Applied Operations Research Option

For this option, the emphasis is on the mathematics used in modeling and analysis of problems from business and industry.

Required Courses (41-42 cr):

  • Math 170,175 and 275 Analytic Geometry and Calculus (11cr)
  • Math 330 Linear Algebra or Math 430 Advanced Linear Algebra (3 cr)
  • Acct 202 Introduction to Managerial Accounting (3 cr)
  • Bus 370 Production/Operations Management (3 cr)
  • CS 112 Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming (3 cr) or CS 120 Computer Science I (4 cr) 
  • Math 326 Linear Programming (3 cr)
  • Math 426 Discrete Optimization (3 cr)
  • Math 451 Probability Theory (3 cr)
  • Math 453 Stochastic Models (3 cr)
  • Math 476 Combinatorics (3 cr)
  • Stat 301 Prbability and Statistics (or Stat 251 Statistical Methods, but 301 recommended) (3 cr) 

One course from the following (3 cr):

  • Math 310 Ordinary Differential Equations (3 cr)
  • Math 376 Discrete Mathematics II (3 cr)
  • Math 452 Mathematical Statistics (3 cr)
  • Stat 401 Statistical Analysis (3 cr)
  • Any other 400-level math course

Four of the following courses (two must be above 400) (12 cr):

  • Bus 350 Management Information Systems (3 cr)
  • Bus 355 Systems Analysis and Design (3 cr)
  • Bus 378 Project Management (3 cr)
  • Bus 439 Systems and Simulation (3 cr)
  • Bus 456 Quality Management (3 cr)
  • Bus 472 Operations Planning and Scheduling (3 cr)
  • Econ 453/Stat 433 Econometrics (3 cr)
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  • Math class in session

B.S. Mathematics

Develop problem-solving tools and sharp analytic skills required for careers in science, economics, engineering, business and education.

M.S., M.A.T. and Ph.D. in Mathematics

Our balanced curriculum emphasizes fundamental math concepts, hands-on research and specialized math skills.