|Field of Study:||Applied Mathematics, Other
|Description:||Mathematical Optimization is a branch of mathematics that focuses on problems where scarce resources need to be allocated effectively, in complex, dynamic and uncertain conditions. The program combines a solid foundation in math with special sequences of courses in economics, business, and management science.
As a graduate, you might enhance scheduling for airline crews and sports games, improve production and distribution efficiency for manufacturing companies, increase service quality and efficiency in healthcare administration, and develop sophisticated tools for finance and investments. The mathematics portion of the plan includes combinatorics, linear optimization, modeling, scheduling, forecasting, decision theory, and computer simulation. After first year, you'll choose one of 2 specializations: Operations Research or Business.
|Cost per year:*||