Engineering Management, Bachelor of Science

Course Requirements (ENMT)

General Education Requirements

(# - Refer to General Education Course Requirements for Course Options)

Complete the following course (0 credits)

CBU 101Orientation to CBU

0

Mathematics (3 credits)

 
MATH 107Functions

2

AND

MATH 110Trigonometry

2

OR

MATH 117Precalculus

3

For PKG
 
MATH 117Precalculus

3

OR

MATH 107Functions

2

AND

MATH 110Trigonometry

2

Total Credit Hours:3-4

Statistics (3 credits)

If not fulfilled by major requirements, use MATH 121 (0 credits)

Total Credit Hours:3

English (9-10 credits)

Writing and Critical Literacy
ENG 121Writing and Critical Literacy

3

AND

ENG 121LWriting and Critical Literacy Lab

1

OR

ENG 122Writing and Critical Literacy for Multilingual Learners

3

AND

ENG 122LWriting and Critical Literacy Lab for Multilingual Learners

1

OR

ENG 123Writing and Critical Literacy

3

OR

ENG 231Honors Survey of World Literature I

4

Total Credit Hours:3-4
Writing and Critical Research
ENG 130Writing and Critical Research

3

OR

ENG 232Honors Survey of World Literature II

4

Total Credit Hours:3-4
English Literature # (3 credits)

Waived if ENG 231/ENG 232, add 1 hr to Free Elect

ENG 211Introduction to Literature

3

ENG 221Survey of British Literature I

3

ENG 222Survey of British Literature II

3

ENG 223American Literature to 1865

3

ENG 224American Literature from 1865

3

ENG 231Honors Survey of World Literature I

4

ENG 232Honors Survey of World Literature II

4

ENG 337Texts and Technologies

3

ENG 338Public Humanities

3

ENG 361African-American Literature

3

ENG 362Literature and Gender

3

Religious Studies # (6 credits)

Social Science or History # (6 credits)

Natural or Physical Science (4 credits)

(PHYS 150 and PHYS 150L) or (PHYS 201 Introduction to Physics and PHYS 201L Introduction to Physics Lab)

PHYS 150Physics I

3

AND

PHYS 150LPhysics I Laboratory

1

PHYS 201College Physics I

3

AND

PHYS 201LCollege Physics I Laboratory

1

Total Credit Hours:4

Moral Values # (3 credits)

For CM:
PHIL 219Social and Political Philosophy

3

PHIL 220Contemporary Moral Issues

3

PHIL 223Business Ethics

3

PHIL 224Theories of Human Nature

3

PHIL 234Honors Theories of Human Nature

3

PHIL 322Medical Ethics

3

PHIL 324Technology and Human Values

3

PHIL 325Environmental Ethics

3

Aesthetics

Fulfilled by English Literature GER

Total Credit Hours:31

Engineering Management Support Requirements

Minimum of one Math course beyond general education requirement; must include MATH 131 or MATH 106.

Minimum of one laboratory science beyond general education requirements.

One course in technical or graphical communication (ENG 371, SPCH 125, ME 121, CE 111)

BIOL 107Environmental Biology

3

AND

BIOL 107LEnvironmental Biology Laboratory

1

OR

BIOL 111Principles of Biology I

3

AND

BIOL 111LPrinciples of Biology I Laboratory

1

OR

CHEM 113Principles of Chemistry I

3

AND

CHEM 113LPrinciples of Chemistry I Laboratory

1

OR

CHEM 114Principles of Chemistry II

3

AND

CHEM 114LPrinciples of Chemistry II Laboratory

1

OR

CHEM 115General Chemistry

3

AND

CHEM 115LGeneral Chemistry Laboratory

1

AND

CE 111Civil Engineering Graphics

3

OR

ENG 371Professional Communications

3

MATH 106Applied Math with an Introduction to Calculus

3

OR

MATH 131Calculus I

3

OR

MATH 132Calculus II

3

AND

ME 121Solids Modeling

3

PHYS 202College Physics II

3

AND

PHYS 202LCollege Physics II Laboratory

1

PHYS 251Physics II

3

AND

PHYS 251LPhysics II Laboratory

1

SPCH 125Speech Communication

3

Total Credit Hours:14

Lower Level Engineering-Math-Science and Approved Business Courses

Minimum of  24 credits of math, engineering, and science courses at the 100-200 level and/or approved business courses.

