The undergraduate engineering management program is a 120 semester credit hours program comprised of a two-year, lower-level Associate of Science in Engineering Management (ASEM) and a follow-on two-year, upper-level Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management (BSEM).

The ASEM requires the successful completion of 60 semester credit hours of instruction at the lower level (freshman and sophomore years). The ASEM places a strong emphasis on general education courses as well as core courses that will provide a solid foundation for entry to the BSEM program.

ASEM Program Objectives

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:

  • Apply engineering management principles in engineering operations
  • Demonstrate the knowledge of core business disciplines in solving engineering problems
  • Use quantitative and analytical methods to analyze and solve engineering technical problems

ASEM Core Courses

  • ACCT 210 Accounting for Managers
  • CST 200 Computer Architecture and Organization
  • ECON 210 Economics for Managers
  • EMGT 100 Introduction to Engineering
  • EMGT 210 Technological Entrepreneurship
  • EMGT 252 Engineering and Technology Management
  • MATH 200 Business Mathematics
  • MGT 100 Introduction to Business
  • STAT 200 Basic Statistics
Program taught in:
  • English
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