Engineering Management B.S.EM.
The curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management is offered in cooperation with the Grossman School of Business. Engineering management is a broad discipline concerned with the art and science of planning, organizing, directing, and controlling activities that have technical components. Designing, producing, selling, and servicing products in the marketplace require managers with both the ability to apply engineering principles and the skills to manage technical projects and people. The curriculum is designed to combine a basic education in the engineering disciplines with the study of economics, accounting & finance, operations, and management.
Students must meet University requirements. Note that the University's Quantitative Reasoning (QR) requirement is built into the Engineering Management curriculum. Minimum of 124 credits required.
|UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS (12 CREDITS) 3|
|Univ FWIL: Foundational Writing & Information Literacy||3|
|Univ D1: Diversity 1||3|
|Univ D1/D2: Diversity 1 or Diversity 2||3|
|Univ SU: Sustainability 1||3|
|General Education-Humanities 2||3|
|MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS REQUIREMENTS (24 CREDITS)|
|MATH 021||QR: Calculus I||4|
|MATH 022||QR: Calculus II||4|
|MATH 121||QR: Calculus III||4|
|MATH 122||QR: Applied Linear Algebra||3|
|or MATH 124||QR: Linear Algebra|
|MATH 271||QR:Adv Engineering Mathematics||3|
|STAT 143||QR: Statistics for Engineering||3|
|STAT 224||QR:Stats for Qualty&Productvty||3|
|COMPUTING & SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS (14 CREDITS)|
|CS 021||QR: Computer Programming I||3|
|CHEM 031||General Chemistry 1||4|
|PHYS 031||Physics for Engineers I||4|
|PHYS 125||Physics for Engineers II||3|
|ECONOMICS & BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS (30 CREDITS)|
|EC 011||Principles of Macroeconomics 3||3|
|EC 012||Principles of Microeconomics 3||3|
|BSAD 030||Decision Analysis||3|
|BSAD 060||Financial Accounting||3|
|BSAD 061||Managerial Accounting||3|
|BSAD 120||Leadership & Org Behavior||3|
|BSAD 173||Operations Management||3|
|BSAD 180||Managerial Finance||3|
|BSAD Electives 4||6|
|ENGINEERING SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS (37-38 CREDITS)|
|CEMS 050||CEMS First Year Seminar||1|
& EE 081
|Linear Circuit Analysis I|
and Linear Circuits Laboratory I
|or EE 075||Electrical Circuits & Sensors|
|or EE 100||Electrical Engr Concepts|
|ENGR 002||Graphical Communication||2|
|Engineering Science Electives 5||24|
|ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIREMENTS (8 CREDITS)|
|BME 001||Intro to Biomedical Eng Design 6||2|
|or CE 003||SU:Intro to Civil & Envir Engr|
|or EE 001||EE Principles and Design|
|or ME 001||First-Year Design Experience|
|BME 187||Capstone Design I 7||3|
|or CE 134||SU: System Focused Design Engr|
|or EE 187||Capstone Design I|
|or ME 185||Capstone Design I|
|BME 188||Capstone Design II 7||3|
|or CE 175||SU: Capstone Design|
|or EE 188||Capstone Design II|
|or ME 186||Capstone Design II|
|RECOMMENDED/OPTIONAL COURSES (0-3 CREDITS)|
|Physics Problem Solving I|
|Physics Problem Solving II|
Students must complete 15 credits of approved General Education Electives, including one 3-credit D1 course, a second 3-credit D1 or D2 course, and 3 credits each of Arts and Humanities (AH) and Social Sciences (SS). A single course can satisfy multiple requirements in this category; the student will still need a total of 15 credits.
Students who meet the Univ SU: Sustainability Requirement with an approved BSAD Elective4, Engineering Science Elective5, or a course that meets both D2 and SU, may replace these credits with free elective credits. At least one D1, D2 or SU course must be in Humanities.
Students who earn 6 cr. in Humanities through D1, D2 or SU coursework may replace this General Education- Humanities requirement with a 3 cr. free elective.
Engineering Science Electives: All BME, CE, EE, EMGT, ENGR & ME courses (except ENGR 010). Must include a minimum of 9 EMGT credits at the 200 level.
CEMS 050 & First-year Design courses are degree requirements for first-year students. Internal and external transfer students may substitute 100-level or higher engineering (BME, CE, EE, ENGR, ME) credits for this requirement.
For 100-level Capstone courses, students must choose courses with the same course prefix.