Master of Science in Engineering Management

General

Program Description

The program offers a combination of technology with management subjects so graduates can contribute to the economic development of their societies. The curriculum will endow students with knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for employment in the management of technical settings and/or admission into graduate schools to pursue advanced degrees in Engineering Management or related fields.

Curriculum

Professional/Core Courses

  • IMEN 510 Engineering Management
  • IMEN 551 Engineering Project Management; or TCOM 513 Information Technology (IT) Project Management
  • IMEN 610 Statistics for Decision Modeling
  • IMEN 620 Enterprise Continuous Improvement

Specialization Courses

  • IMEN 630 Supply Chain Management for Engineers
  • IMEN 635 Logistics Methods and Strategies
  • IMEN 640 Design and Operation of Logistic Networks
  • IMEN 645 Analytics for Decision Making

Elective Courses (Select 6 credits)

  • IMEN 660 Thesis
  • IMEN 650 Graduate Project
  • ACCO 501 Managerial Accounting
  • INBU 610 The International Business Environment
  • HURM 710 Human Resources Management
  • MANA 501 Organizational Behavior
  • MSPA 520 Administrative Law and Ethics
  • MEEN 641 Sustainable Energy: Solar, Nuclear, Wind Energy, Fuel Cell & Geothermal
  • MEEN 642 Grid Integration & Sustainable Systems
  • MEEN 643 Energy Management, Policy & Ethics
  • MEEN 644 Photovoltaic Energy Conversion
  • MEEN 645 Wind Energy
  • MEEN 646 Solar Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

* May register a maximum of 3 credits per semester. It is expected that the student will prepare the thesis proposal during the first 3 credits, and develop the thesis with the remaining 3 credits in the following semester (or semesters).

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Plan of Study

First Year - First Semester

  • IMEN 510 Engineering Management
  • IMEN 551 Engineering Project Management or TCOM 513 Information Technology (IT) Project Management
  • IMEN 610 Statistics for Decision Modeling

First Year - Second Semester

  • IMEN 620 Enterprise Continuous Improvement
  • IMEN 630 Supply Chain Management for Engineers
  • IMEN 635 Logistics Methods and Strategies

Second Year - First Semester

  • IMEN 640 Design and Operation of Logistic Networks
  • IMEN 645 Analytics for Decision Making
  • XXX Elective

Second Year - Second Semester

  • XXX Elective
Last updated Mar 2020

About the School

Con una trayectoria de más de 40 años, la Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Gurabo (antes Universidad del Turabo) es la institución privada de educación superior de más rápido crecimiento en el pa ... Read More

Con una trayectoria de más de 40 años, la Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Gurabo (antes Universidad del Turabo) es la institución privada de educación superior de más rápido crecimiento en el país. Acreditada por la prestigiosa agencia Middle States Commission on Higher Education, la Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Gurabo tiene además, diversas acreditaciones profesionales las cuales le añaden un sello de calidad a la educación de sus estudiantes. Read less