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ENGR5010 - Engr Cost Estimat & Fin Anal
Spring 2014

This course deals with cost estimation techniques applicable in an engineering environment. Initial and detailed cost estimation methods for the conceptual design, detailed design, production, and phase out segments of the life cycle will be discussed. Cost centers, distribution of overhead/burden rates, heuristic estimation methods, and data collection for cost estimation, as well as cost/benefit analyses, and the effect of financing on project costs are major topics for this course.
3 Credits

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ENGR5010-A Engr Cost Estimat & Fin Anal
16 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: ONLINE
       Location: Internet/Online Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Manohar
    Session: 2 (08/23 - 10/17/14) Term: Fall 2014
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ENGR5010-B Engr Cost Estimat & Fin Anal
9 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: M
       Location: Moon Room:
    Time: 06:00-10:00 pm Instructor: Manohar
    Session: 3 (08/25 - 10/16/14) Term: Fall 2014
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ENGR5014 - Management Of Engr, Sci & Tech
Spring 2014

This course explains the princiles ofmanaging engineers and their work in technology with a view towards developing more qualified technical managers. Engineers and scientists spend 2/3 of their professional careers managing technical people within technology infused organizations. This course is designed to help them become more effective managers of engineers, scientists and the technology that they often create and implement in their organizations. The course will cover an introduction to Engineering Management discipline first and then go deeper into the functions of technology management that engineers and scientists should know. This will be reinforced by the product life cycle as part of the process of managing technology. The course will be completed by discussions on engineering and managing technical projects and engineering management career planning for achieving professional effectiveness in the technology infused work envioronments. 3 credits
3 Credits


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ENGR5014-A Management Of Engr, Sci & Tech
14 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: ONLINE
       Location: Internet/Online Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 4 (03/08 - 05/03/14) Term: Spring 2014
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ENGR5014-B Management Of Engr, Sci & Tech
2 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: T
       Location: Moon Room: John Jay 233
    Time: 06:00-10:00 pm Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 5 (03/10 - 05/03/14) Term: Spring 2014
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ENGR5020 - Engr Systems Analysis & Design
Spring 2014

This course deals with the design and implementation of engineered systems. The selection and evaluation of system performance parameters such as utilization, efficiency, unit cost, and output capacity is discussed. System automation and integration methods and techniques are explored.
3 Credits


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ENGR5020-A Engr Systems Analysis & Design
Full     Credits: 3 Days: ONLINE
       Location: Internet/Online Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Manohar
    Session: 2 (01/11 - 03/07/14) Term: Spring 2014
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ENGR5020-B Engr Systems Analysis & Design
Full     Credits: 3 Days: M
       Location: Moon Room: John Jay 233
    Time: 06:00-10:00 pm Instructor: Manohar
    Session: 3 (01/13 - 03/07/14) Term: Spring 2014
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ENGR5030 - Project Engineering
Spring 2014

This course deals with the design, evaluation, selection, control, and organization of technical projects. Major topics include scheduling, budgeting, planning, and monitoring practices. Additional topics include proposal preparation, information systems, and strategic issues. 3 credits
3 Credits


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ENGR5030-A Project Engineering
13 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: ONLINE
       Location: Internet/Online Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Acharya
    Session: 4 (10/18 - 12/13/14) Term: Fall 2014
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ENGR5030-B Project Engineering
9 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: M
       Location: Moon Room:
    Time: 06:00-10:00 pm Instructor: Acharya
    Session: 5 (10/20 - 12/13/14) Term: Fall 2014
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ENGR5040 - System Simulation
Spring 2014

This course is an in-depth treatment of stochastic system modeling and computer based simulation methods. The fundamental statistical distributions governing system performance and behavior are introduced, data requirements and collection for system modeling are discussed, and the construction, verification, and validation of computer based system simulation models are explored. 3 credits: 2 Lecture, 1 Lab
Prerequisites: ENGR5020 and Department Head Permission
3 Credits


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ENGR5050 - Tolerancing Methods
Spring 2014

This course deals with dimensional tolerancing methods, both traditional (design for 100% compliance) and statistical tolerancing. Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing methods are introduced, and the relationship between tolerance and cost is explored.
Prerequisite: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
3 Credits


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ENGR5060 - Value Design
Spring 2014

This course deals with the relationships between product cost, material selection, process selection, and product design. Data collection for material selection is discussed, material and process selection methods are explored, and projects in these areas are carried out.
Prerequisite: ENGR5010
3 Credits


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ENGR5080 - Design Of Indust Experiments
Spring 2014

