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Military Operations Research

Last Updated: 07/11/2024 | All information is accurate and still up-to-date

Preparing for a Career in Military Operations Research?

The Military Operations Research Group at NC State includes active duty and veteran military members from all Services and our allies.

  • You will work on many real-world problems. Check out our recent projects.
  • Develop skills in areas like data analytics, logistics and healthcare improvement.
  • We understand active duty timelines and create individual advising plans to help you succeed.

NC State Proudly Welcomes our Nation’s Veterans and Military Families

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Named to Military Times Best Colleges
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Selected as Military Friendly Spouse School
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Named Military Friendly Top-10 School

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Past Projects

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Expeditionary Military Logistics and Risk Analysis
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Military and Veteran Healthcare
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Deployable Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)

First Semester Course Recommendations

ISE = Industrial and Systems Engineering
OR = Operations Research

ST = Statistics

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Select Operations Research Courses

BMA = Biomathematics
CSC = Computer Science
ISE = Industrial and Systems Engineering

OR = Operations Research
ST = Statistics

Restriction 1: At least one of OR 505, OR 506 or OR 709 MUST be chosen.
Restriction 2: OR 504 and OR 505 can not be used to satisfy the five core course requirements.

Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) helps you figure out how to do things better. It combines physical and social sciences with engineering principles to improve processes and systems. As a result, industrial engineering is the “people person’s” engineering. Industrial engineers improve quality and productivity while cutting waste like time, materials, money, and energy. This is why many industrial engineers get promoted into management positions. For the same reason, industrial engineering is great for anyone wanting to run their own business.

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Brandon McConnell
mcconnell@ncsu.edu
919.515.7201