IE 5301. INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS RESEARCH. 3 Hours.
An introduction to the major quantitative techniques of operations research and their application to decision problems. These techniques include linear programming, integer programming, network analysis, nonlinear programming, game theory, Markov Chains, and queuing theory. Modeling with these techniques is emphasized. Appropriate solvers are used. Prerequisite: IE 3301 or equivalent, or IE 5317 concurrent, or DASC 5302 concurrent.
Industrial, Manufacturing and Systems Engineering - Graduate Programs
The Industrial Engineering Program is designed to provide the student with fundamental knowledge in multiple areas of industrial engineering. A student may pursue a broad based degree or they may specialize in a specific area such as general industrial engineering, manufacturing systems, ergonomics/human factors, or advanced analytics/operations research.
Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs
...courses, respectively. For DASC 5301/CSE 5332 and DASC 5303/IE 5315, external courses must...