All engineering management students must complete two of the three General Education Goals 6, 7 and 8; and two of the four Goals 9, 10A, 10B and 12 in satisfying the humanities and social science requirements. The 12 credits of humanities and social science electives must conform to college requirements for breadth and depth of study.
The mathematics courses in the core curriculum satisfy the requirements of Goal 3.
The chemistry and physics courses in the core curriculum satisfy the requirements of Goals 4 and 5.
ENGL 101 English Composition 3 cr ENGL 201 Critical Reading and Writing 3 cr SPCH 101 Principles of Speech 2 cr GOALS: Humanities and Social Sciences 12 cr CHEM 121 General Chemistry I 5 cr MATH 121 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 4 cr MATH 222 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 4 cr MATH 230 Introduction to Linear Algebra 2 cr MATH g352 General Statistics 3 cr MATH g355 Operations Research 3 cr MATH g360 Differential Equations 3 cr PHYS 221-222 Engineering Physics 8 cr ENGR 101 Engineering Methods 2 cr ENGR 105 Engineering Drawing 2 cr ENGR 206 Statics 3 cr ENGR 208 Dynamics 3 cr ENGR 213 Electrical Circuits 3 cr ENGR 223 Materials and Measurements 4 cr ENGR 264 Numerical Analysis of Engineering Problems 3 cr ENGR 307 Thermodynamics 3 cr ENGR 309 Transport Phenomena 3 cr ENGR 313 Fundamentals of Electrical Devices 4 cr ENGR 321 Mechanics of Materials 3 cr ENGR 345 Analysis of Linear Systems 3 cr ENGR 496 Project Design I 2 cr ENGR 497 Project Design II 2 cr ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I 3 cr ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II 3 cr ECON 201-202 Economic Principles and Problems 6 cr FIN 315 Corporate Financial Management 3 cr MGT g312 Individual and Organizational Behavior 3 cr MGT 329 Operations/Production Management 3 cr MGT g441 Organization Behavior 3 cr MKTG 325 Basic Marketing Management 3 crTo complete the engineering management program, each student must select and complete one of the following sequences of courses:
Sequence I: Leading to the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management
ENGR 202 Manufacturing Processes 3 cr ENGR g473 Feedback Control Systems 3 cr ENGR g493 Sampled Data Control Systems 3 cr MGT g430 Advanced Operations/ Production Management 3 cr MGT g434 Productivity and Quality 3 cr MGT g450 Manufacturing Strategy 3 cr IN ADDITION: Engineering Design Electives# 6 crSequence II: Leading to the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management with Emphasis in Nuclear Engineering
ENGR 371 Introduction to Nuclear Engineering 3 cr ENGR g421 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I 3 cr ENGR g431 Nuclear Reactor Analysis 3 cr ENGR g432 Nuclear Reactor Core Design 3 cr ENGR g433 Nuclear Reactor Laboratory 1 cr ENGR g471 Nuclear Power Systems 3 cr ENGR g478 Probabilistic Design 3 cr CIS 381 Management Information Systems 3 cr PHYS g301 Modern Physics 3 crNote: # A list of approved engineering design electives is available from the College of Engineering office.