B.S. in Engineering Management

Engineering Management

Successful engineering managers - in manufacturing, the military, or other industries - use powerful analytic metrics and methods to solve complex problems. The engineering management program at St. Mary's University provides an opportunity for future engineers and scientists to enhance their knowledge in the area of scientific management.

Graduates apply their skills in engineering management to solve problems; assess an engineering management study; and lead decision-making processes.

Unique facilities available to engineering management students include an electrical engineering laboratory accessible 24-hours a day; an energy conversion laboratory for motors, generators and transformers; a manufacturing and robotics laboratory; and a research laboratory equipped with both UNIX and Windows workstations.

St. Mary’s University Core 1
SMC 1301Foundations of Civilization3
SMC 1311Foundations of Reflection:Self3
SMC 1312Foundations of Reflection: Nature3
SMC 1313Foundations of Reflection: Others3
SMC 1314Foundations of Reflection: God3
SMC 2301Foundations of Practice: Ethics3
SMC 2302Foundations of Practice: Civic Engagement and Social Action3
SMC 2303Foundations of Practice:Fine Arts and Creative Process3
SMC 2304Foundations of Practice: Literature3
EG 4363Senior Design Project II 23
School of Science, Engineering, and Technology Specific Core
Rhetoric & Composition 33
Rhetoric and Composition
Fine Arts3
Engineering Graphics and Design
Foreign Languages6
6 hours of Second Year level (2311, 2312) in a language in which the student has prior knowledge or training, meaning he/she speaks the language or took it in high school
6 hours of Introductory level (1311, 1312) in which he/she has no prior training or knowledge
12 hours of CLEP/AP credit
Social Science3
Engineering Economy
Speech3
Senior Design Project I
Theology3
Select one of the following:
Advanced Theology TH 33XX/43XX
Perspectives and Themes in History, Philosophy and/or Theology
B.S. Engineering Management Major Courses 4
AC 2310Introduction to Accounting I3
AC 2320Introduction to Accounting II3
EG 1101Introduction to Engineering1
EG 1302Programming for Engineers3
EG 2307Engineering Mechanics3
EG 3145Circuits and Systems Lab1
EG 3333Lean Production Systems3
EG 3345Circuits and Systems3
EG 4330Quality Control & Reliability3
EG 4337Computer Simulation3
FN 3310Corporate Finance3
MK 3310Principles of Marketing3
MN 33203
MN 3330Organizational Behavior3
QM 3340Project Management3
MT 2412Calculus I4
MT 2413Calculus II4
MT 3311Differential Equations3
MT 4332Statistics3
PY 1404University Physics I4
PY 2404University Physics II4
Industrial Engineering Electives6
Select two of the following:
Work Design & Product Measure
Industrial Automation and Control
Human Factors
Optimization
Applied Optimization & Stochastic Analysis
Supply Chain Management
Manufacturing Processes
Computer Aided Manufacturing
BA Electives9
Select three of the following, with no more than six hours from any one area:
Accounting:
Intermediate Accounting I
Intermediate Accounting II
Cost Accounting
Account for Govern& No-Profits
Personal Income Tax
Business Income Tax
Finance:
Financial Institutions
Fundamentals of Risk Management
Investments I
Financial Counseling
Employee Benefits Management
Entrepreneurial Studies:
Innovation& Creat Problem Solv
Financing the Entrepre Venture
Internt'l Entrepreneurship
Franchising
Family Owned/Closely Held Busi
Law and Ethics for Entrepreneu
Venture Manage of Tech&MIS
Networking & Comm for Entrepre
Managerial Account for Entrepr
Human Resources Issues for Ent
Marketing for Entrepreneurs
Business Plan Development & New Venture Creation
Small Business Growth & Management
Information Systems Management:
Database Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
Business Intelligence
Marketing:
Promotion
Selling & Sales Management
Services Marketing
Special Topics in Marketing
Distribution and Pricing Decisions
Management:
Study in Leadership
Managing Innovation and Change
Special Topics in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
MN 4360
MN 4370
International Business:
International Finance
and US Business in an Independent World (W)
Internat'l Marketing
Managing in Cross-Culture Envi
International Management
IB 436X
Global Market Research
Proficiency in Information Technology and Information Literacy
For this major, this requirement will be fulfilled by passing coursework within the degree plan.
Total Semester Hours129
1

All St. Mary’s Core SMC 13XX "Reflection" courses must be completed before registering for SMC 23XX "Practice" courses, unless authorized by student’s adviser.

2

EG 4363  fufills SMC 4301 requirement.

3

Grade of “C” or better is required.  International students may be required to take EN 1313 to fulfill this requirement.

4

Engineering students must make a grade of “C” or better in all engineering courses and their prerequisites. One exception applies to the graduating senior who may petition his/her adviser to allow one grade of “D”. Students are not permitted to take an engineering, science, or mathematics course unless all prerequisites are passed with a grade of “C” or better.

This is a recommended degree plan subject to changes. Please meet with your advisor on a regular basis.

First Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
SMC 13013SMC 13113
EN 13113SMC 13123
EG 11011EG 13013
EG 13023MT 24134
MT 24124PY 24044
PY 14044 
ND 01010 
 18 17
Second Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
SMC 13133SMC 23013
SMC 13143SMC 23023
AC 23103SMC 23033
EG 23073AC 23203
Industrial Engineering Elective #13MT 43323
 15 15
Third Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
EG 33333SMC 23043
EG 33453Advanced Theology3
EG 43303EG 31451
FN 33103EG 43373
MT 33113MK 33103
BA Elective #13MN 33303
 18 16
Fourth Year
FallSemester HoursSpringSemester Hours
Foreign Language3EG 43633
EG 43623Foreign Language3
MN 33203EG 33343
QM 33403BA Elective #33
BA Elective #23Industrial Engineering Elective #23
 15 15
Total Semester Hours 129