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Online Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management
Online Master of Engineering Management
Online Master of Electrical Engineering
Online Master of Civil Engineering

Online Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management

  • EMPLOYMENT
    • Be a productive member of society by attaining gainful employment.
    • Quickly apply the technical and business concepts to help the organization meets its goals and objectives.
  • TECHNICAL COMPETENCE
    • Apply technical fundamentals to complex technological challenges and opportunities.
    • Use technology to better the human condition.
  • MANAGEMENT COMPETENCE
    • Identify the basic principles of leadership and supervision.
    • Apply business concepts (management, finance, marketing and business law) when solving problems or assessing opportunities.
    • Demonstrate cost estimation and justification (return on investment, payback, etc.) and standard costs.
    • Effectively manage technology, projects, financials and people to meet organizational goals and objectives.
    • Identify the key measures of business success including costs, quality, delivery and service.
    • Apply technical and business concepts to the management of inventory including supply chain logistics, lean concepts, vendor selection and qualification, economic order quantity (EOQ), warehousing, and "make versus buy" decisions.
    • Identify the requirements and expectations of a manager to create and maintain a safe working environment.
  • QUALITY MANAGEMENT
    • Apply principles and processes of quality management (cost of quality, continuous improvement, six sigma, customer focus, and ISO standards).
    • Demonstrate competence using statistical process control and quality analysis tools.
  • ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS
    • Identify the structure, systems, and operation of a business enterprise.
  • COMMUNICATION
    • Professionally express technical topics orally, in writing, and graphically, both individually and as a team member.
  • DIVERSITY
    • Be aware of the international aspects of business.
    • Identify cultural differences as they apply to business situations.
    • Value and respect diversity in the workforce.
  • PROFESSIONALISM AND ETHICAL BEHAVIOR
    • Be honest, trustworthy, and accepting of ethical standards.
    • Demonstrate positive professional behavior.
    • Continuously improve individual skills and abilities.
    • Work effectively in a team environment.

 

Online Master of Engineering Management

  1. Display breadth of expertise by demonstrating knowledge and skills required for effective leading, planning, organizing and controlling of engineering organizations and activities.
  2. Display depth of expertise by demonstrating knowledge and skills required to function as an effective manager in at least three of the following list of engineering management contexts:
    • a – Engineering Design Process, Systems and Life Cycle Approach
    • c – Codes, Laws and Regulations
    • f – Finance, Procurement, Sales and Marketing
    • i – Information Systems, Software and Software-Intensive Systems
    • m – Manufacturing, Production and Quality
    • p – Project, Process and Program Management
    • r – Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E)
    • s – Supply Chain, Logistics, Configuration Management, Maintenance, Support and Lean Thinking

 

Online Master of Electrical Engineering

  1. Students will demonstrate mastery of topics in Electrical Engineering and mathematical analysis of Electrical Engineering problems beyond the undergraduate level.
  2. Students will demonstrate a mastery of technical writing beyond the undergraduate level.
  3. Students will demonstrate an ability to complete significant and advanced Electrical Engineering projects.

 

Online Master of Civil Engineering

  • Apply graduate-level concepts in math, science and engineering.
  • Design and conduct experiments and interpret experimental data in one or more areas of technical specialization.
  • Design a system under various constraints for one or more areas of technical specialization.
  • Function in multidisciplinary teams.
  • Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems for one or more areas of technical specialization.
  • Understand professional and ethical responsibility.
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Understand the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and a social context.
  • Recognize the need for and the ability to engage in life-long learning.
  • Know contemporary issues.
  • Use techniques, skills and modern tools for engineering practice for one or more areas of technical specialization.