(Business courses must be from approved list:  ACCT 260, BLAW 345, ECON 234, FIN 327, MGMT 227, MKTG 311, STAT 223)

ACCT 260Financial Accounting

3

BLAW 345Legal Environment of Business

3

CE 110Introduction to Civil Engineering

2

CH E 101Chemical Engineering Project I

1

CH E 120Introduction to Chemical Engineering

2

CH E 201Chemical Engineering Project II

1

CH E 232Material and Energy Balances

4

CE 113Civil Engineering Analysis

2

CE 201Statics

3

CE 210/ME 210Mechanics of Materials

3

CE 212Structural Analysis

3

CE 225Geomatics

3

CE 251Construction Materials

3

CE 299Hydraulics

3

ECE 101Introduction to Engineering Problem Solving

3

ECE 221Electric Circuit Analysis I

3

ECE 222Electric Circuit Analysis II

3

ECE 250Digital Design

3

ECE 251Microcontroller Architecture and Programming

3

ECE 251LMicrocontroller Architecture and Programming Laboratory

1

ECON 214Principles of Microeconomics

3

ENGR 100Exploring Engineering

3

ENGR 101Engineering Mechanics

3

ENGR 109Introduction to Meteorology

3

ENGR 109LIntroduction to Meteorology Laboratory

1

ENGR 220Engineering in the Ancient World

3

ME 112Scientific Programming

3

ME 201Manufacturing Processes

2

ME 202Dynamics

3

ME 210Mechanics of Materials

3

FIN 327Financial Management I

3

MGMT 227Foundations of Management

3

MKTG 311Principles of Marketing

3

STAT 223Business Statistics

3

Total Credit Hours:24

Engineering Management Concentration Requirements

(2.0 GPA in Major Required)

Data Analytics Concentration Requirements

Requirements List
BSEM General Requirements listed previously
DA 110Internet History, Security, and Technology

3

DA 120Foundations of Data Analytics I

3

DA 130Foundations of Data Analytics II

3

DA 310Principles and Techniques of Data Analytics

3

DA 320Principles and Techniques of Data Analytics II

3

PGMT 305Introduction to Project Management

3

PGMT 310Project Planning

3

PGMT 405Project Evaluation Monitoring and Control

3

PGMT 410Advanced Project Management - Practicum

3

CS 112Computers in Problem Solving

3

CS 112LComputers in Problem Solving Lab

1

CS 172Fundamentals of Computer Science

3

CS 172LFundamentals of Computer Science Lab

1

CS 234Data Structures

3

CS 234LData Structures Lab

1

ECE 471Design of Database Systems

3

CE 351Fundamentals of Engineering Economy

2

Program Option

3

ECE 401Electromechanical Energy Conversion

3

OR

MGMT 430Ethical Decision Making in Business

3

DA 450Data Analytics Practicum

3

Approved Program Options
Complete one course from the following:  BIO 240, DH 336/ENG 336, ENG 337, PHIL 324, DH 400
BIOL 240Introduction to Bioinformatics

3

ENG 337Texts and Technologies

3

PHIL 324Technology and Human Values

3

Engineering Studies Concentration Requirements for BSEM

Concentration may not be declared until a student has completed at least 60 credits.    The BSEM coordinator must approve all applications to declare the Engineering Studies Concentration.
Engineering Studies Concentration Requirements

Concentration may not be declared until a student has completed at least 60 credits.    The BSEM coordinator must approve all applications to declare the Engineering Studies Concentration.

 

Must have 2.0 GPA for all courses submitted for concentration.

Must complete approved Ethics course (CE/CHE/ECE/ME 400).

Must complete approved capstone project.

Must complete an additional 45 credits in math, science, and engineering, of which at least 15 credits are at the 300 level or above.

