DESCRIPTION

SDSM&T Catalog Description:

IENG 366 Engineering Management

Credits: (3-0) 3

A course designed to acquaint the student with engineering management discipline through the formation and operation of business and industrial enterprises. In addition to engineering management decision tools, students will be exposed to emergent trends in learning organizations, systems thinking, change management, and processes utilizing all four quadrants of Herrmann Whole Brain model for advanced problem solving.

Prerequisites: None.

Learning Objectives:

Students will demonstrate:

 

 

An understanding of the basic definition and historical development of the concepts of management, and especially management within the context of the engineering profession.

An understanding of the underlying theories and practices for the general management responsibilities of Planning, Leading, Organizing, Staffing and Controlling.

An introductory framework and selected examples and techniques in the context of engineering research and development.

An introductory framework and selected examples and techniques in the context of engineering product and production planning.

An introductory framework and selected examples and techniques in the context of engineering production operations.

An introductory framework and selected examples and techniques in the context of engineering project planning and management.

An introductory framework and selected examples and techniques in the context of engineering project organization, leadership and control.

An understanding codes and applications of Engineering Ethics.

 

MEETINGS

Component:

Days:

Times:

Locations:

Lectures

Tu, Th

8:00 AM 9:15 AM

CB 204 E

 

 

 

 

ACCESS

Instructor:

D. H. Jensen

E-mail:

dean.jensen@sdsmt.edu

Office:

138 Industrial Engineering / Library

Phone:

605.394.1278

Office Hours:

M, W: 10:00 11:50 AM and M: 4:00 4:50 PM, or e-mail for an appointment outside of office hours.

Website:

http://jensen.sdsmt.edu/IENG366