Engineering Management, Minor
This minor focuses on giving engineering students a basic understanding of engineering economics, accounting, statistics, project management methods, and analysis tools necessary to manage technical operations and projects effectively. The minor provides an important set of collateral skills for students in any engineering discipline. Students in all Majors may participate in this minor. Civil students may not use courses simultaneously to satisfy a requirement for the minor and as a major approved elective or a design elective. Students must receive a grade of C or better in each course in the minor. At least six (6) courses (minimum of 18 credits), chosen as follows:
CEE 3230 Engineering Economics and Management
OR&IE 4150 Economic Analysis of Engineering Systems
OR&IE 3150  Financial and Managerial Accounting
CEE 3040  Uncertainty Analysis in Engineering
ENGRD 2700 Basic Engineering Probability and Statistics
ECE 3100 Introduction to Probability and Inference for Random Signals and Systems
Additional Courses—Choose any three 
CEE 5930  Engineering Mgmt. Methods
CEE 5950 Construction Planning and Operations
CEE 5970 Risk Analysis and Management)
CEE 5980 Introduction to Decision Analysis
ENGRG 3600 Ethical issues in Engineering Practice
NBA 5070 Entrepreneurship for Scientists and Engineers
or MAE/ENGRG 4610/OR&IE 4152 Entrepreneurship for Engineers
or BEE 4890 Entrepreneurial Management for Engineers
 ORIE students must substitute NCC 5560 or NBA 5000 for ORIE 3150
 MAE 3100 cannot be substituted for CEE 3040.
 Other courses approved by petition in advance.
 This course is not accepted for ORIE students.