Early Registration for New MS Students

Incoming MS students can register for Fall 2018 classes starting Monday July 30th through August 3rd, 2018, if you have completed your MMR paperwork. If you are unable to register during this time, or wish to make adjustments, you will have an opportunity to register when you arrive on campus for orientation.  The last day to make adjustments is September 14, 2018.

You must read the following instructions very carefully. Failure to read instructions may result in cancelled registrations.


1. Registration Instructions

Students register for classes on Student Services Online.

Step 1: Login to Student Services Online with your UNI and UNI password.

Step 2: Click on the "Registration Appointments" menu. Registration appointments are designated times during which you may enroll in course(s) using SSOL registration.

Step 3: Register for courses during the registration appointment times. Review below for the courses to register; do not register for any additional coursework.  

Programs Fall 2018 courses
MS in Business Analytics

IEOR E4575 Mathematics for Business Analytics Bootcamp
IEOR E4004-002 Optimization Models and Methods
IEOR E4101-002 Probability, Statistics and Simulation
IEOR E4501 Tools for Analytics
IEOR E4523 Data Analytics
ENGI E4000-010 Professional Development and Leadership

MS in Financial Engineering

IEOR E4721 Mathematics for Financial Engineering Bootcamp
IEOR E4724 Python for Financial Engineering Bootcamp
IEOR E4007 Optimization Models
IEOR E4701 Stochastics Models
IEOR E4706 Foundations of Financial Engineering
ENGI E4000-011 Professional Development and Leadership

MS in Industrial Engineering IEOR E4004-002/003 Optimization Models and Methods
IEOR E4108 Supply Chain Management and Design
IEOR E4150 Probability and Statistics
ENGI E4000-013 Professional Development and Leadership
Elective (1 or 2 courses)
MS in Management Science and Engineering DROM B8000 Opimization and Simulation Bootcamp
IEOR E4004-001 Optimization Models and Methods
IEOR E4101-001 Probability, Statistics and Simulation
IEOR E4111 Operations Consulting
ENGI E4000-012 Professional Development and Leadership
Semi-Core Elective (1 or 2 courses)
MS in Operations Research IEOR E4004-002/003 Optimization Models and Methods
IEOR E4150 Probability and Statistics
ENGI E4000-013 Professional Development and Leadership
Elective (1 or 2 courses)
*If you earned a waiver for IEOR E4150, then you must register for
IEOR E4106 Stochastic Models

Step 4: Review Early Registration Tips.


2. Registration restrictions

During this early registration period, you are only allowed to register for:

  • IEOR courses (Industrial Engineering and Operations Research courses) – e.g. IEOR E4004
  • IEOR courses in conjunction with another department – e.g. CSOR W4231, IEME E4310
  • Professional Development & Leadership courses – e.g. ENGI E4000
  • Special MSE Electives DROM B8107-060/061, DROM B8131-060, DROM B8150-061and DROM B8816-060 (Note: MSIE and MSOR students are limited to (1) of these courses starting late August)  

Students who fail to adhere to the course restriction policy by registering for courses other than those listed above will have their registration voided.  We may have to drop all of the courses to which you register, including your IEOR courses. You will then be limited to the availability of courses in late August when registration reopens.
 

3. Degree Requirements and Courses

Review the following documents for more information about your degree requirements and course selection.

4. Additional Electives (Business, International Affairs, Economics, etc.)

You will have an opportunity to register for additional electives when you arrive in August. If you are interested in taking courses from other graduate schools such as Graduate School of Business (GSB) or School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), you may request such courses in late August. 

Happy registration!  Shall you have any questions or concerns, you may post them on the IEOR Advising Groups: MSBA | MSFE | MSIE | MSE | MSOR. You must use your Columbia email address to contact us, so we can properly identify you. Emails sent using non-Columbia emails will not be attended to.