ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 1 MME 3271

Dr Muataz AL Hazza

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7/28/2013

CONTENT  Ta’aruf  Course Outline  Course Objectives  Learning Outcomes Q & A .

Muataz Hazza F.Dr. Al Hazza BSc in Material engineering MSc in Engineering management PhD Manufacturing engineering Department of Manufacturing and Materials Engineering Kulliyyah of Engineering International Islamic University Malaysia Room: E-0-3-082 muataz@iium.my .edu.

3.Course Objectives 1. 2. 4. 5. Provide fundamental concepts of engineering management Discuss roles of engineering management Expose students to quantitative methods Emphasize on translation of real life problems into mathematical models Explain optimization techniques Dr Muataz AL Hazza 4 7/28/2013 .

Camm. Sweeney. Anderson.Textbook An Introduction to Management Science: Quantitative Approaches to Decision Making. Dennis J. Jeffrey D. & Kipp Martin Dr Muataz AL Hazza 5 7/28/2013 . Revised Thirteenth Edition David R. Thomas A. Williams.

. III (2008) Introduction To Management Science 9th Edition 3. Taylor. (2005).M. Engineering management challenges in the new millennium 2. Chang.Recommended references supporting the course 1. Samson (2001) management for engineers 3rd Edition Dr Muataz AL Hazza 6 7/28/2013 . (2006) quantitative analysis for management 9th Edition 4. Bernard W. C. Render et al.

Evaluation 1. Case study 10% 3. Assignments 5% 2. Mid Term 25% 4. Final Exam 45% Dr Muataz AL Hazza 7 7/28/2013 . Quizzes 15% 3.

sensitivity analysis. decision making without probabilities. decision making with probabilities. structuring the decision problem.Weekly Course Topics Week Topics 1 Concept Of Engineering Management Evolution Of Management Theories Roles of Engineering managers 2 Introduction to the quantitative analysis: Problem solving and decision making Quantitative analysis and decision making Decision analysis: Introduction. expected value of perfect information 3 Dr Muataz AL Hazza 8 7/28/2013 .

setting up the initial simplex table. graphical solution. special cases Linear programming: simplex method An . solving a minimization problem.Weekly Course Topics 4 Decision analysis: Decision analysis with sample information Efficiency of sample information Linear programming: graphical method Introduction. a simple maximization problem. special cases 5 6 Dr Muataz AL Hazza 9 7/28/2013 . a simple minimization problem. improving the solution. an overview of the simplex method.

alternative optimal solutions. maximization assignment problems. phase II. special cases. 9 Dr Muataz AL Hazza 10 7/28/2013 . transportation simplex method.Weekly Course Topics 7 8 Linear programming problems and case study Transportation and assignment problems: assignment problems. unbalanced assignment problems. phase I. Iterating to the optimal solution. Finding an initial feasible solution. unacceptable assignment Transportation and assignment problems: Transportation problem.

Inventory models Introduction. trend projection. smoothing methods. trend and seasonal components. role of project manager. Gantt chart. the components of the time series. correlation coefficients and qualitative methods. regression analysis. types and functions of inventory. CPM/PERT. ABC analysis. 12 13-14 Dr Muataz AL Hazza 11 7/28/2013 . economic order quantity(EOQ) model.Weekly Course Topics 10-11 Forecasting Introduction. Introduction to project management: project scheduling.

for the use and convenience of man.What is an Engineer? The first issue (1866) of the English Journal Engineering The art of directing the great sources of power in nature. Is it an art or profession? .

economically.Modern Definition of Engineering By ABET (Accrediting Board for Engineering and Technology) The profession in which a knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences gained by study. the materials and forces of the nature for the benefit of mankind. and practice is applied with judgement to develop ways to utilize. . experience. Engineer: A person applying his mathematical and science knowledge properly for mankind It is a discipline not an art.

Body of Knowledge  Management science  Is an approach to decision making based on the scientific method  Makes extensive use of quantitative analysis  The body of knowledge involving quantitative approaches to decision making is also referred to as   Operations research Decision science  It had its early roots in World War II and is flourishing in business and industry with the aid of computers .