ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTION

EM 101 ENGINEERING DRAWING

Credits: 2 (0,0,6) Prerequisite: None

This course trains students on the graphical interpretation of orthographic projection to include auxiliary views, section views, dimensioning, translation of design instructions into detail and assembly drawings, drawing conventions including weldments, piping, referencing and surface finish notation, election of tolerances based on design requirements.
EM 203 STATICS
EM 204 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
EM 205 THERMODYNAMICS
EM 206 MATERIALS SCIENCE
EM 208 FLUID MECHANICS
EM 301 SURVEYING
EM 303 STRUCTURES I
EM 304 REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN
EM 306 SOIL MECHANICS AND FOUNDATIONS
EM 315 Management of Organizations and Human Resources
EM 317 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE
EM 326 PROJECT MANAGEMENT
EM 327 ENGINEERING ECONOMY
EM 335 OPERATIONS RESEARCH
EM 345 PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL
EM 346 LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
EM 347 QUALITY MANAGEMENT
EM 348 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
EM 381 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
EM 383 BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTION
EM 384 CONTRACTS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND QUANTITY SURVEYING
EM 408 GENERAL ENGINEERING DESIGN
EM 438 MODELING AND SIMULATION
EM 448 INVENTORY PLANNING AND CONTROL
EM 458 PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
EM 459 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
EM 468 INDUSTRIAL SAFETY
EM 469 HUMAN FACTORS AND WORK METHODS
EM 471 TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT
EM 472 KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
EM 473 ENERGY RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
EM 474 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
EM 475 TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
EM 476 COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
EM 482 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AND METHODS
EM 484 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
EM 486 COST ENGINEERING: ESTIMATING, BUDGETING, AND CONTROL
EM 488 PROJECT PLANNING, SCHEDULING AND CONTROL
EM 490 INTERNSHIP
EM 492 Co-Op
EM 498 SENIOR PROJECT I
EM 499 SENIOR PROJECT II