This concentration is intended for scholars interested in academic or decision-making careers requiring advanced knowledge of complex tools in management sciences, and is appropriate for students whose academic interests are related to both quantitative and qualitative studies in management.
Courses are oriented for future managers or engineers willing to develop modeling abilities and expertise in the use of decision support tools, as well as researchers in the field of quantitative methods for management.
Students can benefit from the support of the Supply Chain Management Observatory, the Chair in Risk Management, the Chair in Innovation and Sourcing in Services, and the Chair in Managerial Decision.
In this concentration, students can specialize in one of the following subfields:
- Operations and Supply Chain Management.
- Technology and Innovation Management.
- Operations Research.
- Statistical Methods in Management.
- Decision Theory.
- Risk Management.