This course will provide the students with a thorough survey of statistical experimentation methods to improve quality of products and processes in industry. The students will learn how to plan for design of experiments, use quality tools that will be involved, design the experiments with an understanding of different types of factors, run the experiments, analyze data and interpret findings.
Prerequisite: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
3 Credits


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ENGR5620 - Numerical Control Systems
Spring 2014

This course covers the fundamentals of numerical control systems including how to create a mathematical model of part geometry, how to program a CNC machine tool manually and with computer assistance, components of CNC machine tools and their functions and selecting the right applications for numerically controlled manufacturing systems.
Prerequisite: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030 Co-requisite: ENGR5621
2 Credits


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ENGR5621 - Numerical Control Systems Lab
Spring 2014

This course covers the laboratory exercises related to the lecture material presented in the ENGR5620 Numerical Control Systems course.
Prerequisite: Concurrent with ENGR5620
1 Credits


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ENGR5710 - Robotics and Automation
Spring 2014

This course will cover the applications of the principles of robotics and automation to design, develop, specify, implement and optimize work cells for various industrial applications such as materials handling, manufacturing operations, assembly and inspection. Integration of robots with other robots and automation devices, machine vision and sensors. Theory and application of ANSI/RIA Robot safety guidelines in work cells and robotic applications. 2 credits
Prerequisite: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030 Co-requisite: ENGR5715
2 Credits


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ENGR5715 - Robotics and Automation Lab
Spring 2014

This course covers the Laboratory exercises related to the lecture in the ENGR5710 Robotics and Automation course. 1 credit Co-requisite: ENGR5710
1 Credits


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ENGR5810 - Rapid Prototyping/Reverse Engr
Spring 2014

Significant part of manufacturing engineers work in industry is in these new technologies that are becoming increasingly vital to manufacturing competitiveness. This course will cover the use of the Stereo lithography technology in rapid prototyping and reverse engineering for industrial applications.
Prerequisite: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030 Co-requisite: ENGR5815
2 Credits


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ENGR5815 - Rapid Protyping Rev Eng Lab
Spring 2014

Co-requisite: ENGR5810
1 Credits


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ENGR6010 - Info & Inventory Control
Spring 2014

The relationship between cost, production capacity, system performance, work in process inventory levels, and finished goods inventory levels is explored. Topics covered also include inventory systems, scheduling, and typical industrial constraints. Both deterministic and stochastic inventory control models are introduced, and inventory control strategies are explored. Credits: 2 lecture, 1 lab
Prerequisite: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
3 Credits


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ENGR6012 - Renewable Resources
Spring 2014

This course provides a detailed overview and system analysis of renewable energy technologies including: biofuels, geothermal energy, hydroelectric power, hydrogen fuel cells, solar energy (active and passive), tidal power, and wind energy. The types of energy and potential uses from each energy source will be covered. The energy budget and overall efficiency will calculated. The economic, social, and environmental impact of each technology will also be considered.
3 Credits


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ENGR6020 - Computer Integrated Manuf
Spring 2014

This course deals with the integration methods used in modern engineering enterprises to link the design engineering, production, quality, data collection, accounting, and production engineering functions. Automated device control, automated data acquisition, distributed system control, networking, and data analysis methods are covered. Hardware and software requirements for system integration are explored. 3 Credits: 2 Lecture, 1 Lab
Prerequisite: ENGR5020
3 Credits


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ENGR6022 - Energy Storage, Conver/Transp
Spring 2014

This course introduces the basic mechanisms for the transfer and storage of energy. Furthermore, this course will discuss current research developments in energy storage. Class presentations will be integrated with hands-on demonstration activities. Students will learn the basic chemistry and physics behind thermal, chemical, mechanical and electrical forms of energy storage. The science behind hydrogen economics, fuel cell technologies, biofuels, and conventional and future battery technologies will be elucidated.
3 Credits


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ENGR6025 - Health and Safety Management
Spring 2014

This course is an introduction to safety engineering and management, work design, accident causation and investigation, and workers compensation as applied to industrial situations. The student will understand the role of hazard recognition and be provided with government standards and regulations. Job safety analysis, reduction of accident rates, personal protective equipment, environmental hazards, operational analysis, and workstation organization are among topics covered.
3 Credits


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ENGR6040 - Engineering Management Cases
Spring 2014

This course focuses on the practice of engineering and technology management with a view towards developing more qualified technical managers through case studies. Engineers and scientists spend 2/3 of their professional careers managing technical people within the technology infused organizations. This course is designed to help them become more effective managers of engineers, scientists and the technology that they often create and implement in their organizations. The course will cover an introduction to the strategic role of engineering and technology in modern corporations, then review a case based methodology for class use during the rest of the semester. Product development and team-based management will be explained followed by the technology procurement and transfer. Innovation in manufacturing, research, development and commercialization of technology will be explained and illustrated by case studies. The course will be completed by discussions on cost and technology and the use of engineering management strategy as a part of corporate strategy to achieve competitive advantage in modern economy.
Prerequisite: ENGR5010, ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
3 Credits


