BS in Engineering Management

Degree Requirements

To earn a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management degree from UIC, students need to complete University, college, and department degree requirements. The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering degree requirements are outlined below. Students should consult the College of Engineering section for additional degree requirements and college academic policies.

Summary of Requirements
Nonengineering and General Education Requirements 74
Required in the College of Engineering 52
Elective outside the Major Rubric2
Total Hours128

Nonengineering and General Education Requirements

Required Courses
ENGL 160Academic Writing I: Writing in Academic and Public Contexts3
ENGL 161Academic Writing II: Writing for Inquiry and Research3
Understanding the Past course a3
Understanding the Creative Arts course a3
Exploring World Cultures course a3
MATH 180Calculus I b4
MATH 181Calculus II b4
MATH 210Calculus III b3
MATH 310Applied Linear Algebra3
CHEM 122General Chemistry I Lecture e4
CHEM 123General Chemistry Laboratory I b,e1
PHYS 141General Physics I (Mechanics) b4
PHYS 142General Physics II (Electricity and Magnetism) b4
ACTG 210Introduction to Financial Accounting3
ACTG 211Introduction to Managerial Accounting3
ECON 120Principles of Microeconomics c,d4
ECON 121Principles of Macroeconomics c,d4
FIN 300Introduction to Finance3
MGMT 340Introduction to Organizations3
MGMT 350Business and Its External Environment3
MKTG 360Introduction to Marketing3
MGMT 495Competitive Strategy4
STAT 362Elements of Statistical Computing2
Total Hours74
a

Students should consult the General Education section of the catalog for a list of approved courses in this category.

b

This course is approved for the Analyzing the Natural World General Education category.

c

This course is approved for the Understanding the Individual and Society General Education category.

d

This course is approved for the Understanding U.S. Society General Education category.

e

General Education credit is given for successful completion of both CHEM 122 and CHEM 123.

Required in the College of Engineering

Required Courses
ENGR 100Engineering Orientation a1
CME 201Statics3
CME 203Strength of Materials3
CS 109C/C ++ Programming for Engineers with MatLab3
IE 201Financial Engineering3
IE 342Probability and Statistics for Engineers3
IE 345Regression Applications and Forecasting in Engineering3
IE 365Work Productivity Analysis4
IE 380Manufacturing Process Principles3
IE 442Design and Analysis of Experiments in Engineering3
IE 446Quality Control and Reliability3
IE 461Safety Engineering3
IE 463Plant Layout and Materials Handling3
IE 466Production Planning and Inventory Control3
IE 467Discrete Event Computer Simulation Application3
IE 471Operations Research I3
IE 472Operations Research II3
IE 473Stochastic Processes and Queuing Models3
IE 499Professional Development Seminar0
Total Hours52
a

ENGR 100 is a one-semester-hour course, but the hour does not count toward the total hours required for graduation.

Elective outside the Major Rubric

Electives
Elective outside the IE Rubric and College of Business Administration2
Total Hours2

Sample Course Schedule— Engineering Management

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
First SemesterHours
MATH 180 Calculus I 4
CHEM 122 General Chemistry I Lecture 4
CHEM 123 General Chemistry Laboratory I 1
ENGL 160 Academic Writing I: Writing in Academic and Public Contexts 3
ECON 120 Principles of Microeconomics 4
ENGR 100 Engineering Orientation a 1
 Hours16
Second Semester
MATH 181 Calculus II 4
PHYS 141 General Physics I (Mechanics) 4
ENGL 161 Academic Writing II: Writing for Inquiry and Research 3
ECON 121 Principles of Macroeconomics 4
 Hours15
Sophomore Year
First Semester
MATH 210 Calculus III 3
PHYS 142 General Physics II (Electricity and Magnetism) 4
IE 201 Financial Engineering 3
ACTG 210 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3
CS 109 C/C ++ Programming for Engineers with MatLab 3
 Hours16
Second Semester
ACTG 211 Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3
CME 201 Statics 3
IE 342 Probability and Statistics for Engineers 3
MGMT 340 Introduction to Organizations 3
MKTG 360 Introduction to Marketing 3
 Hours15
Junior Year
First Semester
MATH 310 Applied Linear Algebra 3
IE 345 Regression Applications and Forecasting in Engineering 3
IE 365 Work Productivity Analysis 4
CME 203 Strength of Materials 3
General Education Core course 3
 Hours16
Second Semester
IE 380 Manufacturing Process Principles 3
IE 442 Design and Analysis of Experiments in Engineering 3
IE 446 Quality Control and Reliability 3
FIN 300 Introduction to Finance 3
STAT 362 Elements of Statistical Computing 2
General Education Core course 3
 Hours17
Senior Year
First Semester
IE 461 Safety Engineering 3
IE 467 Discrete Event Computer Simulation Application 3
IE 471 Operations Research I 3
IE 473 Stochastic Processes and Queuing Models 3
MGMT 350 Business and Its External Environment 3
General Education Core course 3
 Hours18
Second Semester
MGMT 495 Competitive Strategy 4
IE 463 Plant Layout and Materials Handling 3
IE 466 Production Planning and Inventory Control 3
IE 472 Operations Research II 3
IE 499 Professional Development Seminar 0
Elective outside Major Rubric 2
 Hours15
 Total Hours128
a

ENGR 100 is one-semester- hour course, but the hour does not count toward the total hours required for graduation.