The Minor in engineering Management is designed for students completing an engineering degree who desire an understanding of management skills. Industry and the engineering societies encourage engineering students to have management skills because the average engineering graduate will be in some aspect of management within three to five years of graduation. The minor in Engineering Management is for students majoring in engineering who desire an understanding of management skills.

Minor in Engineering Management Requirements
In order to earn a minor in engineering management, students must complete a minimum of 20 units and 5 courses with a Pacific minor grade point average of 2.0.

  • BUSI 31 Principles of Financial Accounting (4)
  • EMGT 170 Project Decision Making (4)
  • EMGT 174 Engineering Project Management (4)

One from the following:

  • EMGT 176 Engineering Systems (4)
  • BUSI 104 Operations Management (4)

One other management course from the following:

  • BUSI 33 Principles of Management Accounting (4)
  • BUSI 100 Management Information Systems
  • BUSI 105 Financial Management (4)
  • BUSI 107 Marketing Management (4)

Students minoring in Engineering Management must fulfill all prerequisites for the required courses. Careful selection of General Education courses can serve as these prerequisites. At least four of the courses in the 20-unit requirement must be taken at University of the Pacific. All courses must be taken for a letter grade with a minimum 2.0 GPA.

The Minor in Engineering Management applies engineering principles to business practices. It is intended for students who are currently completing their engineering degree and are seeking to build management skills.

You must complete a minimum of 20 units and maintain a minor GPA of 2.0 to earn a minor in engineering management. At least 16 units must be taken at Pacific.

BUSI 31

Principals of Financial Accounting

4

EMGT 170

Project Decision Making

4

EMGT 174

Engineering Project Management

4

In addition to the required courses listed above, you must take either EMGT 176 or BUSI 104, and one class from the following: BUSI 33, BUSI 100, BUSI 105, or BUSI 107.

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