Minor in Business Administration for Engineers

The minor in Business Administration for engineers is offered by the Manning School of Business in conjunction with the Francis College of Engineering.

Required Courses

  • ECON.2010 Economics I (may count as Core Curr. course)
  • ACCT.2010 Accounting/Financial
  • FINA.3010 Business Finance
  • MKTG.2010 Marketing Principles
  • MGMT.3010 Organizational Behavior 

Electives

Two courses from a selected list which is approved by the engineering department and Manning School of Business or POMS.3010 Management Information Systems plus one additional course from a selected list which is approved by the engineering department and Manning School of Business.

For Civil & Environmental Engineering

  • CIVE.3720 Civil Engineering Systems (already Core in CEE) 
  • CIVE.4750 Construction Management (already Core in CEE) 

Note: MGMT.3010 Organizational Behavior may be used as Technical Elective in CEE.

For Plastics Engineering

  • PLAS.5370 Business Law for Engineers1
  • And one from the following list:
    • PLAS.5070 Plastics Industry Organization1
    • PLAS.5400 Commercial Development of Polymeric Systems1
    • PLAS.5900 Survey of Intellectual Property1
    • MECH.5760 Engineering Project Management1

1May be used as Technical Elective in Plastics.

Note: Course PLAS.5420 counts as a Design Elective. Plastics students not taking MECH.5760 are encouraged to take ACCT.2020 Accounting/Managerial or CIVE.4700 Engineering Economics or CHEN.4090 Economics & Process Analysis.

For Chemical Engineering

  • CHEN.4090 Economics and Process Analysis
  • And one from the following list:
    • CIVE.3720 Civil Engineering Systems1
    • POMS.2100 Operations Analysis Techniques
    • MECH.5760 Engineering Project Management1
    • PLAS.5420 Business Law for Engineers1
    • PLAS.5900 Survey of Intellectual Property1

1May be used as Technical Elective in CE.

For Mechanical Engineering

Choose two from the following:

  • MECH.5710 Quality Engineering1
  • MECH.5750 Industrial Design of Experiments1
  • MECH.5760 Engineering Project Management1
  • PLAS.5420 Business Law for Engineers1
  • PLAS.5900 Survey of Intellectual Property1

1May be used as Technical Elective in ME.

For Electrical & Computer Engineering

Choose two from the following:

  • CIVE.3720/POMS.2100 Civil Engineering Systems/Operations Analysis Techniques
  • CIVE.4700/CHEN.4090 Engineering Economics/Economics and Process Analysis
  • MECH.5760 Engineering Project Management
  • PLAS.5420 Business Law for Engineers
  • PLAS.5900 Survey of Intellectual Property

Additional courses may be added by each engineering department to their list of elective courses with the approval of the Manning School of Business.

For more information, contact Francis College of Engineering or Manning School of Business.