The Master's programme Operations Research (OR) deals with analytical methods for decision making in logistical business environments.
In the master's programme Operations Research (OR) students develop and use mathematical and computational methods, which help to evaluate, improve or resolve operational and logistical issues in business or industrial situations. The programme offers: - a well balanced curriculum with advanced Deterministic and Stochastic Operations Research courses as well an Applied Operations Research-stream. - opportunities for additional elective courses or a practical internship. - practical experiences and contacts leading to specialized case courses and possibilities for thesis topics. - teaching staff with established scientific records and reputations in deterministic (TSP, heuristics, scheduling, inventory theory) and stochastic (queuing, queuing-networks, Markov decision theory) OR. - excellent career prospects for Graduates of Operations Research. The Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) may not be able to offer the MSc programme in Operations Research in the form indicated on the website in 2012-2013. Please contact the FEB for more information.
The Master in Operations Research is intended for students with an Academic Bachelor degree or specified certificate in exact sciences such as:
Mathematics and/or Statistics
Industrial or Electrical Engineering or Computer Science
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