ECE 400The Compleat Engineer

3

OR

ENGR 423Engineering Design Capstone I

3

OR

CE 431Senior Design Project I

2

OR

CH E 401Chemical Engineering Senior Project

2

OR

ECE 411Electrical and Computer Engineering Project I

2

OR

ECE 414Electrical and Computer Engineering Capstone I

3

OR

ME 407Mechanical Engineering Project I

3

Total Credit Hours:50

Game Design Concentration Requirements

General BSEM Requirements listed previously
Game Design Requiredments in Lower-Level Engineering Group
These courses are required for the Game Design Concentration but count under the Lower-Level engineering/Business course category.     This will reduce the number of elective credits in the category to four.
ECE 101Introduction to Engineering Problem Solving

3

MKTG 311Principles of Marketing

3

STAT 223Business Statistics

3

CS 112Computers in Problem Solving

3

CS 112LComputers in Problem Solving Lab

1

CS 172Fundamentals of Computer Science

3

CS 172LFundamentals of Computer Science Lab

1

MATH 141Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

3

Requirements List
Specific requirements for the Game Design Concentration
ART 314Introduction to Graphic Design

2

ART 314LIntroduction to Graphic Design Lab

1

ART 315Typography & Layout

2

ART 315LTypography & Layout Lab

1

CS 301C Programming

3

CS 234Data Structures

3

CS 234LData Structures Lab

1

CS 440Algorithms

3

GD 110Introduction to Games

3

GD 210Content and Systems Design

3

GD 310Unity I: Working with Unity

3

GD 320C# Programming

3

GD 410Distribution of Games

3

GD 420Unity II: Advanced Unity Programming

3

PGMT 305Introduction to Project Management

3

PGMT 310Project Planning

3

PGMT 405Project Evaluation Monitoring and Control

3

PGMT 410Advanced Project Management - Practicum

3

ECE 400The Compleat Engineer

3

OR

MGMT 430Ethical Decision Making in Business

3

GD 450Capstone Project: Building a Game

3

Packaging Concentration Requirements for BSEM (ENMT)

(Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management general requirements listed previously)

Packaging Concentration Requirements (PKG)

2.0 GPA in Major Required

ART 314Introduction to Graphic Design

2

AND

ART 314LIntroduction to Graphic Design Lab

1

MIS 153Introduction to Computer Business Applications

3

PKG 101Introduction to Packaging

1

PKG 102Introduction to Packaging Design

1

PKG 203Distribution Packaging and Logistics

3

PKG 205Packaging Machinery

3

PKG 206Packaging CAD and Prototyping

3

PKG 315Packaging Materials

3

PKG 319Principles of Packaging

3

PKG 321Healthcare Packaging

3

PKG 411Principles of Packaging Development

3

PKG 487Professional Certifications, Practices, and Responsibilities

1

PKG 491Packaging Research

3

PKG 495Packaging Internship

3

SPCH 125Speech Communication

3

ECE 400The Compleat Engineer

3

OR

MGMT 430Ethical Decision Making in Business

3

ENGR 101Engineering Mechanics

3

OR

CE 210/ME 210Mechanics of Materials

3

OR

ME 210Mechanics of Materials

3

Total Credit Hours:48
Electives - Choose 6 Hours From The Following:
Electives must be approved by the Packaging Coordinator
CH E 305/ME 305Elementary Thermodynamics

3

CHEM 114Principles of Chemistry II

3

CHEM 114LPrinciples of Chemistry II Laboratory

1

ENGR 109Introduction to Meteorology

3

ENGR 109LIntroduction to Meteorology Laboratory

1

MATH 132Calculus II

3

ME 202Dynamics

3

ME 305Engineering Thermodynamics I

3

ME 306Heat Transfer

3

PHYS 251Physics II

3

PHYS 251LPhysics II Laboratory

1

PKG 302Packaging Laboratory Instrumentation

1

PKG 395Internal Internship

1

PKG 488Packaging Professional In-Training Certification

3

PKG 496-498Advanced Topics in Packaging

1-4

PKG 412Cold Chain Packaging

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:6

Total Credit Hours: 120