Please refer to the Course Planning page for a general idea of when these courses are offered. For exact dates, times, locations, fees, and instructors, please refer to the course schedule published each term.

Engineering Management Sections

Course Number & Name Mode of Study
Course Number & Name: 595.660 - Planning and Managing Projects * Mode of Study: Face to Face, Online, Virtual Live
Course Number & Name: 595.662 - Technical Organization Management Mode of Study: Online
Course Number & Name: 595.665 - Strategic Communications in Technical Organizations Mode of Study: Online
Course Number & Name: 595.676 - Finance, Contracts, and Compliance for Technical Professionals Mode of Study: Online
Course Number & Name: 595.781 - Executive Technical Leadership Mode of Study: Virtual Live

Courses by Track

Students must pay close attention to prerequisites when selecting courses. Respective track advisors must approve the track program of study.

Applied Biomedical Engineering

Select five courses from the Applied Biomedical Engineering program EN.585.xxx.  At least two of the courses must be at the 700 level.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.  All ABE courses require previous coursework in signal processing, and math through ordinary differential equations.

Applied and Computational Mathematics

Select five graduate-level courses from the Applied and Computational Mathematics program EN.625.xxx.  At least two of the courses must be at the 700 level.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

One course (with significant math content) outside Applied and Computational Mathematics may be taken with track advisor approval.

Applied Physics

Select five graduate-level courses from the Applied Physics program EN.615.xxx.  At least two of the courses must be at the 700 level.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Civil Engineering

Select five graduate-level courses from the Civil Engineering program EN.565.xxx. The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Computer Science

Applicants for admission to Computer Science need to have completed a year of calculus and a suitable math beyond calculus (such as discrete mathematics, calculus 3, linear algebra, or differential equations).  Java or C++, data structures, and computer organization are also required.

Select five graduate-level courses from the Computer Science program EN.605.xxx.  At least two of the courses must be at the 700 level.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Cybersecurity

Applicants for admission to Cybersecurity need to have completed a year of calculus and a suitable math beyond calculus (such as discrete mathematics, calculus 3, linear algebra, or differential equations).  Java or C++, data structures, and computer organization are also required.  Select five graduate-level courses from the Cyber Security program EN.695.xxx.  At least two of the courses must be at the 700 level.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Data Science

Select a mix of five graduate-level courses from the Applied and Computational Mathematics program EN.625.xxx, the Computer Science Program EN.605.xxx, and the Data Science program 685.xxx subject to the following three requirements:  (1) the ACM and CS/DS courses must be drawn from those listed as part of the DS curriculum in the EP catalog; (2) at least one course (of the five) must be drawn from ACM (EN.625.xxx) and at least one from CS/DS (EN.605.xxx/EN.685.xxx); and (3) at least two of the five courses must be at the 700 level.  Applicants for admission to Data Science need to have completed a year of calculus, discrete mathematics, and calculus 3. Java or C++, and data structures are also required.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Select five graduate-level courses from the EP Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) program EN.525.xxx or full-time ECE program EN.520.xxx.  At least two of the courses must be at the 700 level.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.  The seven technical focus areas within ECE may be helpful as a guide in selecting courses.

Healthcare Systems Engineering

All students are required to take EN.655.662 Intro to Healthcare Systems Engineering, EN.655.767 Healthcare System Conceptual Design, EN.655.768 Healthcare System Design & Integration, and EN.655.769 Healthcare System Test and Evaluation. In addition, select one (1) from the Healthcare Systems Engineering electives specified in the catalog with track advisor approval. The track advisor will work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Information Systems Engineering

Select five graduate-level courses from the Information Systems Engineering program EN.635.xxx.  At least two courses must be at the 700 level.  Applicants for admission to Information Systems Engineering need to have completed a semester of calculus or discrete mathematics, another semester of mathematics such as statistics, plus Java or C++.  Depending on course selections, data structures may also be required.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Materials Science and Engineering

Select five graduate-level courses from the Materials Science and Engineering program (EN.515.6xx). Materials-related, graduate level courses from other programs can also be used with advisor approval. The advisor for this track will work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses to fulfill student needs and must approve the program of study.

Mechanical Engineering

All students are required to take EN.535.641 Mathematical Methods For Engineers. This course is typically taken as the first technical course in the program.

In addition, select four graduate-level courses from the Mechanical Engineering program EN.535.xxx.  At least two courses must be at the 700 level.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Structural Engineering

Select five graduate-level courses from the Structural Engineering elective list within the Civil Engineering program EN.565.xxx.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Space Systems Engineering

All students are required to take EN.675.600 Systems Engineering for Space and EN.675.601 Fundamentals of Engineering Space Systems I. In addition, select three additional courses from the Space Systems Engineering program EN.675.xxx. The track advisor will work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Structural Engineering

Select five graduate-level courses from the Structural Engineering elective list within the Civil Engineering program EN.565.xxx. The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Systems Engineering

Select five graduate-level courses from the Systems Engineering program EN.645.xxx.  At least two courses must be at the 700 level.  The advisor from the track will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of technical courses and must approve the program of study.

Technical Leadership

Select five graduate-level elective courses from the Engineering Management program EN.595.xxx. At least two of these elective courses must be at the 700 level (EN.595.802 Directed Studies in Engineering Management can count as the capstone experience in place of EN.595.781 or as one of the 700-level electives with Chair approval). The Engineering Management advisor will have the flexibility to work with each student to determine the appropriate mix of courses and must approve the program of study.

Course Number & Name Mode of Study
Course Number & Name: 595.727 - Advanced Concepts in Agile Technical Management Mode of Study: Online
Course Number & Name: 595.731 - Business Law for Technical Professionals Mode of Study: Online
Course Number & Name: 595.740 - Assuring Success of Aerospace Programs Mode of Study: Online
Course Number & Name: 595.742 - Quality Management in Technical Organizations Mode of Study: Virtual Live
Course Number & Name: 595.762 - Leading Technical Organizations Mode of Study: Online
Course Number & Name: 595.766 - Advanced Technology Mode of Study: Virtual Live
Course Number & Name: 595.793 - Applied Innovation for Technical Professionals Mode of Study: Online, Virtual Live
Course Number & Name: 595.802 - Directed Studies in Engineering Management Mode of Study:

Technical Leadership (Residential Course Options)

From the Homewood Residential Engineering Management Program, Center for Leadership Education (CLE)

Course Number & Name Mode of Study
Course Number & Name: 663.660 - Managing People and Resolving Conflicts Mode of Study:
Course Number & Name: 663.671 - Leading Change Mode of Study:
Course Number & Name: 663.673 - Leading Teams in Virtual, International, and Local Settings Mode of Study: