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Engineering Management Minor

Semester Requirements

Robin Borkholder, Minor Adviser
(585) 475-2990, rrbeie@rit.edu

The minor in engineering management integrates technological and managerial expertise while focusing on the management of these areas. 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 is closed to students majoring in industrial engineering.

Course
Required Courses
ISEE-250 Engineering Economy
ISEE-350 Engineering Management
ACCT-500 Cost Management in Technical Organizations
Electives
Choose two of the following
   ISEE-301    Operations Research
   ISEE-323    Facilities Planning
   ISEE-410    Simulation
   ISEE-420    Production Planning and Scheduling
   ISEE-460    Applied Statistical Quality Control
   ISEE-626    Contemporary Production Systems
   ISEE-703    Supply Chain Management
   ISEE-728    Production Systems Management
   ISEE-732    Systems Safety Engineering
   ISEE-745    Manufacturing Systems
   ISEE-750    Systems and Project Management
   ISEE-760    Design of Experiments
   ISEE-771    Engineering of Systems I

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The minor in engineering management integrates technological and managerial expertise while focusing on the management of the engineering and technological enterprise. 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 supports the dual role of the engineering manager as both a technologist and a manager. The student gains a background in areas commonly needed in this role, such as engineering management, engineering economics, and accounting, in addition to industrial engineering expertise.

Prerequisites:
1016-314 Engineering Statistics (or equivalent)
1016-318 Boundary Value Problems and Matrices
or
1016-328 Engineering Math
or
1016-331 Matrix Algebra (or equivalent)

Required Courses:
0303-520/620 Engineering Economy
0303-481 Engineering Management
0101-494 Cost Accounting for Technical Organizations

Electives*—Choose two of the following:
0303-401 Operations Research
0303-402 Production Control
0303-422 Systems and Facilities Planning
0303-503 Systems Simulation
0303-510 Applied Statistical Quality Control
0303-626 Contemporary Production Systems
0303-703 Supply Chain Management
0303-704 Logistics Management
0303-734 Systems Safety Engineering
0303-758 Design of Experiments
0303-765 Databases for Information Systems
0303-766 Manufacturing Systems
0303-770 Design of Experiments
0303-784 Systems Project Management

* Other elective courses may be appropriate with minor adviser approval.