Bachelors of Science - General Engineering Option

The general engineering option area of engineering management focuses on the convergence of engineering, management, and innovation in high technology environments.  This option allows students to customize their degree program and create a unique degree that focuses on a traditional engineering field or even a unique combination of engineering courses.  There is a growing need for engineers who can see the big picture, effectively interact and communicate with people, appreciate the business ramification of decisions, thrive on ambiguity, effectively work in teams, and apply critical thinking skills to solve real-world problems.

Required Course Work
Students working towards an engineering management degree with an emphasis in general engineering must complete 15 hours of course work within a combination of their desired focus.  Examples of these areas are as follows:

• Civil Engineering

• Chemical Engineering

• Computer Engineering

• Electrical Engineering

• Mechanical Engineering

• Other S&T Engineering Programs

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