Engineering Mgmt Concepts

Course Description

Designed to equip the students with all skills and management related topics covered in a graduate course in engineering management including portable management skills, management concepts, quality, product development, human resource management, communication, critical path networks and management of supply system and inventory control.

Learning Outcomes

  • Define the basic management functions. To have a significant understanding of the functions of technology management.
  • Describe how basic management concepts are applied in a technology environment encountered in modern workplace. To develop an appreciation for the different technology management roles throughout the product life cycle.
  • Apply these management principles to a company and to your work. To understand some of the fundamentals of managing technology projects.
  • Manage human resources and communication.

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School of Engineering and Computing
Jasmine Q.
Class of 2019