Foundational courses

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Optimization: ISEN 620/622/623; Probability: ISEN 609/602; Statistics: STAT 630/610/611; Simulation: ISEN 625 ISEN 612, 618 (Ph.D.), 624 (Ph.D.), 637, 659 ISEN 613, 614, 616, 619 (Ph.D), STAT 604 ISEN 608, 662, 663, 667, 669

Specialty areas

Applied probability & reliability Data analytics/Quality control Engineering management & economics Human factor Supply chain and logistics/ manufacturing & production Optimization Systems engineering

ISEN 630, 635, 689 (Dr. Ferris’s course in Fa2012), CSCE 655, CSCE 671, PHEO 655 ISEN 601, 603 (Ph.D.), 604, 605, 615, 617 (Ph.D.), 645, 654, 655, 656, 661, 664,

ISEN 621, 628 (Ph.D.), 629 (Ph.D.), 636 (Ph.D.), 638 (Ph.D.), 661, 668, CSCE 629 ISEN 611, 627, 640, 641, 669

1. This above structure is intended for the master’s students to use. Ph.D. students should consult their academic advisor(s) for course work and degree planning. 2. The general ISEN graduate curriculum is structured into two sets of course: the foundational courses and the courses in specialty areas. 3. Among the foundational courses, master’s students are required to take courses from the subjects of optimization, probability and statistics. ISEN 620/ISEN 609/STAT 630 represent the basic requirements to fulfill a master’s degree, while ISEN 622/623/ISEN 602/STAT 610/611 represent the advanced requirements. For the master’s students who intend to continue with the Ph.D. program, you need to take, and do well, in the advanced requirements. 4. ISEN 625 is not required but strongly recommended to take. 5. The courses having “(Ph.D.)” suffix indicate those courses designed for Ph.D. students, because of the level of math involved and the background required. Master’s students are strongly advised to consult the specific instructors before taking the course.

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