Why Decision Sciences?
- Learn to use mathematical models to enhance decision-making capabilities in the workplace.
- Gain understanding of the more common types of modeling procedures—supply chain, quality, project management, forecasting, services operations management, and other advanced quantitative methods.
- Make decisions based on data.
Decision Sciences Courses
The MS in Decision Sciences degree requires successful completion of 30 semester hours (10 courses) and
may include courses in subjects such as:
- Data Analysis
- Management of Operations
- Business Forecasting
- Decision Analysis
- Decision Sciences Practicum
- Quality and Process Improvement
- Simulation Modeling
- Services Operations
- Supply Chain Management
- Business Applications of Data Mining
- Marketing Research
- Financial Modeling
- Data Warehouse and Administration
If you are working full-time and pursuing an education
part-time, you can expect to complete the degree in two years. A
comprehensive exam is not required.
A working knowledge of spreadsheet software is required for this program.