2017-2018 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Sep 21, 2019  
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Dual MS-MBA Program – Biomedical Engineering


Requirements

Fall - First Year

Credit Hours

  Session 1:          7 1/2 weeks  
    ACCT 505 - Financial Accounting I   1.5
    MGT 506 - Competitive Strategy   1.5
    STAT 505 - Quantitative Methods   1.5
    MARK 505 - Marketing and Demand Management I   1.5
    BUAD 515 - Business Skills Development   1.5
  Session 2:          7 1/2 weeks  
    ACCT 506 - Managerial Accounting I   1.5
    FINC 505 - Financial Management I   1.5
    MARK 506 - Marketing and Demand Management II   1.5
    ECON 505 - Economics of Strategy   1.5
    BUAD 516 - Business Skills Development II      1.5
    Total fall 15.0

Spring - First Year

 

              1, 2 Engineering Major course 3.0
  Session 1:          7 1/2 weeks  
    MGT 505 - Leading Complex Organizations   1.5
    SCM 505 - Supply Chain Management I: Strategic Issues in Supply Side Supply Chain Management   1.5
    BZAN 505 - Operations Management   1.5
    BZAN 506 - Prescriptive Modeling   1.5
    BUAD 517 - Business Skills Development III   1.5
  Session 2:          7 1/2 weeks  
    SCM 506 - Supply Chain Management II: Strategic Issues in Demand Side Supply Chain Management   1.5
    FINC 506 - Financial Management II   1.5
    BULW 505 - Foundations of Business Law and Ethics   1.5
    ECON 506 - Market Forces in Global Environment   1.5
    BUAD 518 - Innovation in Practice      1.5
    Total spring 18.0

Summer - First Year

 

    1, 2 Engineering Major / Mathematics courses  6.0
    Total summer 6.0

Fall - Second Year

 

    1, 2 Engineering Major course(s) 6-9
    MBA Electives (Entrepreneurship and Innovation preferred)     6-9
    Total fall 12-15

Spring - Second Year

 

    1, 2 Engineering Major / Mathematics courses  9.0
    Total spring    9.0
Total credit hours required for dual program (non-thesis option) 60.0
Total credit hours required for dual program (thesis option, to include 6 hours of BME 500) 63.0

1 MS requirements: 12 credit hours minimum in major and 6 credit hours minimum mathematics courses (400-graduate level or above).

Dual degree candidates enrolled in engineering science are required to take 18 credit hours of graduate-level engineering courses. This program requires a course work plan, approved by the Dual Program Committee Chair, including a concentration.

2 The engineering courses selected must satisfy the degree requirements for the Biomedical Engineering major. Subject to the approval by departmental Director of Graduate Studies, up to three credit hours of thesis may be substituted for engineering courses.