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Engineering Management Minor

Purpose
A minor in Engineering Management would focus on the management of the engineering and technological enterprise and integrate technological and managerial expertise. Engineering Management is concerned with understanding the technology involved in an engineering project and the management process through which the technology is applied. This minor would support the dual role of the engineering manager; both as a technologist and a manager. The object would be to provide a background in areas commonly needed in this role, such as engineering management, engineering economics, and accounting, in addition to industrial engineering expertise.

Eligibility
All matriculated undergraduates in engineering and engineering-related programs (i.e., consistent with math/science requirements), except industrial engineering students.

Policies and Procedures
Minor will be consistent with all Institute-level policies pertaining to minors (Policies and Procedures manual D 1.1.)

Program Prerequisites
Engineering Statistics (1016-314) or equivalent.

Curriculum
The Engineering Management minor will consist of 20 credit hours, three required courses and two elective courses.

Required Courses
Credit Hours
Pre-Requisites
0303-520/620 Engineering Economy
4
0303-481 Engineering Management
4
0101-494 Cost Accounting in a Mfg. Environment
4
Elective Courses (choose two)**
Credit Hours
Pre-Requisites
0303-401 Operations Research
4
1016-331
0303-402 Production Control
4
0303-401
0303-422 Systems and Facilities Planning
4
0303-401
0303-503 Systems Simulation
4
0303-401, 0303-302
0303-510 Applied Statistical Quality Control
4
1016-314
0303-626 Contemporary Production Systems
4
0303-703 Supply Chain Management
4
0303-401 or permission of instructor
0303-704 Logistics Management
4
0303-402 or permission of instructor
0303-734 Systems Safety Engineering
4
0303-760 Product Process Design and Development
4
 
0303-766 Manufacturing Systems
4
0303-758 Design of Experiments
4
1016-314
0303-784 Sys. and Product Management
4
 
0303-786 Engineering of Systems I
4
 

** Other courses may be appropriate, with minor advisor approval

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