Our engineering management minor is designed to help advance the nature of leadership within industry. This minor is designed for students rostered in the College of Engineering and Applied Science who wish to advance their business skills and knowledge within industry. Students will learn the skills necessary to integrate engineering management systems into the engineering and technology environment.  A minor in engineering management will broaden your knowledge and skills in project management, leadership, marketing, economics, accounting and finance. NOTE:  This minor is open to College of Engineering and Applied Science students only.

Required Courses

(6 credits)

  • EMEN 4030: Project Management Systems or substitute AREN 4506, CSCI 3308 or CVEN 3246
  • EMEN 4100: Engineering Economics

Electives

(12 credits)

  • EMEN 3100: Introduction to Engineering Management
  • EMEN 4050: Leadership & Professional Skills
  • EMEN 4055: Designing for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Engineering-counts towards H&SS credit
  • EMEN 4110:  Supply Chain Management (same as MGMT 4110)
  • EMEN 4120:  Managing Business Processes (same as MGMT 4120 & MGMT 5120)
  • EMEN 4200: Engineering Entrepreneurship for the Developing World
  • EMEN 4400: Quality Management
  • EMEN 4405: Fundamentals of Systems Engineering or substitute ECEN 4583
  • EMEN 4800: Technology Ventures & Marketing
  • EMEN 4820:  Entrepreneurial Product Design:  starting Fall 2018
  • EMEN 4825: Entrepreneurial Business Plan Prep
  • EMEN 4830: Special Topics
  • EMEN 4850: Entrepreneurial Leadership
  • EMEN 4875: Entrepreneurial Finance

*Students may select any 3000 or 4000-level EMEN course to count towards the Engineering Management minor (EMEN 4030 does not count as an elective if AREN 4506, CSCI 3308 or CVEN 3246 is taken for the required course above).  Three elective credits can come from the approved "accepted elective substitutions" list below.

(*can satisfy up to 3 credit hours)

  • APPM 3570
  • APPM 4570
  • APPM 4580
  • ASEN 2004 OR ASEN 2704 (spring 2023)
  • AREN 4606
  • CHEN 3010
  • CHEN 4090
  • CHEN 4630
  • COEN 2050
  • CSCI 1000
  • CSCI 4502
  • CVEN 3227
  • CVEN 4897
  • ECEN 1100
  • ECEN 2410
  • ECEN 3810
  • ENLP 3000
  • GEEN 3853
  • MCEN 2000
  • MCEN 3047
  • MCEN 5045

Grade Requirement

Each individual course that is counted towards these degree requirements must be passed with a D- or better.  Note, however, that a C- or better is required in all prerequisite courses to move on to a subsequent course. Prior coursework may be transferred from other institutions with approval.  At least three courses need to be taken on campus (or online) through CU Boulder.