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ENGR6040-B Engineering Management Cases
11 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: M
       Location: Moon Room: John Jay 111
    Time: 06:00-10:00 pm Instructor: Stallard
    Session: 3 (01/13 - 03/07/14) Term: Spring 2014
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      Prerequisite: ENGR5010, ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
     
 
ENGR6040-A Engineering Management Cases
18 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: ONLINE
       Location: Internet/Online Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 2 (08/23 - 10/17/14) Term: Fall 2014
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      Prerequisite: ENGR5010, ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
      Course is taught Fully Online.  
      Additional fees apply. See Details for more information.
 
ENGR6040-B Engineering Management Cases
13 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: T
       Location: Moon Room:
    Time: 06:00-10:00 pm Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 3 (08/25 - 10/16/14) Term: Fall 2014
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      Prerequisite: ENGR5010, ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
     
 

ENGR6050 - Strategy, Innovation & Technol
Spring 2014

This course focuses on the strategic use of engineering, technology and innovation with a view towards developing more qualified technical managers. Engineers and scientists spend 2/3 of their professional careers managing technology within technology infused organizations. This course is designed to help the students become more effective managers of technology that they often create and implement in their organizations. The course will cover the intergration of technology and strategy with innovation in modern corporations. Design and evolution of technology strategy will then be illustrated with readings and case studies. Enactment of technology strategy to develop the corporate innovative capabilities will be discussed leading to the creation and implementation of a development strategy to achieve competitive advantage. 3 credits
Prerequisites: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
3 Credits


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ENGR6050-A Strategy, Innovation & Technol
18 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: ONLINE
       Location: Internet/Online Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 4 (03/08 - 05/03/14) Term: Spring 2014
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      Prerequisites: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
      Course is taught Fully Online.  
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ENGR6050-B Strategy, Innovation & Technol
18 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: M
       Location: Moon Room: John Jay 233
    Time: 06:00-10:00 pm Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 5 (03/10 - 05/03/14) Term: Spring 2014
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      Prerequisites: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
     
 
ENGR6050-A Strategy, Innovation & Technol
15 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: ONLINE
       Location: Internet/Online Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 4 (10/18 - 12/13/14) Term: Fall 2014
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      Prerequisites: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
      Course is taught Fully Online.  
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ENGR6050-B Strategy, Innovation & Technol
9 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: T
       Location: Moon Room:
    Time: 06:00-10:00 pm Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 5 (10/20 - 12/13/14) Term: Fall 2014
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      Prerequisites: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
     
 

ENGR6060 - Global Engineering Management
Spring 2014

This course will introduce students to engineering management in an increasingly global environment and will cover topics in engineering education and licensing, international research and development strategies, global engineering services trends, international manufacturing and supply chains, delivery of construction services throughout the world and the use of informtion and communications technology to facilitate global engineering planning and design.
Prerequisite: ENGR5010, ENGR5020, or ENGR5030
3 Credits


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ENGR6060-A Global Engineering Management
17 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: ONLINE
       Location: Internet/Online Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Acharya
    Session: 2 (01/11 - 03/07/14) Term: Spring 2014
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      Prerequisite: ENGR5010, ENGR5020, or ENGR5030
      Course is taught Fully Online.  
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ENGR6060-B Global Engineering Management
10 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: T
       Location: Moon Room: John Jay 233
    Time: 06:00-10:00 pm Instructor: Acharya
    Session: 3 (01/13 - 03/07/14) Term: Spring 2014
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      Prerequisite: ENGR5010, ENGR5020, or ENGR5030
     
 

ENGR6080 - Exper Methods For Engnrng Mgt
Spring 2014

This course will provide the students with a thorough survey of experimental methods to be used in research for engineering management. The students will learn how to plan for experiments, use the advanced statistical tools that will be involved, design the experiments with an understanding of different types of factors, run the experiments, analyze data and interpert and apply findings.
Prerequisite: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
3 Credits


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ENGR6080-A Exper Methods For Engnrng Mgt
13 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: T
       Location: Moon Room: John Jay 233
    Time: 06:00-10:00 pm Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 7 (06/09 - 08/02/14) Term: Summer 2014
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      Prerequisite: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
     
