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Minor in Adaptive Decision Models for Business

The Minor in Adaptive Decision Models for Business is open to all majors in the University. All students pursuing the minor must complete 18 semester credit hours.

  1. 3 semester credit hours selected from the following courses:

    CS  3333  Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
    ME  3113  Measurements and Instrumentation
    MS  3053  Management Science and Operations Technology (or an equivalent course)

  2. 6 semester credit hours selected from the following courses:

    ACC  2013  Principles of Accounting I

    FIN  3003  Survey of Finance
    or
    FIN  3014  Principles of Business Finance

  3. 6 semester credit hours selected from the following courses:

    Analytical Models
    MS  3063  Decision Support Systems
    MS  3313  Business Applications of Statistics
    MS  4323  Simulation Applications in Business
    MS  4333  Project Management
    MS  4383  Applied Forecasting in Operations

    Operational Models
    MS  3403  Logistics Management
    MS  3413  Purchasing and Inventory Management
    MS  4313  Six Sigma and Lean Operations
    MS  4343  Production/Operations Management
    MS  4353  Service Operations Management
    MS  4363  Quality Management and Control
    MS  4543  Supply Chain Management

  4. 3 semester credit hours of upper-division electives in disciplines where quantitative methods are actively applied and practiced. These courses should be approved by the designated management science faculty member.

To declare a minor in Adaptive Decision Models for Business and seek approval of substitutions for course requirements, students must consult the College of Business Undergraduate Advising Center or the designated management science faculty member.