Degree Requirements


For the Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management, a minimum of 128 credit hours is required. These requirements include non-credit English and/or Math courses in the Foundation Program.

The program emphasizes the fundamental principles and concepts of engineering, finance, marketing, human resources, production, communications, and professional behavior. Along with these courses, mathematics, science, engineering, and general education courses are offered. As a critical part of the program, senior students perform graduation projects as teams implementing their knowledge by working on practical, complex, real-world engineering problems under the supervision of our faculty members. In addition, senior students will be able to take courses from a concentration area through major-specific electives.

Career Outlook

  • Our Computer Science program will produce graduates who will engage in productive careers in a broad range of computer science areas such as software development, database systems and networking and/or obtain an advanced degree.
  • Potential positions for a computer science graduate include computer programmer, software developer, system analyst, software engineer, web designer, database analyst/developer/administrator, network engineer/administrator, games developer and IT consultant.
  • Our graduates will apply the core knowledge of the discipline, teamwork and communication skills to solve problems and build computing systems of varying levels of complexity to meet customer business objectives in local, regional or global markets.
  • In addition, our graduates will practice their profession ethically, and remain current and involved as full participants in our profession and our society.