In order to be adequately prepared for the MBLE program, the below sequence of quantitative classes should be taken.

MATH 1151 (Calculus 1)

MATH 1152 (Calculus 2)
MATH 1172 (Engineering Mathematics A)

STATS 3450 (Basic Statistics for Engineers)
STATS 3470 (Introduction to Probability & Statistics for Engineers)

MATH 2568 (Linear Algebra)
MATH 2174** (Linear Algebra & Differential Equations for Engineers) 
**Prerequisite MATH 2173

Note: If the above quantitative courses are completed with a “B” or higher and the applicant has a cumulative undergraduate GPA of a 3.5 or higher, the applicant may be eligible for the GATE Program.

Graduate Admissions Test Exception Program

The Graduate Admissions Test Exception (GATE) Program allows current students of The Ohio State University, as well as alumni of The Ohio State University who have graduated within the last two (2) years, to apply for the Master of Business Logistics Engineering degree program without the need to submit GRE or GMAT standardized test scores.

In order to be eligible, students must meet the following three requirements:

  • Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program at The Ohio State University, or have graduated within the last two (2) years.
  • Hold an undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above.
  • Complete the above quantitative classes in the order they are listed and receive a “B” or better final grade.
Contact Us

For inquiries related to appplication and admission to the MBLE program, please contact Amy Shaw, Integrated Systems Engineering Graduate Program Coordinator.