 
ENGR6080-L1 Exper Methods For Engnrng Mgt
19 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: ONLINE
       Location: Internet/Online Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 8 (06/30 - 08/21/14) Term: Summer 2014
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      Prerequisite: ENGR5010 or ENGR5020 or ENGR5030
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ENGR6191 - Thesis Research
Spring 2014

This course is for the thesis students enrolled in the graduate program in Engineering Management. The student can enroll in 1-6 credits as approved by the academic advisor. The course includes research work that leads to the completion of a thesis under the supervision of the academic advisor.
Prerequisite: Deans permission
1 Credits


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ENGR6191-A Thesis Research
APPT     Credits: 1 Days: APPT
       Location: Moon Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Sirinterlikci
    Session: 1 (01/13 - 05/03/14) Term: Spring 2014
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      Prerequisite: Deans permission
     
 
ENGR6191-A Thesis Research
APPT     Credits: 1 Days: APPT
       Location: Moon Room:
    Time: - Instructor: ** Staff **
    Session: 1 (08/25 - 12/13/14) Term: Fall 2014
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      Prerequisite: Permission of the School Dean
     
 

ENGR6192 - Thesis Research
Spring 2014

This course is for the thesis students enrolled in the graduate program in Engineering Management. The student can enroll in 1-6 credits as approved by the academic advisor. The course includes research work that leads to the completion of a thesis under the supervision of the academic advisor.
Prerequisite: Deans permission
2 Credits


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ENGR6192-A Thesis Research
APPT     Credits: 2 Days: APPT
       Location: Moon Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Sirinterlikci
    Session: 1 (01/13 - 05/03/14) Term: Spring 2014
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      Prerequisite: Deans permission
     
 
ENGR6192-A Thesis Research
APPT     Credits: 2 Days: APPT
       Location: Moon Room:
    Time: - Instructor: ** Staff **
    Session: 1 (08/25 - 12/13/14) Term: Fall 2014
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      Prerequisite: Permission of the School Dean
     
 

ENGR6193 - Thesis Research
Spring 2014

This course is for the thesis students enrolled in the graduate program in Engineering Management. The student can enroll in 1-6 credits as approved by the academic advisor. The course includes research work that leads to the completion of a thesis under the supervision of the academic advisor.
Prerequisite: Permission of the School Dean
3 Credits


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ENGR6193-D Thesis Research
APPT     Credits: 3 Days: APPT
       Location: Moon Room:
    Time: - Instructor: Youngblood
    Session: 1 (01/13 - 05/03/14) Term: Spring 2014
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      Prerequisite: Permission of the School Dean
     
 
ENGR6193-A Thesis Research
APPT     Credits: 3 Days: APPT
       Location: Moon Room:
    Time: - Instructor: ** Staff **
    Session: 1 (08/25 - 12/13/14) Term: Fall 2014
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      Prerequisite: Permission of the School Dean
     
 

ENGR6194 - Thesis Research
Spring 2014

This course is for the thesis students enrolled in the graduate program in Engineering Management. The student can enroll in 1-6 credits as approved by the academic advisor. The course includes research work that leads to the completion of a thesis under the supervision of the academic advisor.
4 Credits


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ENGR6195 - Thesis Research
Spring 2014

This course is for the thesis students enrolled in the graduate program in Engineering Management. The student can enroll in 1-6 credits as approved by the academic advisor. The course includes research work that leads to the completion of a thesis under the supervision of the academic advisor.
Prerequisites: Deans permission
5 Credits


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ENGR6196 - Thesis Research
Spring 2014

This course is for the thesis students enrolled in the graduate program in Engineering Management. The student can enroll in 1-6 credits as approved by the academic advisor. The course includes research work that leads to the completion of a thesis under the supervision of the academic advisor.
Prerequisite: Permission of the Dean
6 Credits


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ENGR6903 - Internship/Co-Op
Spring 2014: Doctora

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3 Credits


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ENGR7903 - Cooperative Educ/Internship
Spring 2014

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3 Credits


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ENGR8100 - Engr Communications
Spring 2014

This course follows a modular approach to oral and written communication of complex technical information to an expert audience. Course includes describing technical mechanisms and processes; designing, and using tables, graphs, charts, and figures; producing progress reports, feasibility reports, and formal reports; and doing technical briefings. This course prepares students to write their dissertations with sound analytical and theoretical content to help them with conference presentation and journal article publications based on their dissertation work.
3 Credits


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ENGR8300 - Engr Leadership For Innovation
Spring 2014

