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ENG M310 Engineering Economy Course Page

Description: The application of the fundamentals of economics to engineering alternatives in planning, developing and managing industrial projects. Note: Credit cannot be obtained for more than one of ENGG 310, 401, ENG M 310 or 401.

ENG M310A Engineering Economy Course Page

Description: The application of the fundamentals of economics to engineering alternatives in planning, developing and managing industrial projects. Note: Credit cannot be obtained for more than one of ENGG 310, 401, ENG M 310 or 401.

ENG M310B Engineering Economy Course Page

Description: The application of the fundamentals of economics to engineering alternatives in planning, developing and managing industrial projects. Note: Credit cannot be obtained for more than one of ENGG 310, 401, ENG M 310 or 401.

ENG M401 Financial Management for Engineers Course Page

Description: The application of the fundamentals of engineering economics, financial analysis and market assessment to engineering alternatives in the planning, development and ongoing management of industrial enterprises. The course covers the use of engineering, economic, financial and market assessment information in investment and business operation decisions in technology oriented companies. Note: Credit cannot be obtained for more than one of ENGG 310, ENGG 401, ENG M 310, or ENG M 401.

ENG M402 Project Management and Entrepreneurship Course Page

Description: Introduction to the conceptual and practical considerations in identifying and developing new products. The theory and practice of project management applied to the creation of new business activities and ventures will be discussed. Topics include project management, innovation and entrepreneurship, business planning, marketing, and mobilizing human and financial resources. These will be applied in the development of a business plan for a business concept. The course is intended to provide engineering and business students with an awareness of specific planning, budgeting and scheduling techniques that can be used to implement and monitor new business activities. This course is open to Business and Science students with consent of Instructor. Note: Credit cannot be obtained for both ENGG 402 and ENG M 402.

ENG M501 Production and Operations Management Course Page

Description: Production and operations management, analysis, and design of work, forecasting, inventory management including MRP, JIT, and Kanban, maintenance management, facility layout, operations scheduling, and project planning and management. Credit cannot be obtained in both ENG M 501 and MEC E 513. Prerequisites: one of ENGG 310, 401 or ENG M 310, 401 and STAT 235 or equivalent.

ENG M508 Energy Auditing and Management Course Page

Description: Concepts and value of energy management and conservation. Methodologies for energy management in energy intensive systems in various industries. Energy auditing methods and implementation. Energy accounting and economic analysis. Energy audits and maintenance. Exposure to software for energy auditing.

ENG M514 Reliability Engineering Course Page

Description: Concepts of reliability, failure rate, maintainability, and availability. Properties of various statistical distributions and their applications in reliability engineering. Failure data analysis techniques including probability plotting. Load and strength interference in mechanical component design. System reliability models and system reliability evaluation methods. Optimal system design considering reliability issues. Prerequisite: STAT 235 or equivalent.

ENG M516 Maintenance Management Course Page

Description: Maintenance management of industrial assets. Preventative maintenance decisions. Spare parts provisioning. Predictive maintenance decisions. Reliability centered maintenance. Total productive maintenance. Case studies. Prerequisite: STAT 235 or equivalent.

ENG M530 Engineering Project Management Course Page

Description: Introduction to project management tools, techniques, templates, and methodologies. This course examines the eight knowledge areas of the Project Management Institute (PMI) which provide an integrated approach to managing engineering projects. Prerequisites: One of ENGG 310, 401 or ENG M 310, 401.

ENG M540 Introduction to Optimization Models and Algorithms Course Page

Description: An introduction to optimization methods in solving engineering management problems. Both modeling techniques and algorithms will be covered. Topics include linear programming, formulation and modeling techniques, the simplex method, sensitivity analysis, duality, transportation and network problems, algorithmic and heuristic methods, integer programming, and/or non-linear programming. Credit cannot be obtained in both ENG M 540 and ENG M 640.

ENG M558 Ergonomics and Work Design Course Page

Description: Fundamental methods for the analysis of human systems in industrial engineering. Human-machine interaction. Engineering of the workplace and the work environment. Motion and time study. Standards in ergonomics and work design.

ENG M605 Computer-Aided Product modeling and Production Engineering Course Page

Description: Computer-aided engineering software modeling and implementation methodology; Feature-based product modeling development; Feature-based manufacturing process modeling; Engineering data integration; Production system engineering; System integration in production engineering; Advanced product and process engineering informatics with networked collaboration.

ENG M611 Design and Integration of Standardized Systems Course Page

Description: Design, development and use of international assurance and management standards in manufacturing, service and energy industries. Creation of standardized systems for quality, environmental, safety, security, responsibility, risk and other aspects of the organization. Modeling of integration frameworks and methodologies. Auditing, maintenance and improvement of integrated management systems.

ENG M612 Quality Assurance and Assessment Systems Course Page

Description: Current theory and practice of quality management systems. Modeling of systems and supporting technologies for performance management and improvement. ISO 9000 and 10000 standards, business excellence models and performance measurement. Application of quality assurance schemes in manufacturing, service and not-profit organizations. Design, implementation and improvement of assurance systems using auditing and self-assessment models. Auditing standards and self-assessment guidelines.

ENG M620 Engineering Economic Analysis Course Page

Description: Advanced topics in engineering economics including operating and capital budgets, financial statement use by managers, replacement analysis, cost of capital and leasing. Credit cannot be obtained for both ENG M 620 and ENG M 401.

ENG M632 Project Risk Management Course Page

Description: An in-depth study of the risk management framework as adopted by Project Management Institute. Responsibilities and risks encountered while managing any project. Identification and quantification of risk in design and execution of projects, strategies to handle risk, and issues related to decision making in the face of uncertainty.

ENG M641 Engineering Applications in Optimization of Large Scale Linear Problems Course Page

Description: Engineering Applications of Integer linear programming, solution techniques, solver applications, modeling and (re)formulation, valid inequalities and redundant constraints, Lagrangian relaxation, decomposition techniques, column generation, meta-heuristic approaches. Prerequisites: ENG M 540 or equivalent.

ENG M646 Engineering Optimization Course Page

Description: The applications of optimization techniques in solving engineering problems. Linear programming, non-linear programming, dynamic programming, integer programming, stochastic programming, genetic algorithms, heuristic methods, queuing theory, and new optimization methods. Credit may not be obtained in more than one of ENG M 640, MEC E 612, and ENG M 646. Prerequisite: ENG M 540 or consent of Instructor.

ENG M665 Introduction to Intellectual Property and New Technology Commercialization Course Page

Description: Intellectual property in the context of technology transfer and commercialization. Key topics include intellectual property, product development, valuation of technology, capturing value, and securing the deal. Considerations in identifying and developing new products, exploitation of intellectual property as a corporate strategy, the impact of intellectual property in new company formation and growth.

ENG M670 Advanced Topics in Engineering Management I Course Page
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ENG M680 Advanced Topics in Engineering Management II Course Page
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