Part of this Programme
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Bachelor | Semestral | 5
Year | Type of course unit | Language
3 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
140 | 60
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Program, bibliography and evaluation. Introduction. Productivity. Project Management: Activities; Network representation; CPM and PERT methods; Probabilities associated with deadlines and degrees of confidence. Processes: Process design and analysis techniques. Statistical Quality Control (CEQ): Concepts; Letters of control. Waiting Queues: System; Models MM1 and MMS. Reviews. Test. Aggregate Planning: Strategies of persecution and leveling. Supply Chain: Concepts and strategy; Stock types Lean production techniques: JIT, Kanban. Stock Management: ABC Classification; Models of fixed quantity of order, constant demand; Economical lot; Fixed quantity model, random search; Fixed period model, random search. Materials Requirements Planning (MRP): Inventory planning and management model with dependent demand (MRP). Programming and Operations Control: Sequencing Rules. Reviews.Test.
Acquisition of concepts, models and operations management techniques that allow the understanding and participation in processes to improve the operation of industrial operations and services.
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
Students should acquire the ability to analyze and contribute to the improvement of the company's operations and its productivity.
Teaching methodologies and assessment
Theoretical exposition of subjects with multimedia resources and resolution of Exercises of the given subjects. Assessment of knowledge made through two written evaluation tests on all the given subject (90%); Assiduity and participation in the exercises and discussion of the subject in class (10%); Approval in the discipline with a final average of 10 or more values, according to the Evaluation Regulation in force at ULHT. Assessment in exam: written test, with approval with a rating of 10 or higher.
Heizer, J. & Render, B. (2013). Operations Management (11th edition). New Jersey, USA. Pearson.
Jacobs, F. & Chase, R. (2017). Operations and Supply Chain Management (15th edition). McGraw-Hill.
Krajewski, L., Ritzman, L. & Malhotra, M. (2018). Operations Management: Processes and Supply Chains (12th edition). New Jersey, USA. Pearson.