For detailed information on the most recent Management Engineering program and curriculum, please visit the undergraduate studies calendar.
Watch Prof. Mark Smucker outline the Management Engineering curriculum at a recent March Break Open House presentation.
For a full list of courses, see degree requirements.
Below you will find more detailed information about some of the courses you will take in the management engineering program:
Second and third year
- MSCI 251/253 - Probability and statistics 1 and 2
- MSCI 331 - Introduction to optimization
- MSCI 332 - Deterministic optimization models and methods
- MSCI 333 - Simulation analysis and design
- MSCI 211/311 - Organizational behaviour, design, and technology
- MSCI 342 - Software engineering principles
- MSCI 343 - Human-computer interaction
- MSCI 541 - Search engines
- MSCI 446 - Data mining
For detailed information on the most recent Management Engineering program and curriculum, please visit the undergraduate studies calendar. Watch this video to learn how to navigate the Undergraduate Calendar.
For previous versions, please see the list of undergraduate studies archived calendars. In this link, select the year your program began. Then in the sidebar, click on "Faculty of Engineering", then "Bachelor of Applied Science and Bachelor of Software Engineering specific degree requirements", and then "Management Engineering".
Capstone design project: This fourth year project is completed by management engineers in their final year, utilizing their skills and working in teams with a faculty supervisor to solve real world problems.
Management Sciences Option
The MSCI option consists of six courses. Many of these courses have equivalents from other programs.
- At least three of the six courses must be MSCI courses from the Department of Management Sciences.
- A maximum of one course not from the approved list may be counted toward the option, with approval from the MSCI option coordinator. The course must relate to Management Sciences.
- You may take both MSCI 211 and MSCI 311, in which case one will count toward the required courses and the other toward the elective courses.
- For the designation "Option in Management Sciences" to be included on your transcript, you must achieve a minimum overall cumulative average of 60% in the six courses.
Check the University's official schedule of classes for confirmation of actual course offerings each term.
Accelerated Master's Program
Students accepted to the Accelerated BASc-MASc program can take, during their 4A or 4B terms or during their undergraduate work term, as extra to degree, up to two approved Management Sciences graduate courses which could count toward their MASc degree. These courses will not count toward their BASc degree requirements and can only be taken with written approval of the graduate course instructor, their supervisor, the Management Sciences associate chair for undergraduate studies, and the Management Sciences associate chair for graduate studies.
With approval of the supervisor and Management Sciences associate chair for graduate studies, work done by students during their fourth-year work term(s) under the direction of the supervisor can be included in their MASc thesis. Note: If the work is done in industry, permission from the company for the work to be published will be necessary