The Minor in Management Science introduces undergraduates in other MIT majors to the techniques of quantitative business analysis and their application to practical problems.
This minor comprises four required subjects and two electives. The required subjects are the following:
No other substitutions will be permitted.
The two electives in the Minor in Management Science, unlike the Minor in Management, must be chosen from a list of restricted electives (below). Each subject must carry at least nine units of credit. Two six-unit subjects count as a single elective. No substitutions or alternative electives will be permitted.
MIT Sloan uses a course bidding system to determine enrollment in graduate courses. Students should pre-register and bid for every MIT Sloan graduate subject they wish to take the following term. Students enrolled in the Minor in Management Science will be given MIT Sloan student priority for graduate subjects on the list of restricted electives above.
Students who wish to take undergraduate subjects (those designated as “U” in the MIT Subject Listing and Schedule) should pre-register for them as they would any other MIT course. (Bidding is not necessary.) For additional information about the bidding process, visit the MIT Sloan Bidding site.
* Additional information about these courses can be found on Prof. James Orlin’s web pages.
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