BS in ISE/MS in Management (MSM) Combination Degre

BS in ISE/MS in Management (MSM) Combination Degre

This program, offered by the UF’s Warrington College of Business, offers students the opportunity to “double count” up to 12 credits of specific graduate courses to both BS and MSM degrees. On the undergraduate degree audit, these graduate courses can be counted as either required ISE BS courses or as ISE Technical Electives.

Details regarding the application process, as well as courses included in this program, can be found below:

Applying for the ISE BS/MS in Management Combination Degree Program

Students interested in enrolling in graduate coursework to be applied toward their ISE BS degree must follow these steps:

1. Contact your ISE Advisor to declare your interest in the ISE BS/MSM Combination Degree program. You can do this as soon as you have completed all of your ISE Critical Tracking courses.

  • Students will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis by the ISE Advising team.
  • If approved, students will then work with their Advisors to complete the 4+1 Combined Degree Application Form and enroll in any requested graduate-level ISE or Marketing courses.

2. Formally apply to the MSM Combination Bachelor’s Master’s Degree Program per the process outlined here.

  • Applicants with 3.2+ UF cumulative GPA are eligible to apply
  • Applicants must have completed 90 credit hours (including test credit and dual enrollment) before applying

3. Take graduate courses and earn grades of “B” or higher in each course.

  • Your MSM Advisor will suggest courses that can “double count” toward the ISE BS and the MSM degrees.
  • Your ISE Advisor will help you determine which MSM courses can be applied to your ISE BS degree.
  • Only courses where students earn a grade of “B” or higher are eligible to transfer to the MSM program.

4. Immediately after submitting your undergraduate degree application, apply to the MSM graduate program. Pay close attention to the admission requirements and deadlines for the MSM program.

Questions about this process? Send an email to msm@warrington.ufl.edu.

Available Courses for the ISE BS/MS in Management (MSM) Combination Degree Program

Students can take a maximum of 12 credits during their undergraduate studies to fulfill both BS in ISE and MS in Management requirements. Please note that grades of “B” of higher are required for courses to be eligible to “double count” toward both the BS and MSM degrees.

Required MSM courses that substitute for required ISE BS courses:

Graduate CourseUndergraduate Course
ACG5005 & ACG5075 (total of 4 creditsACG2021C: Financial Accounting (3 credits)

Conceptual introduction to financial accounting. Emphasis is placed on wealth and income measurement and the preparation and interpretation of conventional financial statements.

Graduate versions of required ISE courses that can count as MSM electives:

Graduate CourseUndergraduate CourseHow course is counted
EIN6905: Data Analytics

This course provides a basic understanding of the skills necessary for managing and analyzing data. The concepts
that will be covered in this class include exploratory data analysis, data manipulation, data cleaning, data
wrangling, and machine learning models. We also provide a basic understanding of data management with SQL. All
the technical skills will be motivated by different examples involving data. Python is the programming language
that will be used in this class (3 credits).
ESI4610: Data Analytics 1

This course provides a basic understanding of the skills necessary for managing and analyzing data. The concepts
that will be covered in this class include exploratory data analysis, data manipulation, data cleaning, data
wrangling, and machine learning models. We also provide a basic understanding of data management with SQL. All
the technical skills will be motivated by different examples involving data. Python is the programming language
that will be used in this class. This course is worth 3 credits.
ISE BS required course, MSM elective
ESI6529: Digital Simulation Techniques

Credits: 3; Computer programming aspects of digital simulation. Simulation methodology and languages. Design
and analysis of simulation experiments as well as applications to solutions of industrial and service system problems.
ESI4523: Industrial Systems Simulation

Credits: 3; Computer programming aspects of digital simulation. Simulation methodology and languages. Design
and analysis of simulation experiments as well as applications to solutions of industrial and service system problems.
ISE BS required course, MSM elective

Required MSM Courses that are Pre-Approved to count as ISE Technical Electives:

  • MAR 5806: Problems & Methods in Marketing Management (2 credits)
  • MAR 6833: Product Development and Management (2 credits)

Students can also petition for other graduate MSM courses to count as ISE technical or general electives. Please fill out the Petition for Course Substitution form and consult with your ISE Advisor before registering for any graduate course.

Contact for the MSM Program

For questions about the MSM program, you can:

Questions about graduate course substitutions or technical electives? Consult with your MSM Advisor, send an email to undergradadvising@ise.ufl.edu, or schedule an appointment with an ISE advisor.