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B.S., Management/M.E., Engineering Management Curriculum

B.S. in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) with a Concentration in Management
at Seton Hall University

First Year: (31 credits)

CORE 1001 University Life
CORE 1101 Journey of Transformation
BITM 2701 Management Information Systems
COST 1600 Oral Communications
ECON 1402 Principles of Economics I
ECON 1403 Principles of Economics II
ENGL 1201 Core English I
ENGL 1202 Core English II
MATH 1205 Finite Math with Calculus for Business
REL Religious Studies Elective
World Culture Elective

Third Year: (18 required credits below and then slots for concentration—see below under Concentration in Management)

BINT 3001 Global Business
CORE 3810 CORE in the discipline
BMGT 2501 Principles of Management
BMGT 2503 Organizational Behavior
BMKT 2601 Principles of Marketing
COMM/COTR Communications Elective
PHIL 1125 Business Ethics

Second Year: (30 credits)

CORE 2101Christianity and Culture in Dialogue
BACC 2103 Financial Accounting
BACC 2104 Managerial Accounting
BFIN 2201 Business Finance
BIOL, CHEM, ERTH, PHYS Science Elective
BLAW 2301 Legal Foundations of Business
BQUA 2811 Business Statistics
BQUA 2812 Quantitative Decision-Making
ECON 2408 Money and Banking
ENGL 2516 Business Writing

 

Fourth Year: (3 credits below and then slots for concentration—see below under Concentration in Management)

BPOL 5000 Business Policy Concentration in Management (15 credits)

a) Required courses:

BMGT 3511 Human Resource Management
BMGT 3515 Operations for Competitive Advantage
BMGT 4545 Leadership Seminar

b) Pick one of the following courses:

BMGT 4565 Innovation in Entrepreneurship
OR
BMGT 4640 Entrepreneurship

c) Pick one Management Elective in the 3000-4999 range

d) All management majors must take a BMGT internship course, which counts as a general elective (with an engineering firm or one closely allied to one)



Master of Engineering (M.E.) in Engineering Management
at Stevens Institute of Technology:


The M.E. in Engineering Management program requires completion of 30 credits. 

First semester (12 credits total)

EM 600 Engineering Economics (3 credits) 
EM 624 Informatics for Engineering Management (3 credit)
SYS 660 Decision and Risk Analysis (3 credits)
1 courses - 3 credits of elective course. All SSE courses at or above the 500 level with prefixes EM, SYS, SSW count but students can choose from graduate courses from other schools. Approval of the Stevens assigned advisor is always required.

Second Semester (12 credits total)

EM 605 Elements of Operations Research (3 credits)
EM 612 Project Management of Complex Systems (3 credits) OR EM 680 Designing & Managing the Development Enterprise (3 credit)
2 courses - 6 credits of elective courses. Conditions as above.

Third Semester (6 credits total)

SYS 611 Modeling and Simulation (3 credit) OR
SYS 681 Dynamic Modeling of Systems and Enterprises (3 credit)
1 course - 3 credits of elective course. Conditions as above.