Engineering Management

Class Information

The Engineering Master’s Degree Programs’ special schedule enables professionals to maintain full-time jobs while attending classes one weekend a month (8AM – 5PM, Friday and Saturday). A "fast-track" option is available to students who are not working full time. Student may complete the program of work in approximately 15 months by attending two class weekends, 4 classes, per month.

Semester Information

Fall 2018 Room Assignments and Meeting Times

Program Schedule

2018-2019 Academic Schedule

Textbooks


HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:

  • Students are responsible for purchasing required textbooks.
  • Students will be invoiced for custom texts or additional required course materials, such as licenses or business cases, which must be ordered in bulk or from non-retail sources.

Fall 2018

ENM 380.2 Art & Science of Negotiations, Dr. Dierking and Dr. Paulsen

  • Mind and Heart of the Negotiator, 5th edition, ISBN 0132543869
  • Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement without Giving In, ISBN 0140157352
  • Bargaining for Advantage: Negotiation Strategies for Reasonable People, 2nd edition, ISBN 0143036971

ENM 384 Engineering Economics, Toprac

  • Corporate Finance: Core Principles and Application, 5th edition, by Ross, Westerfield, Jaffe & Jordan, published by McGraw-Hill

    Hardcover book + Connect access: $253.35 at the Co-op (ISBN#: 9781260235340)
    Looseleaf book + Connect access: $160.00 at the Co-op (ISBN#: 9781260235333)
    Looseleaf book + eBook + Connect access: $175.00 at Connect online
    eBook + Connect access: $115.00 at Connect online

ENM 383.2 Strategic Decision & Risk Analysis, Dr. Bickel

  • Decision Quality, ISBN 978-1119144670

ENM 381.1 Legal Issues for Engineering Managers, Dr. Newburger

  • Cyberlaw: Problems of Policy & Jurisprudence in the Information Age, 4th edition, ISBN 978-0314917539

Q – How will I know what books to buy?
A – We’ll provide a list of upcoming courses and required textbooks to continuing students approximately 6 weeks in advance of first class day. New students will be provided with the textbook list upon payment of their tuition deposit.

Q – Will TxEEE provide a list of preferred vendors?
A – UT policy does not allow us to provide a list of preferred vendors. You may visit findbookprices.com for a list of possible vendors.

Q – How will I obtain a course handbook if my instructor requires one?
A – These will be provided for you on first class day and costs will be included on your invoice.

Q – Will this affect my financial aid dispersal?
A – No.

Onsite Location

All ENM classes are held at the ECJ building, room 1.318.
Maps & Directions

Program of Work

Fall Semester Enrollment

Fall 1

ENM 380.2 Art & Science of Negotiations
ENM 384 Engineering Economics

Spring 1

ENM 383.3 Creativity, Innovation, and Product Development
ENM 380.3 Advanced Marketing Management

Summer 1

ENM 397P Projects in Engineering Management
Attend Presentation Days

Fall 2

ENM 381.1 Legal Issues for Engineering Managers
ENM 383.2 Strategic Decision and Risk Analysis

Spring 2

ENM 380.1 Managing People and Organizations
ENM 383.1 Management of Projects and Processes

Summer 2

ENM 397P Projects in Engineering Management
Attend Presentation Days

Fall Semester Enrollment (Fast Track)

Fall 1

ENM 380.2 Art & Science of Negotiations
ENM 384 Engineering Economics
ENM 381.1 Legal Issues for Engineering Managers
ENM 383.2 Strategic Decision and Risk Analysis

Spring 1

ENM 383.3 Creativity, Innovation, and Product Development
ENM 380.3 Advanced Marketing Management
ENM 380.1 Managing People and Organizations
ENM 383.1 Management of Projects and Processes

Summer 1

ENM 397P Projects in Engineering Management
Attend Presentation Days

Fall 2

ENM 397P Projects in Engineering Management
Attend Presentation Days

Spring Semester Enrollment

Spring 1

ENM 380.1 Managing People and Organizations
ENM 383.1 Management of Projects and Processes

Summer 1

ENM 397P Projects in Engineering Management
Attend Presentation Days

Fall 1

ENM 380.2 Art & Science of Negotiations
ENM 384 Engineering Economics

Spring 2

ENM 383.3 Creativity, Innovation, and Product Development
ENM 380.3 Advanced Marketing Management

Summer 2

ENM 397P Projects in Engineering Management
Attend Presentation Days

Fall 2

ENM 381.1 Legal Issues for Engineering Managers
ENM 383.2 Strategic Decision and Risk Analysis

Spring Semester Enrollment (Fast Track)

Spring 1

ENM 383.3 Creativity, Innovation, and Product Development
ENM 380.3 Advanced Marketing Management
ENM 380.1 Managing People and Organizations
ENM 383.1 Management of Projects and Processes

Summer 1

ENM 397P Projects in Engineering Management
Attend Presentation Days

Fall 1

ENM 380.2 Art & Science of Negotiations
ENM 384 Engineering Economics
ENM 381.1 Legal Issues for Engineering Managers
ENM 383.2 Strategic Decision and Risk Analysis

Spring 2

ENM 397P Projects in Engineering Management
Attend Presentation Days


*Note: If a summer projects course is missed, the class must be taken the following semester, unless other arrangements have been made with the Graduate Program Coordinator.