Manufacturing (Seminar) OpenCourseWare: A Free Graduate Study Operations Management Course by MIT

Published Jan 16, 2009

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'Manufacturing (Seminar)', a graduate pro-seminar (course is conducted as a seminar), is offered by MIT's Sloan School of Management and School of Engineering. It is open to engineering, MBA Operations and LFM (Leaders for Manufacturing) students. It is also available as OpenCourseWare to anyone with Internet access. The course's focus is projects in improvement, service and leadership.

Manufacturing (Seminar): Course Specifics

Degree Level Free Audio Video Downloads
Graduate Yes No No No

Lectures/Notes Study Materials Tests/Quizzes
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Manufacturing (Seminar): Course Description

Professor Donald Rosenfield is the 'Manufacturing (Seminar)' instructor. The course combines topics in manufacturing and operations (i.e. leadership) and focuses on using service, management and leadership skills in areas that are outside the classroom. This could include projects with Habitat for Humanity, the Giving Tree, Keys and LINKS. It is part of a degree program majoring in Operations and or Manufacturing. The format of the course is seminar and translations in Spanish and Portuguese are available.

'Manufacturing (Seminar)' OpenCourseWare users can access a list of guest speakers for the 2003-2005 Fall and Spring sessions and the 2002 Fall session and can view the syllabus. Detailed information on each of the community organizations that have participated in 'Manufacturing (Seminar)' is available to OpenCourseWare users as well. If you'd like to learn more about this free online class from MIT, please visit the seminar in manufacturing course page.

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