Students are responsible for understanding their degree requirements for the Operations Research and Engineering major and planning their course of study. The ORIE Undergraduate Office in 203 Rhodes Hall provides specific information to assist students with degree requirements and can answer specific questions related to course selection and planning. An OR&E Checklist is available to every affiliated student and is updated at the end of each semester. This checklist can be very helpful to students in planning their course of study.
All freshmen and sophomores in the College of Engineering take an array of courses designed to provide a strong foundation for later specialization. To earn a Bachelor of Science degree in the OR&E major, a student must complete the Common Curriculum of the College of Engineering together with the Operations Research & Engineering Major Program.
|10-course (37 credits) engineering core:
||*Either Math 2930, 3040, or CS 2800 can be used to satisfy the fourth math requirement. Students NOT taking Math 2930 may not enroll in Physics 2214. The following courses may be substituted for Phys 2214, if not used to meet other requirements: Chem 2080, Math 3110, Math 2930, Math 3040, Math 3360 or CS 2800.|
|3 Engineering Distribution Courses (9 credits)||Introduction to Engineering (ENGRI 1XXX)
ENGRD 2110** (recommended)
|8 Required Major Courses||ORIE 3120, 3150, 3300, 3310, 3500, 3510, 4580
Behavioral Science course
|Minimum of 9 credits of ORIE Electives||ORIE courses at the 4000 level or above|
|Minimum of 9 credits of Major-Approved Electives 3 of which must be outside of ORIE||Technical courses in Engineering at the 2000 level or above.|
|Minimum of 6 credits of Advisor-Approved Electives||Courses approved by the student’s advisor and deemed relevant to student’s educational objectives|
|Liberal Electives—6 courses, 18 credits minimum taken from at least of 3 of the 7 groups. 2 courses must be at the 2000 level or above.||Courses must be taken from the following 6 groups:
|2 semesters of physical education||Swimming test must be passed|
|2 semesters of Freshman Writing Seminars||In addition to the first-year writing seminars, a technical writing course must be taken as an engineering distribution, liberal studies, or advisor-approved elective.|