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The main objectives of every M. Eng. program at Cornell are to advance the breadth and depth of our students technical knowledge and to provide students with opportunities to synthesize and apply this knowledge in a real-world environment. In Operations Research and Information Engineering, the technical tools of primary importance are mathematical modeling and the application of quantitative techniques instilled within the fields of optimization, probability, stochastic processes, statistics, and simulation.
The areas of application for these tools are virtually limitless, but Operations Research and Information Engineering students generally apply their knowledge to the design, operation, and improvement of business systems.
Six concentrations and one minor are currently associated with the MEng degree program in ORIE. Each is designed to meet certain educational objectives:
- Applied Operations Research Concentration (AOR)
- Data Analytics Concentration (DA)
- Financial Engineering Concentration (FE)
- Information Technology Concentration (IT)
- Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering Concentration (MIE)
- Strategic Operations Concentration (SO)
- Systems Engineering Minor