Master of Operations Research (MOR)
The MOR Degree requires a minimum of 31 credit hours. To earn the Master’s of Operations Research, the student must:
- Successfully complete five Core courses (subject to Restrictions 1 and 2 below) from the following list:
- OR 501: Introduction to Operations Research
- OR 504: Introduction to Mathematical Programming
- OR 505: Linear Programming
- CSC 505: Design and Analysis of Algorithms
- OR 506: Algorithmic Methods In Nonlinear Programming
- ST 516: Experimental Statistics For Engineers II, or ST 512: Experimental Statistics For Biological Sciences II
- OR 531: Dynamic Systems and Multivariable Control I
- OR 537: Computer Methods and Applications
- ISE 537: Statistical Models for Systems Analytics in Industrial Engineering
- MA/ST 546: Probability and Stochastic Processes I
- OR 560: Stochastic Models in Industrial Engineering
- OR 562: Simulation Modeling
- OR 706: Nonlinear programming
- OR 708: Integer Programming
- OR 709: Dynamic Programming
- MA/ST 747: Probability and Stochastic Processes II
- OR 760: Applied Stochastic Models in Industrial Engineering
- OR 761: Queues and Stochastic Service Systems
- OR 762: Computer Simulation Techniques
- OR 772: Stochastic Simulation Design and Analysis
- Restriction 1: At least one of 505, 506, 709 MUST be chosen.
- Restriction 2: 504 and 505 cannot BOTH be used to satisfy this five course requirement.
- Enroll in OR 601 (OR Seminar) for one credit hour during residence. Students are expected to attend the seminar throughout their program.
- Five additional courses must be chosen from the list of OR courses and OR-Cognate courses, or by consent of the student’s faculty advisor.