Following, we list specific course requirements for the various master's degree options offered by the Stewart School. Details regarding requisite academic background can be found in the ISyE Graduate Handbook ( - 430KB).
At the masters level, students are able to select from seven degree options, six of which are designated. Regarding prerequisite coursework, it is to be understood that candidates pursuing any of the Stewart School's Master's degrees should have or be willing to attain a mathematics background essentially equivalent to the first two years of an engineering degree, including exposure to a course in linear algebra.
In addition, solid undergraduate-level courses in probability, statistics, and the fundamental methodologies of operations research will be required before enrolling in any of the respective graduate courses called for in the stated degree programs below. Note that due to the somewhat unique intent and target audience of the EMIL program, applicants accordingly may be subject to more flexible interpretations of the aforementioned prerequisite requirements.
In general, students are expected to abide by the listed prerequisites for all graduate courses.