The IEOR Department is home to three undergraduate minors:

Industrial Engineering, Operations Research, Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

IEOR Course Listing

See full IEOR course listing and schedule.

Please contact the IEOR Academic Team for more information about these minors.

Minor in Industrial Engineering

Curriculum

Required courses

IEOR E3658: Probability for Engineers* or STAT GU4001: Intro to Probability and Statistics** 
IEOR E3402: Production and Inventory Planning
IEOR E3608: Foundations of Optimization 
IEOR E4003: Corporate Finance for Engineers

Two (2) IEOR electives approved by a faculty adviser: 6 Points

In addition to the required courses, students majoring in operations research, financial engineering or engineering management systems and minoring in industrial engineering must take three industrial engineering courses that are not used to satisfy the requirements of their major.

*Preferred course

** Class of 2018, 2019, and 2020 can take either SIEO W3600 in place of IEOR E3658. SIEO W3600 will no longer be offered after Spring 2017.

Minor in Operations Research

Curriculum

Required courses

IEOR E3658: Probability for Engineers* or STAT GU4001: Intro to Probability and Statistics** 
IEOR E3106: Stochastic Systems and Applicatons 
IEOR E3608: Foundations of Optimization
IEOR E3404: Simulation Modeling and Analysis 

Two (2) IEOR electives approved by a faculty adviser: 6 Points (IEOR E3402: Production Inventory Planning and Control (3 points) is strongly recommended. 

In addition to the required courses, students majoring in industrial engineering must take three operations research courses that are not used to satisfy the requirements of their major.

*Preferred course

** Class of 2018, 2019, and 2020 can take either SIEO W3600 in place of IEOR E3658. SIEO W3600 will no longer be offered after Spring 2017.

Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Curriculum

Required courses

IEOR E2261: Accounting and Finance
IEOR E4998: Managing Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship

and three (3) of the following courses, total of nine (9) points:

BIOT W4180: Entrepreneurship in Biotechnology
BMEN E3998: Projects in Biomedical Engineering
BUSI W3021: Marketing and Marketing Management
CHEN E4020: Protection of Industrial and Business Property
CIEN E4136: Global Entrepreneurship in Civil Engineering
COMS W4444: Programming and Problem Solving
COMS W4460: Principles of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
CSOR W4561: Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurs
ECON GU4280: Corporate Finance
ENGI E4100: Research to Revenue 
IEME E4310: The Manufacturing Enterprise
IEOR E4003: Coporate Finance for Engineers (or IEOR E4403: Quantitative Corporate Economics)
IEOR E4510: Project Management
IEOR E4550: Entrepreneurial Business Creation for Engineers
IEOR E4555: Design and Agile Project Management (Fall Semester, By application only)
IEOR E4560: Lean LaunchPad (Spring semester, By application only with advisor approval)
SCNC W3010: Science, Technology, and Society or URBS V3310: Science and Technology in Urban Environments (but not both)

Optional Courses of Interest

IEOR E4577: Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurs (zero credit)
Entrepreneurship Activities at SEAS