This course prepares students to think strategically and provide leadership in innovation that drives our global economy. This course focuses on the strategic use of engineering, technology and innovation with a view towards developing more qualified engineering leaders. It is designed to help the students become more effective leaders of technology that they often create and implement in their organizations, including educational institutions. The course covers the integration of technology and strategy with innovation in modern corporations. Design and evolution of technology strategy are then illustrated with readings and case studies. Enactment of technology strategy to develop the corporate innovative capabilities is discussed leading to the creation and implementation of a development strategy to achieve competitive advantage in an industrial, government or educational setting.
3 Credits


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ENGR8500 - Research Methods In Engr I
Spring 2014: Doctora

This course provides a strong grounding in designing research in an engineering environment. Developing research hypotheses and problem definitions, formulating research methodology, statistical concepts, such as descriptive statistics, relationship between variables, differences between groups and multivariate techniques are rigorously addressed.
3 Credits


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ENGR8550 - Research Methods In Engr II
Spring 2014: Doctora

This course builds on the research foundations and provides an in-depth survey of experimental research techniques including design of experiments, validity and reliability of experimental results and Taguchi techniques. Empirical model building as well as basic modeling techniques is presented.
Prerequisite: ENGR 8500
3 Credits


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ENGR8700 - Engr Research Project Dev I
Spring 2014: Doctora

This course provides the students a foundation to formulate their research projects in the form of a dissertation proposal. Using literature in developing research problems, fundamentals of proposal development such as cost estimating, budgeting and planning for outcomes will be addressed. In addition, an in-depth coverage of commercial proposals and proposals to governmental funding agencies, such as NSF, DOE, NIST, etc. will be provided.
3 Credits


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ENGR8750 - Engr Research Project Dev II
Spring 2014: Doctora

This course builds a strong background in research proposal development that can be effectively investigated and concluded as appropriate in the form of publishable outcomes. Synthesis occurs in the process of writing and presenting a formal proposal for a research project, as well as in the discussion of each other's proposals in the seminar. The seminar focuses on the delineation of a field problem and the plan for conducting substantive research leading to the resolution of or recommendations on the problem. After examining the theoretical bases of problem-solving methodology from scientific perspective, the student evaluates the current status of the problem, surveys relevant research related to the problem, and evaluates that research. In addition, this course is the culmination of the past year's work resulting in a successful defense of each candidate's Ph.D. proposal. Each student participates in the presentations and defense of the classmates and learn from each others' experiences during the conduct of this class. Acceptance of a paper for presentation and publication in the proceedings of a professional conference approved by the Dean, advisor and program coordinator is a requirement for the successful completion of this course.
Prerequisite: ENGR 8700
3 Credits


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ENGR9310 - Engr Process Seminar I
Spring 2014: Doctora

This course focuses on the initiation of the research project. With an approved proposal and admission to doctoral candidacy, the student applies his/her knowledge and investigative strategies within an engineering/scientific context. Emphasis is on research definition, analysis, organization, argument development, format, and presentation of the progress in research. The seminar synthesizes the modes in inquiry and investigation, and ways of constituting evidence discussed in previous courses. Students demonstrate an ability to present a plan for finding, evaluating, organizing and presenting data and information on a focused area of investigation.
6 Credits


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ENGR9320 - Engr Process Seminar II
Spring 2014: Doctora

This course focuses on the data gathering and analysis process associated with the doctoral research. Working with a faculty advisor and a field-based informant, the student addresses the complex research problem proposed earlier and develops a strategy for a viable solution to that problem. Students are required to submit the problem solution to a refereed journal for publication for the successful completion of this course.
6 Credits


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ENGR9330 - Engr Process Seminar III
Spring 2014: Doctora

This course focuses on the design, organization, writing, and presentation of the field project. The seminar continues to synthesize the modes in inquiry and investigation, and discussion of research outcomes. Students demonstrate the ability to evaluate, organize and present findings in their respective research projects.
6 Credits


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ENGR9810 - Doctoral Research In Engr I
Spring 2014: Doctora

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3 Credits


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ENGR9820 - Doctoral Research In Engr II
Spring 2014: Doctora

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3 Credits


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ENGR9830 - Doctoral Research In Engr III
Spring 2014: Doctora

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3 Credits


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ENGR9840 - Doctoral Research In Engr IV
Spring 2014: Doctora

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6 Credits


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ENGR9900 - Viva Voce: Research Conclusion
Spring 2014: Doctora

At the completion of the research project, the student presents his/her investigative methods, findings, and solutions to the problem in a written document that conforms to the needs of the audience to whom the solutions are addressed and makes a formal presentation of the investigation. Successful completion of the written and oral presentations of the research project is required for completion of the degree. A committee of doctoral faculty will assess the written and oral presentations. Additionally, students are required to submit a manuscript resulting from their doctoral research to a refereed journal for publication for the successful completion of this course.
3 Credits


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