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Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management
The BSEM requires the successful completion of a total of 120 credit hours of study, 60 of which are at the upper level (junior and senior years).

A student must complete at least 30 credit hours in General Education to receive a BSEM degree. A student must also complete 54 credit hours of Engineering Management core courses. The remaining credit hours consist of elective courses.

BSEM Program Objectives

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
  • Apply engineering management principles in engineering operations
  • Apply effective leadership, teamwork and project management skills in engineering projects and business processes
  • Demonstrate the knowledge of core business disciplines in solving engineering problems
  • Use quantitative and analytical methods to analyze and solve engineering technical problems
BSEM Core Courses
ACCT 125 Accounting for Managers
CST 115 Computer Architecture and Organization
CST 117 Internet and Web Programming
CST 192 Management Information Systems
ECON 125 Economics for Managers
EMGT 100 Introduction to Engineering
EMGT 145 Technological Entrepreneurship
EMGT 150 Engineering and Technology Management
EMGT 151 Introduction to Systems Engineering
FIN 100 Principles of Finance
MATH 100 Business Mathematics
MGT 100 Introduction to Business
MGT 102 Legal Environment of Business
MGT 115 Operations Management
MGT 135 Leadership
MGT 150 Project Management
MKT 100 Principles of Marketing
STAT 100 Basic Statistics
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