Professional Science Masters (PSM) degree in Engineering and Business consists of 15 credit hours of engineering courses, nine credit hours of business courses, and six credit hours of applied field experience (GEE 694).
On-line business courses include (must take three):
1. MBA 620: Law, Business, and Society (3 cr.hr.)
2. MBA 626: Management of Contemporary Organizations (3 cr.hr.)
3. BUA 601: Data Analysis for Business (3 cr.hr.)
4. MBA 670: Managerial Marketing (3 cr.hr.)
5. ACC 400: Introduction to Accounting (3 cr.hr.) or its equivalent
The anchor course for the 15 credit hours of engineering courses is ENM 586 Advanced Project Management (3 cr.hr.). This is a required core competence as engineers move into management positions. For this track, the remaining 12 credits of engineering courses would focus on the student’s engineering discipline.
Electrical Engineering Technology Concentration of PSM Degree A new concentration on Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) will be added into the PSM degree.
Students of the electrical engineering technology concentration will take the following four core courses:
EET 514: Printed Circuit Board Design (3 cr.hr.)
EET 515: Automation and Integration (3 cr.hr.)
EET 560: Renewable Energy and Electricity Production (3 cr.hr.)
EET 584: Engineering Economics (3 cr.hr.)
With permission, other courses may be substituted for those listed for a track. Prior graduate courses that have been taken by students will be considered on a case by case basis. All four required EET courses are funded through DLL. They have been taught for many semesters and continued DLL funding is anticipated. This graduate program consists of 30 total credit hours.
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