2012-2013 Catalog 
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2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management-Engineering Major

Major Requirements

General Education Requirement Information for Management- Engineering Majors

For the general education requirement in the social sciences and the humanities, ME majors must complete the following three courses in the social sciences: ECON 050 CM - Principles of Economic Analysis , a psychology course, and either GOVT 020 CM - Introduction to American Politics , or a history course approved for the general education requirement. Majors also must take courses in two of the four fields of the humanities (literature, philosophy, religious studies, and literature in a foreign language). For further information, see General Education Requirements in the Social Sciences and the Humanities for Science Majors .

Student Learning Outcomes of the Program in Management-Engineering

  1. Develop a framework for understanding the system by identifying the key physical principles underlying the system.
  2. Translate the conceptual framework into an appropriate mathematical format.
    a. If the equations are analytically tractable, carry out the analysis of the problem to completion;
    b. If equations are not tractable, develop a computer code and/or use standard software to numerically simulate the model system.
  3. Analyze and assess the reasonableness of the answers obtained.
  4. Communicate their findings either verbally and/or via written expression.

In a laboratory setting, students should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate a working familiarity with standard laboratory equipment.
  2. Identify and appropriately address the sources of error in their experiment.
  3. Have proficiency with standard methods of data analysis.