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  • Program tanımları
    Amerika’da New York eyelatindeki Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) ve Istanbul Yeditepe Üniversitesi ‘Üretimde Yönetim Liderliği’ çift diplomalı yüksek lisans programını Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü altında sunmaktadır. RIT’deki Endüstri ve Sistem Mühendisliği Ana Bilim Dalı’nda mevcut olan ‘Üretimde Yönetim Liderliği’ Programını temel alan yeni düzenlenmiş program Yeditepe Üniversitesi’nde en az bir yıl sürecek bir program olarak hem RIT hem Yeditepe Üniversitesi öğretim üyeleri tarafından verilen dersler ile sunulmaktadır.

    Programın sonunda başarılı öğrencilere, Yeditepe ve RIT’den ‘Mühendislik Yüksek Lisans’ diploması ve RIT’den ‘Tedarik Zincir Yönetimi’ Serfikası verilecektir.

    Bu heyecan verici programa katılanlan öğrencilere günümüz rekabetçi ekonomisinde gerekli olan ileri teknik ve liderlik becerilerini geliştirmelerinde yardımcı olacak dersler açılmaktadır.
    Bu programda, RIT öğretim üyeleri tarafından verilen iki ders yazın dört hafta boyunca Rochester’de, Tedarik Zincir Yönetimini sağlayacak diğer üç ders ise RIT öğretim üyeleri tarafından Yeditepe Üniversitesi’nde verilecektir.

    Bu program YÖK ve New York Eyaleti tarafından onaylanmıştır.

    DERS PROGRAMI


    YEDITEPE FACULTY AT YEDITEPE UNIVERSITY

    Statistic

    MML 571     Multi Criteria Decision Making      
    MML 572     Probabilistic Models in OR      
    MML 573     Forecasting      
    MML 574     Quality Control and Management      
     
    System
    MML 575     Special Topics in Control Theory      
    MML 576     Information System Analysis and Design      
    MML 577     Operation Research      
    MML 578     Advanced Methods in OR      
    MML 579     Database Management      
    MML 580     Object Oriented Programming      
     
    Business
    MML 581     Advanced Project Management      
    MML 582     Accounting & Finance      
    MML 583     Games & Seminars      
    MML 584     Leadership      
     
    Other IS
    MML 585     Internet Technologies & Programming      
     

    RIT FACULTY AT YEDITEPE UNIVERSITY OR RIT

    Statistic
    0303-750 (MML 541)     Management of Quality Control Systems      
    0307-781 (MML 542)     Quality Management      
     
    Manufacturing
    0303-760 (MML 543)     Manufacturing Systems      
     
    Systems
    0303-760 (MML 544)     Product and Process Design and Development      
    0303-626 (MML 545)     Contemporary Production Systems      
     
    Business
    0101-703 (MML 546)     Accounting for Desicion Makers      
    0101-794 (MML 547)     Cost Accounting for Tech. Organizations      
    0102-740 (MML 548)     Organizational Behaviour and Leadership      
     
    Other IS
    0303-723 (MML 549)     Global Facilities Planning      
    0303-762 (MML 550)     Systems Modeling and Desicion Making      
    0303-710 (MML 551)     Systems Simulation      
    0303-784 (MML 552)     Systems and Project Management      
    0614-726 (MML 553)     Project Management      
     
    Other
    0303-801     Supply Chain Management      
    0303-704 (MML 555)     Logistics Management      
    Elective Course     
    Elective Course      
     
    Capstone Project
    0303-891 (MML 556)     Capstone Integrative Project

    DERS İÇERİKLERİ

    MML 571 Multi Criteria Decision Making
    Modeling and formulation of the problem. Specification of criteria and objectives for complex decisions. Determination of alternatives and decision-making process. Analysis of selected multi criteria decision-making problems are main topics in this course.

    MML 572 Probabilistic Models in OR
    Review of probability theory, Markov chains, Poisson Processes, queuing and reliability models.

    MEEM 573 Forecasting
    Introducing the basic principles and methods of forecasting. Moving Averages. Exponential Smoothing (Simple, Holt’s, Winters’). Regression Methods. Time Series Decomposition. ARIMA Models and ARIMA Forecasting.

