Wilkes University

Engineering Management

EGM-320. Engineering Project Management and Analysis

Credits: 3

Economic analysis of evaluation cash flows over time. Depreciations: techniques and strategies. Replacement analysis, break even analysis, benefit-to-cost ration evaluation. Evaluating a single project: deterministic criteria and techniques. Multiple projects and constraints. Risk analysis and uncertainty. Models of project selection. Project selection using capital asset pricing theory.

Pre-Requisites
Junior standing in engineering.

EGM-321. Quantitative Analysis and Programming Methods

Credits: 3

Discussion of various quantitative analysis and optimization methodologies. Analytical numerical approaches are used in solving linear and nonlinear optimization problems. Emphasizes the development of ability in analyzing problems, solving problems by using software, and post solution analysis.

Pre-Requisites
Junior standing in engineering or consent of the instructor.

EGM-336. Engineering and Management Models

Credits: 3

Discussion of the techniques in and the art of modeling practical problems encountered by engineers and managers.

Pre-Requisites
Junior standing in engineering or consent of the instructor.

EGM-391. Senior Projects I

Credits: 1

Design and development of selected projects in the various fields of engineering under the direction of a staff member. Technical as well as economic factors will be considered in the design. A detailed progress report is required.

Pre-Requisites
Senior standing in engineering, EMG-320

EGM-392. Senior Projects II

Credits: 2

Design and development of selected projects in the field of engineering management under the direction of a staff member. Technical as well as economic factors will be considered in the design. A professional paper to be presented and discussed in an open forum is required.

Pre-Requisites

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