Quantitative Analysis

The American Business School Paris

Course Description

  • Course Name

    Quantitative Analysis

  • Host University

    The American Business School Paris

  • Location

    Paris, France

  • Area of Study

    Management, Mathematics, Statistics

  • Language Level

    Taught In English

  • Prerequisites

    MATH 210 - Business Statistics (or its equivalent)

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    Hours & Credits

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  • Recommended U.S. Semester Credits
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  • Overview

    The purpose of the course is to enable the students to use quantitative approaches in practical business decision-making. During the course, the students will learn how a modeling process may help them to structure decision situations, and to improve his/her decision-making skills. It is hoped that the students will be familiar with the basic concepts of Decision Analysis, Project Scheduling, and Linear Programming, and should be able to use a modeling approach to improve decision-making processes.

    The course is developed through lectures, discussion and numerical problem solving sessions. Students are expected to participate in class discussion. Will be covered in class :
    - Operations research, OR models, usage, scope
    - Simple models with Microsoft Excel
    - Decision-making under uncertainty or risk
    - Sequential decisions under risk: The decision tree approach
    - Project Scheduling : PERT/CPM
    - Linear Programming: model formulation, spreadsheet solutions
    - Linear Programming: sensitivity Analysis
    - Linear Programming: special problems, integer programming transportation problems,

    Ragsdale, Cliff T., Managerial Decision Modeling, Thomson/South-Western

    The final grade will be made up of a Class participation 10%, homework 10%, group project 10%; mid-term exam 30%; final exam 40%

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Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.


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