    MML 574 Quality Control and Management
    In addition to the concept of Total Quality Management, this course includes statistical quality control subjects such as set up and evaluation of various control charts, graphical methods, specifications, tolerance limits, process capacity indexes, acceptance sampling.

    MML 575 Special Topics in Control Theory
    Control system design using PI-D and I-PD controllers. Digital PID controller design. Systems identification using decomposition and cross-correlation techniques. Auto-tuning. Commercial self-tuning controllers. Optimal control and design of Linear quadratic Regulators. PLC, DCS and Instrumentation structures and control networks. Student Term projects.

    MML 576 Information System Analysis and Design
    Info systems in inanimate and animate objects, communities and organizations, Information Theory, Persistent and Transient Data Structures, Relational databases, query Languages, RDB design, Data modeling, Fundamental issuesin Intelligence Systems Knowledge representation and reasoning, Search and Constraint Satisfaction, Information storage, retrieval and data mining, Requirements analysis & modeling for Human-Computer Interaction and information systems; Local area, wide area and internet-based networks; Object-oriented analysis and design; Object oriented Testing and Metrics Maintenance and Mgmt of Info. Systems, hypertext and media, digital libraries, multimedia info systems.

    MML 577 Operation Research
    Linear programming and extensions. Transportation and assignment problems. Introductory integer programming. Deterministic model building in different application areas. Network models. Minimum cost network flows, shortest path, maximum flow problems. Course contents are supported by computer programs.

    MML 578 Advanced Methods in OR
    Introduction to fundamental concepts of optimization in graduate level. Mathematical modeling in deterministic and stochastic environments, mathematical optimization, network analysis, decision theory, theory and applied topics in stochastic processes.

    MML 579 Database Management

    Basic Concepts, Storage Structures, Data Structures and Their Operators, The Relational Data Structure, Relational Algebra, Relational Calculus, Further Normalization, Integrity and Recovery, Concurrency, Security, Distributed Databases, Additional topics, Course Overwiev.

    MML 580 Object Oriented Programming
    Overview of Object-Oriented Programming; Object, classes, inheritance, abstract classes, Advantages of object-oriented programming and design; Basics of the Java Programming Language; Data types, operations, conditionals, loops. Method, classes, member variables. Inheritance, interfaces, abstract classes. Graphical User Interface Programming, Designing and using simple GUIs. Events, event driven programming. Object Model and Application Design; Applications and Applets. Designing object models.

    MML 581 Advanced Project Management
    Project management concepts such as project structure, project scope and its elements are introduced. Time and cost dimensions in project scheduling are discussed. Network analysis techniques such as CPM, PERT and GERT are presented in this course.

    MML 582 Accounting & Finance
    Business environment; Importance of accounting procedures and managerial finance for business entities; Alternative forms of business organizations, The generally accepted accounting principles; Financial statements, balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flows, recording business transactions; T-accounts and journal entries, recording business transactions; General ledgers and preparation of the trial balance, preparation of the balance sheet and the income statement, and financial ratios for performance evaluation, cost-volume-profit analysis and variable costing vs. absorption costing, financial environment; Financial markets; Financial assets; Financial institutions, time value of money; Future value; Present value; Ordinary annuities due; Present and future value of uneven cash flow stream, valuation concepts; Bond valuation;Yield-to-maturity calculations; Interest rate risk on a bond, valuation of common stocks; Risk on common stocks; CAMP, capital budgeting techniques; Payback period; Net present value; Internal rate of return, Cost of capital and the capital structure; WACC and the target capital mix, final.

    MML 585 Internet Technologies & Programming
    Web servers (Apache, IIS), requests and responses (HTTP), secure Socket Layer (SSL), Hypertext Markup Language (HTML 4.0), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS2), Extensible Markup Language (XML, XHTML, XSLT), DOM and SAX parsers, Dynamic HTML (JavaScript, VBScript, Active X), Forms, Common Gate Interface (CGI/Perl), Database Connectivity (MySQL), Java servlets, server side programming (ASP, NET, ASP.NET, PHP, JSP), web services (SOAP).

