Engineering Management, B.S.
2022 Semester Map

TOTAL CREDITS: 123

Fall, Year One

CourseCredits
ETCS 105
Career Discovery
2
ACCT 101
Accounting I
3
MATH 135
Fundamentals of Precalculus I
4
FCWR 101
Writing I: Foundations of College Composition
3
ECON 202
Principles of Economics I
3
TOTAL CREDITS15

Spring, Year One

CourseCredits
MGMT 102
Principles of Management
3
MATH 136
Fundamentals of Precalculus II
4
Liberal Arts Elective 3
FCWR 151
Writing II: Foundations of Research Writing
3
FCSP 105
Foundations of Speech Communication
3
TOTAL CREDITS16

Fall, Year Two

CourseCredits
IENG 240
Engineering Economics
3
MRKT 102
Introduction to Marketing
3
MATH 161
Basic Applied Calculus
3
PHYS 130
Introductory Physics
3
CHEM 107
Engineering Chemistry I
4
TOTAL CREDITS16

Spring, Year Two

CourseCredits
IENG 245
Statistical Design I
3
IENG 251
Project Engineering
3
MENG 105
Engineering Graphics
1
MENG 201
Engineering Programming
3
PHYS 150
Introductory Physics II
3
ICBS 3XX
Behavioral Science choice
3
TOTAL CREDITS16

Fall, Year Three

CourseCredits
IENG 510
Energy Management
3
IENG 350
Quality Control and Reliability
3
FINC 201
Corporation Finance
3
STEM ElectiveA
3
FCWR 304
Communication for Technical Professions
3
TOTAL CREDITS15

Spring, Year Three

CourseCredits
IENG 345
Statistical Design II
3
IENG 421
Technology and Entrepreneurship
3
MENG 310
Introduction to Material Sciences
3
Technology ElectiveB 3
STEM ElectiveA 3
TOTAL CREDITS15

Fall, Year Four

CourseCredits
IENG 450
Systems Engineering and Analysis
3
IENG 380
Operations Research I
3
IENG XXX
Industrial Engineering Electives
3
ICSS 309
Technology and Global IssuesC
3
Liberal Arts Elective 3
TOTAL CREDITS15

Spring, Year Four

CourseCredits
IENG 475
Industrial Engineering Design ID
3
MGMT 370
Organizational Behavior
3
ICPH 3XX
Philosophy choice2
3
ICLT 3XX
Literature choice2
3
IENG XXX
Industrial Engineering Electives
3
TOTAL CREDITS15
A
Select from any PHYS, MATH, or other course offered by the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences.
B
Elective may be advanced level mathematics and engineering courses, such as MENG 321 or other approved by chair.
C
Cross-listed with IENG 400.
D
Student must have senior status or chairperson approval to enroll.