The 12-credit hour Engineering Management Concentration prepares engineers for success in entry-level engineering roles by providing business knowledge and skills in an engineering context. Students pursuing the Engineering Management Concentration will refine their interpersonal skills, leadership skills and understand a business framework in an engineering and technology environment. Students will learn a skillset to integrate engineering management systems into engineering and broaden their knowledge in project management, leadership, marketing, economics, accounting and finance.

Below are the credit hours required for students who choose the Engineering Management Concentration:

Choose Three:

  • Business Methods & Economics for Engineers* (EMEN 4100) 3 credits
  • Technology & Entrepreneurship for the Developing World (EMEN 4200) 3 credits
  • Fundamentals of Engineering Management* (EMEN 4830) 3 credits
  • Leadership & Professional Skills (EMEN 4050) 3 credits
  • Technology Ventures & Marketing (EMEN 4800) 3 credits
  • Entrepreneurial Business Plan Preparation (EMEN 4825) 3 credits
  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship (ESBM 3100) 3 credits

Choose One:

  • Project Management Systems* (EMEN 4030) 3 credits
  • Introduction to Construction* (CVEN 3246) 3 credits

​Total Credits:

  • 12 credits

* Courses needed to complete an Engineering Management Minor

Note: Beginning with the incoming class of Fall 2016, all courses in each e+ Concentration require a minimum grade of C.

Note: By completing the concentration, students can receive a certificate in Engineering Management.

Note: Pursuing a Minor in Engineering Management requires completion of courses with a * in the list above and one additional course beyond the requirements for the e+ Concentration.