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MSC 511: Economics I
This is the first of a two-semester sequence in advanced level economics. It offers a rigorous treatment of modern microeconomics theory which includes consumer theory, theory of the firm, decision making under uncertainty, and game theory. The course examines various market sett...
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Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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MSC 512: Statistics 1
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the statistical approach to tackling research problems (random variables; transformations; popular distributions used in management science such as normal, Student T, Chi-square, and generalized lambda; sampling methods, parame...
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Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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MSC 513: Optimization I
This course introduces optimization techniques with a focus on linear and integer optimization problems. Topics include: the simplex method and its variants, interior point algorithms, duality and sensitivity analysis, integer linear programming, cutting plane method, branch and ...
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Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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MSC 530: Probability & Statistics
The students will learn the fundamentals of probability and how to use this tool to solve common problems in industry. The course material includes a large variety of topics in business, engineering and management science. The topics include the fundaments of probability, random ...
Professors: Nick T. Thomopoulos
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MSC 530: MSC530-077Dr. Nick ThomopoulosFall 2009
The students will learn the fundamentals of probability and how to use this tool to solve common problems in industry. The course material includes a large variety of topics in business, engineering and management science. The topics include the fundaments of probability, random ...
Professors: Nick T. Thomopoulos
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MSC 534: Queueing
The students will learn how to solve many of the queuing problems that are found in common industry situations. The course will show how to formulate and solve the more complex queuing problems and the methods in probability that are used in formulating the queuing models. The fu...
Professors: Nick T. Thomopoulos
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MSC 538: Simulation
The objective is to learn how to generate solutions to problems, not known otherwise how to solve. The emphasizes how a simulation project is formulated from computer programming. The student learns how to generate random responses for continuous, discrete, poison process and mul...
Professors: Nick T. Thomopoulos
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MSC 543: Time Series
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Professors: Nick T. Thomopoulos
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MSC 550: Topics in Quality Management
The understanding, development, and implementation of total quality management systems with a focus on customer satisfaction and economics of quality. Concepts and tools of quality design, quality of conformance and quality of performance will be discussed. Theoretical and empiri...
Professors: M. Zia Hassan
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MSC 560: Optimization Techniques I
Optimization techniques, with the primary emphasis on linear programming, and applications interspersed to illustrate the applicability of the optimization techniques. The majority of the course will be linear programming techniques, including the simplex-method and its variants,...
Professors: Navid Sabbaghi
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