The Engineering Management Program is offered as an interdisciplinary program that integrates engineering and business concepts. The curriculum prepares an experienced professional engineer or scientist for a leadership role in planning, developing and managing firm's technological resources including people, technology and processes. Graduates acquire an understanding how to use the technical base to accomplish the organization's operational, strategic and competitive objectives. This program is offered in partnership with the College of Business Administration.
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The M.S. degree in Engineering Management requires 30 hours of coursework beyond the baccalaureate degree. The coursework is divided between the College of Business and the College of Engineering. The program of study includes:
Core Courses – Students should take the core courses as soon as possible
- ACCT 5307 Measurement and Analysis for Business Decision Making
- IE 5304 Advanced Engineering Economy
- IE 5317 Introduction to Statistics
- IE 5351 Introduction to Systems Engineering
- IE 5354 Management of Complex Systems
- IE 6305 Engineering Management I
- IE 6306 Engineering Management II
- MARK 5328 Product Management
- OPMA 5364 Project Management
Elective Courses - Students must select an elective course to reach a total of 30 credit hours (10 courses). With advisor approval students may select a maximum of 3 credit hours in another engineering or science course outside of industrial engineering.