    0303-750 (MML 541) Management of Quality Control Systems
    This course is designed to expose upper-level students to managerial aspects of quality systems, with an emphasis on lean thinking and a customer-centric approach to quality. Students will learn to measure, analyze, improve, and control quality systems, consistent with corporate objectives. Implications associated with the management of quality objectives in a global supply chain will be addressed. Ideas from a number of experts (Juran, Gryna, Crosby, Taguchi, Deming, etc.) will afford an overview of topics such as fitness for use, cost of quality, quality planning, statistical quality control, and experimental design for quality improvement. Frameworks such as “lean six sigma” will be utilized, and students will meet objectives associated with contemporary industry certification programs.

    0307-781 (MML 542) Quality Management
    This course focuses on ASQ’s Certified Quality Manager body of knowledge and introduces process improvement methodologies, including the Six-Sigma framework. Topics include quality standards and awards, organization for quality, customer satisfaction, continuous improvement, team management, quality costs, project management, and process improvement methodologies.

    0303-760 (MML 543) Manufacturing Systems
    The course introduces the principles of planning and designing modern manufacturing systems that are consistent with corporate objectives. Topics include enterprise and manufacturing strategies, systems thinking and systems concepts, process and management choices, lean manufacturing, architecting flexible manufacturing systems, architecting efficient manufacturing, systems, manufacturing in the extended enterprise, manufacturing support systems, justification and planning and information systems for manufacturing, and production control.

    0303-760 (MML 544) Product and Process Design and Development
    This course covers the principles of product, manufacturing process and supply chain development in an integrated fashion. It will draw on Fine’s FAT 3DCE and double helix models as frameworks within which to examine the linkages between design specifications and manufacturability, between product architecture and the manufacturing system, between the manufacturing system and the supply chain and between in-house and outsourced manufacturing. Major topics include: product strategies, product architectures and manufacturing strategies; product development processes and organizations; product requirements and benchmarking; concept generation and evaluation; the application of systems engineering tools to product design; design for ‘X’ (manufacturing/ assembly/ service/ environment, etc.); and life cycle costing.

    0303-626 (MML 545) Contemporary Production Systems
    Description: The focus of this course is lean. Lean is about doing more with less: less human effort, less equipment, less time, less space. In other words, lean is about the application of industrial engineering principles and tools to the entire supply chain or value stream. The focus of this course will be learning and applying the principles and tools of lean such as value, value stream mapping, takt, flow, pull, kaizen, standard work, line design, and others, all in the context of continuous process improvement. By the end of this course, the student will possess the essential tools and skills to apply lean in their production system from either a line (supervisor or manager) or staff role.

    0101-703 (MML 546) Accounting for Desicion Makers
    SAn introduction to accounting concepts and the use of accounting information by decision makers. Topics include financial statements; measurement of assets, liabilities, equities, and income; financial statement analysis, cost behavior and measurement; profitability analysis; relevant costs for special decisions; budgeting; and responsibility accounting. Consideration is given to the role of information technology in the development and use of accounting information.

    0101-794 (MML 547) Cost Accounting for Tech. Organizations

    A first course in accounting for students in technical disciplines. Topics include the distinction between external and internal accounting, cost behavior, product costing, profitability analysis, performance evaluation, capital budgeting, and transfer pricing. Emphasis is on issues encountered in technology intensive manufacturing organizations.

    0102-740 (MML 548) Organizational Behaviour and Leadership
    This course examines why people behave as they do in organizations and what managers can do to improve organizational performance by influencing people’s behavior. Students will be exposed to the ways in which organizations and their members affect one another and to different frameworks for diagnosing and dealing with problems in organizational settings. Topics include motivation, team building, conflict resolution, leadership, organizational change, and managing organizational cultures.

