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Math for Industrial Engineering

scs42scs42 Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
edited June 2008 in Engineering Majors
How much high level math is integrated within Industrial Engineering? Also, what math is most useful for Industrial Engineers, specifically in OR? Thanks! :D
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Replies to: Math for Industrial Engineering

  • nshah9617nshah9617 Registered User Posts: 1,005 Senior Member
    IEs typically take advanced math classes in statistics, probability, linear optimization and stochastic modeling.

    Any exposure/classes in statistics and probability will be pertinent to IE/OR.
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