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IMG 212 Production and Operation Management (3 credits) Pre-requisite: IMG 112 or Dean’s Approval A study of production and operation management, production line, production layouts, traditional production, continuous and discrete production, managing planning and controlling production, production planning, quantitative and qualitative production, total quality management, and techniques for production control. MATHEMATICS IMA 101 Fundamental Mathematics (3 credits) A study of sets, functions, numeration and functions systems, number and set theory, numerical and graphical information that is useful in daily life. This course is an application of the life skills, for example, problem solving, probability, finance, shape, statistics, graphs, and linear. Graduated students can use new technology trend and apply application in mathematics in their daily life effectively. IMA 104 Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making (3 credits) A study of the principles of decision making in business with the aid of quantitative techniques, such as decision models with emphasis on optimization. Analytical, numerical and simulation techniques, such as linear programming, probability theory, and decision theory are also explored. The course also studies analytical tools used in accounting and finance, such as ratio analysis and time value of money. 182 BANGKOK UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL Other topics include quantitative techniques for production control, risk management, quality evaluation, and revenue management. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT IPM 213 Human Resource Management (3 credits) IPM 323 Organizational Behavior (3 credits) Pre-requisite: IMG 112 or Dean’s Approval The course examines human resource management from recruiting to positioning, selecting, motivating and supporting personnel. Students learn about business personnel management, personnel development, and basic organiza- tion development and study essential organization behaviors like collective grouping, organization behaviors from coercive influences, voluntary work, problems of organization conflicts, group influence, building relationships in organizations, supporting and promoting work in teams, and organization behavior theories. This course is focused on the definition and characteristics of organization, behaviors of personnel in the organization, inspiring motivation and developing personnel in organization, personnel conflict management, organization management, and development theories.