Operations Research Methods Minor

For information, contact the Department of Mathematics, 123 Bachelor Hall, 513-529-5818.

Operations research is the use of scientific methods in decision making. It seeks to observe, understand, and predict the behavior of human-machine systems through the use of mathematical models.

This minor is available to all majors. A minimum 2.00 GPA is required for all courses applicable to the minor. All courses must be taken for a grade, not credit/no-credit.

To explore the possibility of designing your own program, contact the advisor for this minor in the Department of Mathematics. Otherwise, follow the program below.

Program Requirements

(19 semester hours)

CSE 273Optimization Modeling3
CSE 372Stochastic Modeling3
CSE 471/CSE 571Simulation3
STA 463/STA 563Regression Analysis4
Select at least one of the following:3
Optimization
Theory and Applications of Graphs
Numerical Analysis
Select one of the following or a second course chosen from above:3
Mathematical Modeling Seminar
Game Theory and Related Topics
Combinatorics
Topics in Mathematical Finance
Analysis of Forecasting Systems
Total Credit Hours19