reorder inventory system . Inventory Concepts 3. Deterministics Inventory Models measure and establish service levels.INVENTORY CONTROL *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES APPLICATIONS 1. MGT. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. Stochastics Inventory Models 2. 2. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 12. FINALS COVERAGE MODULE 13 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module. 3. Deterministics Inventory Models control elements and its information flow.) discuss the advantages and RUBRICS MODEL 3. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 13. *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 2. Inventory Control in Application disadvantages of the periodic inventory 4.) relate individual propensity for risk taking to decision making in inventory control. . Demand and Control System 2. *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 1.) differentiate between multistage and RUBRICS MODEL Characteristics multiechelon inventories.) identify and describe the elements of *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS control systems.INVENTORY CONTROL *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES FUNDAMENTALS 1. Inventory Costs control system and identify its goals. 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY MODULE 12 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module.) explain three common ways to *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS 1. its 4.

6. Managerial Responsibility in 1. explain and describe the roles and 4. 5. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 2. Product Quality 2. Manufacturing Resource Planning planning.) explain how strategy and quality RUBRICS MODEL 3. Applying MRP as a Scheduling and 2. and Control quality good s and services. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 15. Services 3. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. MGT. MODULE 15: 3 Hours At the end of the Module. Analysis for Improvement.) outline the purposes of MRP and *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS explain how an MRP system can achieve *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 1. Planning for Materials Needs these purposes.MATERIALS *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES REQUIREMENTS PLANNING 1. Purchasing 3.) identify the basic issues involved in Ordering System capacity management and describe how 3. Behavior and Quality . 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY MODULE 14 : 3 Hours At the end of the Module.MANAGING FOR QUALITY *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES 1. Managing for Quality Products and interrelate. describe the relationship between and Actions to Improve Quality behaviour and quality. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 14.) discuss the roles of the cost of quality *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS Managing for Quality planning. RUBRICS MODEL 2. responsibility of managers in producing Assurance. explain the role of the master production schedule and how it relates to the other elements of an MRP system. Management-Initiated Approaches 4. 5. Limitations and Advantages of MRP these are treated in detailed capacity 4.

) describe the relationship between 4. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 17. 3. *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS 2. Regular attendance is required of all students. System Dynamics COURSE POLICIES 1.) discuss the steps in a process capability study. RUBRICS MODEL Management 2. *ASSIGNMENTS *RESULTS OF ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 16. Dynamics of Production and Operations bringing about change in the organization. MODULE 17: 3 Hours At the end of the Module. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. . Acceptance Sampling inspection and acceptance sampling.) identify different types of inspection *TERM EXAMINATIONS *RESULTS OF TERM EXAMINATIONS 1.THE CONVERSION 1. A student who has incurred absences of more than twenty (20%) of the required total number of class hours and laboratory periods in a given time shall be considered failed. Inspection 2. Three late entrances shall be counted as an absence for the purpose of record keeping. A student is considered absent. students are *QUIZZES *RESULT OF QUIZZES expected to. 3. MGT. 4. from class if he/she is not present within the first third fraction of the scheduled class time. Attendance is counted upon the first day of regular classes regardless of the date of the student’s enrollment.QUALITY ANALYSIS AND *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES CONTROL 1. Process Variation and discuss their roles in the quality *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 2. RUBRICS MODEL 3.) explain the strategies for behavioural *CASE STUDIES *RESULT OF CASE STUDIES PROCESS IN CHANGE change. Statistical Process Control assurance and control process . 4 SYLLABUS DMCCF-SBA-BS ACCOUNTANCY MODULE 16: 3 Hours At the end of the Module. Tardiness beyond twenty (20) minutes is considered an absence. 2.) explain the role of top management in *ORAL RECITATIONS *ORAL RECITATION BASED ON 1.