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BSEM Curriculum (Information Management Concentration)

2014-2015 SAMPLE PARADIGM for a B.S. in Engineering Management
Information Management Concentration
Offered jointly by the School of Business and the School of Engineering

This sample paradigm shows a normal 4-year progression towards a degree in engineering management with a concentration in information management. Some of the courses should be taken in this order due to prerequisite structures, others may be switched.


 FRESHMAN YEAR - Semester I Credits
ENG 111 English Composition I
3
Math 131 Calculus I
3
SPCH 125 Speech Communication
3
ECE 101 Intro to Engineering Problem Solving
3
ME 121 Solids Modeling
3
CBU 101 Orientation 0
Total   15
FRESHMAN YEAR - Semester II Credits
ENG 112 English Composition II
3
PHYS 150 & 150L Physics I & Lab
4
ECE 112 Computers in Engineering Problem Solving
3
ACCT 260 & 260L Financial Accounting & Lab
3
General Education Requirement
3
Total 17



Credits
CE 201 Statics
3
MIS 231 Introduction to Mgmt Information Systems
3
PHYS 251 & 251L Physics II & Lab
4
General Education Requirement
3
General Education Requirement
3
Total
16
   
SOPHOMORE YEAR - Semester II
Credits
ECON 214 Principles of Microeconomics (GER)
3
ECE 250 Digital Design
3
MGMT 352 Organizational Behavior & Mgmt.
3
ENG 371 Business Writing
3
ACCT 480 Financial Statement Analysis
3
Total
15


JUNIOR YEAR - Semester I 
Credits
STAT 221 & 221L Elementary Statistics & Lab
3
ECON 215 Principles of Macroeconomics
3
PHIL 223 Business Ethics (GER) 3
MGMT 320 International Business
3
BLAW 301 Business Law I
3
Total
15
   
JUNIOR YEAR - Semester II
Credits
ECE 314 Engineering Economy 3
ME 202 Dynamics 3
MKTG Principles of Marketing 3
CE 420 Contracts & Specifications 3
MIS or ECE Elective (200+ level course)
3
Total
15


SENIOR YEAR - Semester I Credits
STAT 222 Intermediate Statistics & Lab
2
FIN 327 Financial Management I
3
ECE 400 The Compleat Engineer 3
ECE 471 Database Design 3
MIS or ECE Elective (200+ level course) 3
Total
15
   
SENIOR YEAR - Semester II
Credits
MGMT 498 Business Policy 3
Engineering/Math/Business Elective 3
MIS or ECE Elective (200+ level course) 3
ECON or FIN Elective (200+ level course) 3
General Education Requirement
3
Total 15

Total credits required for bachelor degree completion: 122

General Education Requirements

MATHEMATICS (3 hours)
MATH 105, 117, 129, 131 or 162. Not permitted: ALG 110, 115, 120 or MATH 103.

STATISTICS (0-3 hours)
BIOL 340, BUS 205, CH E 112, ECE 400, HIST 498, 499, MATH 152, 162, 201, 308, NSCI 410, STAT 221, PHIL 201 or PSYC 354; this outcome can be challenged by the independent study course MATH 121.

ENGLISH (8-9 hours)
(a) Composition: ENG 111 & 112 (or equivalency examination).
(b) Literature: One of ENG 211, 212, 221, 222, 231 or 232.
Honors program students may fulfill the above English requirements by completing ENG 231 & 232 which is 8 hours.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES (6 hours)
RS 200, 217, 218, 220, 221, 230, 240, 260, 270, 271, 280, 285, 300, 320, 324, 326, 330, 331, 335, 340, 345, 355, 356, 372, 375, 377, 380 or 385

SOCIAL SCIENCE / HISTORY (6 hours)
ANTH 160; HIST 107, 108, 151, 152; HUM 210; POLS 112, 113, 115, 356; PSYC 105; SOC 101, 160.

MORAL VALUES (3 hours)

PHIL 219, 220, 223, 224, 234, 322, 324, 325, or 340

AESTHETICS (3 hours)
ART 101, 102, 111, 211, 212; ENG 211, 212, 221, 222, 231, or 232.

The above courses have been approved to meet the outcomes as of printing. Courses may meet more than one outcome. However, each student must take a minimum of 30 hours of General Education Courses. Special Topics courses (courses without a permanent course number or description) may be used to satisfy general education requirements, but must be approved on an annual basis by the Faculty Assembly Curriculum Committee. Students should consult their advisor before assuming a Special Topics course will meet a requirement
.