Engineering Management (EM)

EM 525. Project Management3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Industrial Engineering or Engineering Management program or instructor permission.

Description: Use of CPM, PERT, precedence diagramming, resource allocation heuristics, and other techniques for planning, managing, and controlling engineering projects involving research and development, production, maintenance, and construction. Computer procedures and codes for analyzing complex project networks will be covered.

Note: Cross-listed with IE 525.

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EM 560. Construction Management3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Engineering Management program or instructor permission.

Description: An investigation of the engineer's role in the construction process. Study of the many variables influencing the project and associated methods of managing variables. Includes a practical demonstration of student's understanding schedule and cost estimate for a project of the student's choosing.

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EM 561. Engineering Statistics I3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Engineering Management program or instructor permission..

Description: Study of the laws of probability, discrete and continuous probability distributions, point and interval estimation, tests of hypothesis, simple linear regression, and the single factor analysis of variance.

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EM 582. Management of Human Systems3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Engineering Management program or instructor permission.

Description: Computer-aided, quantitative application of human performance capabilities and limitations to the planning, design, development, and evaluation of complex human-machine/industrial systems.

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