The B.S. in ISE/M.S. in Finance (MSF) combination degree program allows students to begin completing requirements for an MSF degree while pursuing their B.S. degree.
The B.S./M.S. in ISE Program requirements are the same as the individual B.S. and M.S. programs. Three of the following graduate courses may be substituted for the undergraduate curriculum upon admission to the graduate program.
|Graduate Level Substitution||Undergraduate Course|
|EIN6905: Web Based Decision Support Systems for ISE||ESI4357: Web Based Decision Support Systems for ISE|
|ESI6529: Digital Simulation Techniques||ESI4523: Industrial Systems Simulation|
|STA5328: Fundamentals of Statistics Theory||STA4322: Introduction to Statistics Theory|
|ESI6355: Decision Support Systems for ISE||ESI4356: Decision Support Systems for ISE|
|STA5325: Fundamentals of Probability||STA4321: Intro to Probability|
Before students may be approved for registration in courses to be used towards the MSF degree, the MSF Program must receive the following materials, and the student must interview for selection in the program:
- Two recommendations
- GMAT or GRE
- Statement of Purpose
Undergraduate level credits (<5000 level) may not be applied to the MSF degree.