Designed for students with quantitative backgrounds, the 16-month UBC Master of Management in Operations Research (MM in OR) program provides outstanding preparation for solving problems resulting from operational challenges in today's leading businesses.
What our graduates say
“This program was an excellent preparation for the work I’m now doing and the skills I learned have helped me stand out among other graduates.” – Amanda Armstrong, Graduate 2007
World-class business school
The Robert H. Lee Graduate School at the Sauder School of Business offers a wide range of graduate programs. Considered the top academic business school in Canada and a leading academic institution, the Sauder School of Business at UBC is home to excellent teaching, an active research community and a strong collaborative culture.
What you'll learn
Administered by the Centre for Operations Excellence (COE), the program prepares students with backgrounds in mathematics, engineering, economics or other quantitative fields for rewarding careers as operations research analysts and consultants.
The highlight of the program is the Industry Project. Each student is matched with a COE Industry Partner to consult on a significant operational issue faced by the company - enabling you to apply the analytical and practical skills learned in your coursework. In many cases, Industry Partners are so satisfied by the project experience that they hire our students to continue their work after graduation.
Is the UBC MM in OR for you?
Designed for individuals with a strong analytical background who seek a professional business degree that utilizes their quantitative skills, the program is more technically focused than the MBA and more professionally oriented than the MSc.
Why Study Operations Research
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MM in OR graduates have achieved an outstanding placement record in both industry and academia. Nearly all graduates find employment as analysts or consultants within three months of graduation, and many also go on to pursue doctoral degrees at top institutions.
The Sauder Experience