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Master of Science in ETM Curriculum (MSETM)

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The MSETM curriculum permits students to build a strong degree that directly prepares them for the future. The degree consists of 32 credit hours.  Coursework is divided into two categories: Required and Elective.

The Required courses include an introductory course (1 hour), a decision analysis course (3 hours) and the capstone series (4 hours). Our introductory course, ETM 5111, offered every spring and fall semester, should be taken immediately after the student is admitted to the program.  The decision analysis course, ETM 5143, will be critical in preparing the student for the final ETM Capstone and can be taken any time prior to ETM 5133.    The Capstone series ETM 5511 and ETM 5133, are taken sequentially.  Ideally, a student would enroll in ETM 5511 near the midpoint of the program.  This preparation course will assist the student in defining a proper project for the Capstone. The ETM program culminates in the delivery of the final Capstone project in ETM 5133, taken near the end of the program.

The remaining 24 credit hours will be chosen from the Electives list and should include a minimum of 3 one-credit- hour courses.                  

     

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REQUIRED

8 credit hours

Credit hour value

Fall

Spring

Summer

ETM 5111

Introduction to Strategy, Technology and Integration

1

x

x

 

ETM 5511

Capstone Preparation

1

x

x

x

ETM 5133

Capstone to Strategy, Technology and Integration

3

x

x

 

ETM 5143

Strategic Decision Analysis for Engineering and Tech. Managers

3

 

x

 

ELECTIVES

24 credit hours

 

 

 

 

One-credit-hour electives (Minimum of 3 hours/multiples of 3)

 

 

 

 

ETM 5221

Engineering Teaming

1

 

x

 

ETM 5241

Strategic Project Management

1

x

 

 

ETM 5291

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis in Design

1

 

x

 

ETM 5341

Leadership Strategies

1

x

 

 

ETM 5351

Planning Technical Projects

1

x

 

 

ETM 5371

Ethics for Practicing Engineers

1

 

x

 

ETM 5391

New Product Introduction and Commercialization

1

 

 

x

ETM 5411

Engineering Economic Analysis

1

 

x

 

ETM 5461

Intellectual Property, Patent Law and Trade

1

x

 

 

ETM 5481

Sustainable Enterprise Strategies

1

x

 

 

ETM 5531

Contract Law in Engineering  and Technology

1

 

 

x

Three-credit-hour electives (Remaining 21 hours)

 

 

 

 

ETM 5153

Foundations of Engineering Management

3

 

 

x

ETM 5163

Business Innovation and Technology

3

x

 

 

ETM 5253

Problem Solving and Decision Making

3

 

x

 

ETM 5283

Strategic Planning

3

x

 

 

ETM 5943

Lean Sigma Implementation

3

x

 

 

IEM 5413

Managing the Engineering and Technical Function

3

 

x

 

IEM 5603

Project Management

3

x

 

x

IEM 5743

Information Systems and Technology

3

x

 

 

IEM 5763

Supply Chain Strategy

3

 

x

 

IEM 5813

Performance Measurement Systems

3

x

 

 

MGMT 5113

Management and Organization Theory

3

x

x

 

MGMT 5533

Leadership Challenges

3

x

x

x

MKTG 5133

Marketing Management

3

x

x

x

SOC 5813

Organizational Change, Myths and Realities

3

x

 

 

 

PLAN OF STUDY

Each student will recieve advising throughout the program to aid with course selection and can use the Plan of Study Worksheet tool for drafting a plan. For a complete list of Required, Core and Supplemental courses go to our approved Course List page.

 

PROGRAM DURATION

On average our students take 4-5 credit hours a semester. The program can be completed in a minimum of 18 months and a maximum of 7 years. Students typically complete the degree in about 3 years.