Engineering Management (EMGT)


EMGT 500  Managing in the STEM Environment  3 Credits (3,0)

Application of management skills specific to the STEM environment. Technical communication skills are emphasized as a component of STEM management professionalism.

EMGT 520  Quality for Projects and Operations  3 Credits (3,0)

Quality thought leaders introduced as a foundation for quality management systems. Foundational quality management techniques such as statistical process control.
Prerequisites: EMGT 500

EMGT 530  Project Scheduling and Risk Management  3 Credits (3,0)

Projects are defined, and the project schedule characterized by scope, project activities, and resource assignments. Investigate the iterative nature of identification, qualitative and quantitative analysis.
Prerequisites: EMGT 500

EMGT 620  Technology and Innovation Management  3 Credits (3,0)

Creation of technology roadmaps. Implementation of configuration policy and practice in complex systems. Introduction to intellectual property development, distribution and protection. Analysis of strategic frameworks and organizational structures for innovation.
Prerequisites: EMGT 500

EMGT 690  Engineering Management Capstone  3 Credits (3,0)

A demonstration of mastery of engineering management including the following topics: engineering project plans, financial analysis, quantitative analysis, quality management systems, and ethics and professional responsibility. This is required for students in the American Society for Engineering Management aligned studies. All coursework must be complete before attempting the capstone.