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Master of Management in Operations Research (MM in OR)

Applications for the MM in OR program at UBC’s Centre for Operations Excellence (COE) are now open – don’t miss out on your opportunity for admission to our September 2016 cohort!

This program is designed for individuals with strong analytics and quantitative backgrounds, who are looking for a technical and professional graduate degree that will position them for immediate employment in the job market and open doors to PhD programs at top schools.

Recommended Academic Background: An undergraduate degree in a quantitative field such as engineering, economics, mathematics, statistics, computer science, or business.

What You’ll Learn: Data science, business intelligence, operations research, applied mathematics and statistics, and industrial engineering. 


Potential Careers: Data scientist, operations analyst, management consultant, logistics analyst, business analyst, supply chain manager, researcher in a PhD program, and more.

Employment Outcome: Within 6 months of graduation, our students achieve 100% job placement, with average starting salaries between $60,000 and $80,000. Other graduates have gone on to PhD programs at top schools like Stanford and Wharton.

To learn more about the MM in OR program visit our website at: http://www.sauder.ubc.ca/Programs/Master_of_Management_in_OR

To apply to the MM in OR program please use this online form: http://appform.topapply.com/applicationformmodule/index/sauder

If you have any questions or would like more information about the MM in OR program, contact us at info@coe.ubc.ca.


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