Choosing Electives (for the classes up to and including 2022):

Beginning in 3A, students begin choosing electives. By graduation each student is required to have successfully completed six technical electives from list I (select your calendar, example: class of 2020 uses the 2015 calendar > Faculty of Engineering, Bachelor of Applied Science and . . . > Management Engineering), one CSE List A Impact elective, and two “free” electives. Management Sciences normally offers the following courses toward these elective requirements:


3A Winter – one elective required

List I

  • MSCI 436 Decision Support Systems
  • MSCI 541 Information Retrieval Systems
  • MSCI 555 Scheduling: Theory and Practice

Impact

  • MSCI 442 Impact of Information Systems on Organizations and Society

3B Fall  - two electives required 

List I

  • MSCI 343 Human-Computer Interaction
  • MSCI 446 Data Warehousing and Mining

Impact

  • MSCI 422  Economic Impact of Technological Change and Entrepreneurship

4A Spring – two electives required 

List I

  • MSCI 452 Decision Making Under Uncertainty
  • MSCI 531 Stochastic Processes and Decision Making
  • MSCI 551 Quality Management and Control

Free

  • MSCI 411 Leadership and influence
  • MSCI 421 Strategic Management of Technology

4B Winter - four electives required

List I

  • MSCI 433 Applications of Management Engineering
  • MSCI 435 Advanced Optimization Techniques
  • MSCI 436 Decision Support Systems
  • MSCI 541 Information Retrieval Systems
  • MSCI 555 Scheduling:  Theory and Practice

Impact

  • MSCI 442 Impact of Information Systems on Organizations and Society

Free

  • MSCI 423 Managing New Product and Process Innovation
  • MSCI 454 Technical Entrepreneurship