Overview

  • This is jointly sponsored by the Ann and H. J. Smead Aerospace Engineering Science Department and the Engineering Management Program.
  • Designed for students enrolled in the MS Aerospace Engineering program or Engineering Management, as well as other MS Engineering (ME, EE, CompSci) programs.
  • 12 credit hours for completion

Objectives

  • Build leadership and program management skills widely employed by the aerospace industry.
  • Gain insight into the unique combination of relationship building, business acumen and risk-taking required to successfully complete technically complex, multi-disciplinary projects.
  • Build a solid foundation in the current global topics pertaining to aerospace and the tools employed by successful leaders.
  • Learn from faculty and guest speakers with expertise in the aerospace industry.

4 Required Courses 

(12 credit hours)

  • EMEN 5030 Fundamentals of Project Management
  • EMEN 5053 Leading Technical Organizations (Spring)
  • EMEN 5065 Global Topics in Aerospace (Fall) 
  • EMEN 5830 Aerospace Program Management