The ability to instantaneously access course syllabi is valuable for those of us who are students or instructors of forecasting; therefore, all of us should find this listing of course syllabi of interest.
This webpage is an ongoing project and thus, we continue to solicit your participation in it. If you are currently teaching a forecasting class and maintain a web-site for that course, it would benefit all of us if you would share that course through this site â€“ you will find the directions for doing so below.
If you have questions about this table or would like to participate by providing information and links to your syllabi resources, please contact me. Please add your course, whether it be an undergraduate, graduate, continuing education or corporate sponsored course.
Including Your Forecasting Syllabus
|LINKS TO FORECASTING COURSE SYLLABI|
|| BDS545 Forecasting Principles
|Univ. of Missouri, KC
||ETC2450 - Applied forecasting
for business and economics
||DPF - Demand Planning and Forecasting
||Siemens qualification & training
|Your Name and Course Here.|
|Type of Class:||U=Undergraduate, G=Graduate, P=PhD, CE=Continuing Education, CO=Corporate / E=Elective, R=Required|
|Textbooks||De = DeLurgio
FB = F. Basalan Manuscript
INTERNAL = Internal educational materials.
MW = Makridakis, Wheelwright,and Hyndman
MJG = Montgomery, Johnson, and Gardiner
See the Summary of Forecasting Principles by Book for an expanded listing of textbooks.
|Topics||Percentage of Time Spent on the Following Topics
U = Univariate, C=Causal/Multivariate, J=Judgmental/Qualitative, OQ=Other Quantitative including NNs, P=Principles, O=Other Areas
|Notes:||a) Evaluating fc-accuracy, presenting a forecast, relevance for production and capacity planning.|
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