Industrial Engineering - Engineering Management Concentration
The concentration in engineering management prepares you for management roles in engineering settings. It focuses on management of technology and intellectual property, research and development, engineering and technical projects, people, resources, organizations, quality and team-based projects.
Preparing You for Success
You learn how business interests work together with engineering principles to provide goods and services for the global economy. Industrial Engineering core courses give you a foundation in engineering analysis, statistics, math and computer applications. Additionally, in this concentration, you complete a management minor from the Foster College of Business. With this knowledge, you’re equipped with technical, business and interpersonal skills you will need to manage technology, people and resources.
By the time you graduate, your experiences may include:
- Strategic management of firm's human capital in the context of the human resource management
- Theory and practice of organizational leadership skills
- Applying methods of effective interpersonal interactions, increasing self-awareness in order to better inform an understanding of others
- Networking and professional development through student organizations, such as the American Society for Quality, the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers and APICS (the association for supply chain management)
- Research projects, study abroad programs, co-op programs, internships and a semester-long senior design project.
Making Your Mark
Engineering management concentration is valuable in manufacturing companies, retail companies, and service industries such as hospitals, government, logistics companies, and consulting firms. In recent years, almost all industrial engineering students found jobs or continued their education within six months of graduation. They’re working at places such as Accenture, Amazon, Caterpillar, John Deere, Kohler, Microsoft and SpaceX.
Bradley's industrial engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org.
Required Courses - 46 hrs.
- IME 101: Introduction to Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering - 1 hr.
- IME 103: Computer Aided Graphics - 2 hrs.
- IME 110: Introduction to Computers and Computational Analysis - 3 hrs.
- IME 301: Engineering Economy I - 3 hrs.
- IME 311: Intro to Engineering Statistical Methods - 3 hrs.
- IME 313: Operations Research I - 3 hrs.
- IME 331: Fundamentals of Materials Science - 3 hrs.
- IME 341: Introduction to Manufacturing Processes - 3 hrs.
- IME 386: Industrial and Managerial Engineering - 3 hrs.
- IME 401: Engineering Economy II – 3 hrs.
- IME 412: Design and Analysis of Experiments - 3 hrs.
- IME 422: Manufacturing Quality Control - 3 hrs.
- IME 461: Simulation of Manufacturing and Service Systems - EL – 3 hrs.
- IME 466: Facilities Planning - 3 hrs.
- IME 485: Occupational Ergonomics - 3 hrs.
- IME 499: Senior Design Project - 4 hrs.
Approved Technical Elective Courses - 21 hrs.
The Engineering Management concentration requires the Industrial Engineering curriculum with the following courses as the Approved Technical Electives:
The Engineering Management Concentration requires the following Technical Electives.
- M L 350: Managing for Results in Organizations - 3 hrs.
- M L 356: Human Capital in Organizations - 3 hrs.
- M L 357: Leading Organizations - 3 hrs.
- Two additional Management and Leadership courses: M L 315 to M L 499 - 6 hrs.
Choose two courses from the following list - 6 hrs.
- IME 314: Operations Research II – 3 hrs.
- IME 468: Engineering Analytics I – 3 hrs.
- IME 478: Engineering Analytics II – 3 hrs.
- IME 481: Lean Production Systems – 3 hrs.
- IME 483: Production Planning and Control – 3 hrs.
- IME 486: Logistics and Supply Chain Systems – 3 hrs.
- IME 487: Occupational Safety and Health – 3 hrs.
Total Hours - 124
Sample program plan information is provided for sample purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor about their individual plan for course registration and completion of program requirements.
|First Year - First Semester|
|IME 101||Intro. to Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering||1 hour|
|IME 103||Computer Aided Graphics||2 hours|
|MTH 121||Calculus I (BCC – QR1)||4 hours|
|ECO 100 OR
|Introduction to Economics OR
Principles of Microeconomics (BCC – SB)
|Writing (BCC – W1)||3 hours|
|Fine Arts (BCC – FA)||3 hours|
|First Year - Second Semester|
|IME 110||Intro. to Computers and Computational Analysis||3 hours|
|CHM 110||General Chemistry I (BCC – NS1)||3 hours|
|CHM 111||General Chemistry I Lab||1 hour|
|MTH 122||Calculus II (BCC – QR2)||4 hours|
|PHY 110||University Physics (BCC – NS2)||4 hours|
|Sophomore - First Semester|
|IME 301||Engineering Economy I||3 hours|
|IME 341||Intro. to Manufacturing Processes||3 hours|
|CE 150||Mechanics I||3 hours|
|MTH 223||Calculus III||4 hours|
|Oral Communication (BCC – OC)||3 hours|
|Sophomore - Second Semester|
|IME 311||Intro to Engineering Statistical Methods||3 hours|
|IME 386||Industrial and Managerial Engineering||3 hours|
|CE 270||Mechanics of Materials||3 hours|
|MTH 207 OR
|Elementary Linear Algebra With Applications OR
Elementary Differential Equations
|PHY 201||University Physics II||4 hours|
|Junior - First Semester|
|IME 313||Operations Research I||3 hours|
|IME 331||Fundamentals of Materials Science||3 hours|
|IME 412||Regression and Experimental Design||3 hours|
|ML 350||Managing for Results in Organizations||3 hours|
|ENG 305 OR
|Advanced Writing--Technical Writing OR
Advanced Writing--Business Communication (BCC – W2)
|Junior - Second Semester|
|IME 401||Engineering Economy II||3 hours|
|IME 461||Simulation of Manufacturing and Service Systems (BCC – EL)||3 hours|
|IME 466||Facilities Planning||3 hours|
|ML 356||Human Capital in Organizations||3 hours|
|Humanities (BCC – HU)||3 hours|
|Senior - First Semester|
|IME 422||Manufacturing Quality Control||3 hours|
|ML 357||Leading Organizations||3 hours|
|Approved Technical Elective||6 hours|
|Multidisciplinary Integration (BCC – MI)||3 hours|
|Senior - Second Semester|
|IME 485||Occupational Ergonomics (BCC – WI)||3 hours|
|IME 499||Senior Design Project (BCC – WI and EL)||4 hours|
|ML Management Elective #1||3 hours|
|ML Management Elective #2||3 hours|
|Global Perspectives (BCC – GP)||3 hours|