Special Topics
Course Description :
This course covers the development, implementation, and utilization of business models for managerial decision-making. Discovered patterns, relationships and statistical findings from Data Mining efforts are often used as input in these mathematical models, which are implemented in decision support systems.
Students will learn techniques for analytical modelling including decision analysis, optimization and simulation. Examples are introduced that cover applications in strategic planning, financial management, operations, project management, and marketing research
Department :Information Technology
Program :Bachelor of Business Information Technology
Course Level :Bachelor
Course Outline :
1904485_special Topics.pdf    

King Abdullah II School of Information Technology
Department of Information Technology


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