Course SummaryUse this study guide to improve your understanding of the management practices and concepts addressed on the UExcel Operations Management proficiency exam. Our short, engaging video lessons offer you a flexible way to study various areas of business operations, such as project management, quality control and inventory.
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About This Course
This course quickly and easily helps you prepare to earn three college credits with the UExcel Operations Management exam. Our self-paced study guide consists of brief and engaging video and text lessons that offer accessibility at any time, from any device.
By studying this course, you can enhance your knowledge of specific operations management functions such as forecasting, scheduling, strategic planning and facilities design, as well as managerial roles and responsibilities in supply chain, quality control, product design, sales and project management. This resource provides a fast and efficient to study for the UExcel Operations Management exam.
Syllabus & Course Information
Use this study guide to get up to speed on all the learning objectives covered by the UExcel Operations Management exam. We offer brief lesson quizzes as well as more in-depth chapter exams and a final exam to help you gauge your proficiency in these subjects. After completing the course, you'll be able to:
- Discuss the basic functions of operations management
- Detail the responsibilities of operations managers within organizations
- Understand the design of products, services and facilities
- Describe how supply chains are developed and managed
- Provide details about planning, scheduling and forecasting methodologies as used in operations management
Prior courses in business statistics and high school algebra are suggested.
This course contains 17 individual chapters broken down into 176 short, 5-10 minute video and text lessons. Each lesson comes with a self-assessment quiz that helps to determine how much you have retained and your readiness in moving on to the next topic. Use the final exam to measure if your knowledge is sufficient to take the UExcel Operations Management exam.
UExcel Ethics - Theory & Practice Exam Information
The UExcel Operations Management exam is designed to test you on material found in an upper-level undergraduate operations management course. Students can use the credit earned by passing this exam toward satisfying requirements in a business degree program.
- Number of Questions: 80 questions
- Question Type: Mostly multiple choice
- Time Limit: 2 hours
- Number of Credits: 3 credits
- Exam Cost: $110
UExcel Operations Management Exam Breakdown
|UExcel Exam Concept||Percent of the UExcel Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|The Operations and Supply Chain Environment||25%||20 questions||49|
|Designing and Improving Operations and Supply Chains||25%||20 questions||36|
|Creating and Managing the Supply Chain||25%||20 questions||47|
|Planning and Control||25%||20 questions||27|
Earn UExcel Credit
Meet upper-level business requirements when you pass the UExcel Operations Management exam. You can quickly earn three transferable credits and save money on tuition costs. You might even complete your business degree program in a shorter amount of time.
Study Schedule for the UExcel Operations Management Exam
This course consists of about 21 hours of instruction. Easy accessibility, expert instruction and simplified lessons make this resource an efficient way to get ready for the UExcel Operations Management exam. Determine when you'll be ready for the exam by using the time table below.
|Study Frequency||When You'll Be Ready for the Exam|
|3 hours a day; 3 days a week||Just over 2 weeks|
|2 hours a day; 3 days a week||Three and a half weeks|
|1 hour a day; 3 days a week||7 weeks|
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