    0303-723 (MML549) Global Facilities Planning
    This course addresses the planning, design, and utilization of fixed assets associated with design, manufacturing, storage and distribution, service and support functions. Assets include buildings, capital equipment, tooling, offices, storage space, and other equipment. Students consider facilities planning and decision making in a global context, including challenges associated with multi-site production and operations. Topics include: strategic planning; product, process, and schedule design; determining flow, resource, and space requirements; layout at the plant, department, and workplace level; design of material handling systems; design of storage and warehousing; storage and retrieval policies; process technology transfer; incorporation of lean principles; quantitative design and analysis tools. Students will understand the link between business goals and the specific design and engineering activities needed to complete a global facilities plan. Site visits are included.

    0303-762 (MML 550) Systems Modeling and Desicion Making
    This course emphasizes how process modeling and simulation can be utilized to aid business and technical decision making. Students will learn to identify and analyze key decision making factors associated with topics such as sourcing and the supply chain, lean manufacturing systems, product and service delivery, activity based costing, call centers, and order-to-cash systems. Students will also learn how to identify performance measures for a manufacturing or service systems and use those measures in the evaluation of system performance. A high-level modeling language will be utilized to simulate systems and examine performance. (Requires acceptance into the MML program or permission of instructor)

    0303-710 (MML 551) Systems Simulation
    Methods of modeling and computer simulation of stochastic and dynamic manufacturing systems are discussed. A high-level simulation language such as ProModel, ARENA, etc., will be used to model the system and examine system performance. Model validation, design of simulation experiments, variance reduction techniques and random number generation will be discussed as time permits.

    0303-784 (MML 552) Systems and Project Management
    Systems and Project Management ensures progress toward objectives, proper deployment and conservation of human and financial resources, and achievement of cost and schedule targets. The focus of this course is on the utilization of a diverse set of project management methods and tools. Topics include strategic project management, project and organizational learning, cost, schedule planning and control, structuring of performance measures and metrics, technical teams and project management, information technology support of teams, risk management, and process control. Course delivery consists of lectures, speakers, case studies, and experience sharing, and reinforces collaborative project-based learning and continuous improvement.

    0614-726 (MML 553) Project Management
    This course addresses the processes and skills needed for successful project management in the Telecommunications industry. Topics in the course are project life cycle, planning templates, project deliverables, project work breakdown structure, estimating resources and task costs, Gantt charts, PERT techniques, project team duties and responsibilities, project team management techniques and software tools for large projects. The course includes an applied project planning assignment in which students define a project related to the telecommunications industry and use Microsoft (MS) Project software and “best practices” to properly plan the project tasks, schedule and budget.

    0303-703 (MML 554) Supply Chain Management

    As business competition becomes global and product life cycles shorten, the need exists for a systems approach to studying all elements of the supply chain. This course will give students breadth of knowledge in Supply Chain Management along with strategies that can be utilized in the design and operation of efficient subsystems within the supply chain. Students will understand the supply chain in the context of the business value chain and profitability goals. This course will take a “macro” view, without emphasizing the details of each subcomponent within the supply chain. For example, the importance of warehouse location and its impact on the overall system will be considered without looking at details associated with material handling within a warehouse.

    0303-704 (MML 555) Logistics Management

    The course is designed to give students the knowledge and experience of logistics problem solving. Attention is given to such problems as transportation and network planning, inventory decision making, facility location planning, vehicle routing, and logistics forecasting. Students will learn to use several quantitative tools commonly used in the field of logistics, which include algebra, geometry, differential calculus, and mathematical programming.

    0303-891 (MML 556) Capstone Integrative Project
    The purpose of the project is for students to demonstrate integrative application of knowledge and skills that they have acquired during the program. A capstone project will be oriented to the solution of manufacturing, operations, or supply chain management problem or to technically related processes. Each project will define an actual problem and solve it, or select and develop a needed process. Each project must be approved in advance by the Capstone Coordinator. A suitable project will be multi-disciplinary or multi-functional in nature and will have significant impact on one or more competitive capabilities of the organization, e.g., quality, lead time, cost, flexibility, or service. Normally, a suitable project will constitute the equivalent of one quarter course workload per student, however, a suitable project could be larger. In these team-based projects, the contribution of each team member, as well as overall team performance, will be assessed.

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