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MSE-MBA PROGRAM
You enjoy your career in engineering and know you have the potential to be great. You
also know that to take your career to the next level you need not only cutting-edge
engineering skills; you need the business skills and credentials that can only be obtained
from an elite business school.

Thanks to a unique partnership between the Purdue University College of Engineering
and the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, high-caliber engineers like you
are able to earn a Master of Science in Engineering and an MBA in fewer credit hours
together than it would take to earn each separately. You will not only develop the ex-
cellent engineering and business skills you need, you will also gain the credibility that
comes with earning graduate degrees from TWO highly ranked programs. And thanks
to the online format of both programs, you won’t have to quit your job.

Through our rigorous core curricula and innovative bridge courses, Purdue and Kelley
provide you with the technical foundation you need in both engineering and business
while allowing you to customize your education to meet your unique goals. You will
learn from the same renowned faculty who teach in Purdue and Kelley’s highly-ranked
campus programs while you continue your career.
History and Mission
Since 2004 the mission of the dual MSE-MBA program between Purdue University’s
Engineering Professional Education (EPE) and Indiana University’s Kelley Direct
MBA has been to provide quality distance education to working professional engineers.
Purdue and IU are among the first research universities nationally to make available
specialized graduate programs entirely through distance education. The faculty at both
universities has been teaching in our online programs for over a decade, so they under-
stand the best way to deliver course material online.
Curriculum Overview
The goal of this dual program is to provide high quality graduate-level distance educa-
tion to working professional engineers located anywhere in the world.

The Purdue-Kelley dual MSE-MBA program offers you a unique opportunity to gain
additional technical expertise and learn management skills to complement your existing
knowledge and capabilities.

You earn two degrees in a total of 60 credit hours, compared to 81 credit hours if you
earned each degree separately.

The dual program consists of three parts:
● technical/engineering
● a bridge between technical and business courses
● business management courses

This gradual progression from engineering into management expands your knowledge
and understanding of the technical/ management challenges in industry while develop-
ing individual and team skills required for launching innovative strategies that advance
the goals of your company.
Purdue MSE/MS Dual Degree Course
Requirements
Engineering Specialization Area: 12 credits from an engineering specialization area. You
may choose the same area as your bachelor’s degree or the area you’re currently work-
ing in or wish to pursue in the future. You will take these 12 credits at the beginning of
your dual program studies. Please see Purdue Engineering course offerings.
https://engineering.purdue.edu/ProEd/courses/advance_planning_schedule

Bridge Course Area: 12 credits in engineering/technical management. These courses
will transition your studies from engineering into the management curriculum. You will
choose one Purdue technical course in 3 of the following 4 areas:

- Economics
- Operations
- Information Technology
- Quantitative Analysis.

The fourth bridge area must be satisfied by taking a Kelley business course. One of the
following courses will satisfy this requirement:

C530 Economics for Managers for the Economics requirement
C580 Operations Management for the Operations area
C522 Information Technology for Managers Part 1 for the Information Technology area
C520 Quantitative Analysis for the Quantitative Analysis area
MSE/MS bridge course options are shown in Table 1 below:
Table 1
Purdue course options in black; Kelley options in red
Choose one course from each area – one area must be a Kelley course

Economics
       BUKD C530     Economics for Managers
       IE 54500      Engineering Economic Analysis
       IE 54600      Economic Decisions in Engineering
       IE 59000      Manufacturing Economics


Operations
       BUKD C580     Operations Management
       IE 57000      Manufacturing Processes Engineering
       IE 57400      Industrial Robotics & Flexible Assembly
       IE 57900      Design and Control of Production and Manufacturing Systems
       IE 58000      Systems Simulation
       IE 58200      Advanced Facilities Design
       ME 55300      Product and Process Design
       ME 55700      Design for Manufacturability

Information Technology
       BUKD C522     Information Technology for Managers Part 1
       ECE 54700     Introduction to Computer Communication Networks
       IE 58800      e-work and e-service
       IE 67400      Computer & Communication Methods for Production Control

Quantitative Analysis
       BUKD C520     Quantitative Analysis
       IE 53000      Statistical Quality Control
       IE 53300      Industrial Application of Statistics
       MA 52700      Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists I
       MA 52800      Advanced Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists II
       STAT 51100    Statistical Methods
       STAT 51400    Design of Experiments
       STAT 51600    Basic Probability and Applications
       STAT 51700    Statistical Inference

Elective: In addition to the 12 bridge credits taken from Table 1 above, you may choose one course
from either Purdue or Kelley to complete the required 15 credits of bridge courses.

Once you have successfully completed 30 credits of coursework with a minimum of 18 credits in en-
gineering, you will graduate with the MSE/MS degree from Purdue and may begin the Kelley MBA
curriculum.
KELLEY DUAL DEGREE MBA REQUIREMENTS
Kelley Dual Degree MBA Requirements
A list of required Kelley courses is shown in Table 2 below:

Table 2
Kelley Courses

COURSE

X503 - Topics in Directed Business Interaction (Kelley Connect Week*)
X513 - Topics in Business Analysis (Kelley Connect Week*)
C521 - Managing Accounting Information for Decision-Making
C540 - Financial Management
C550 - Law and Ethics in Business
C560 - Business Planning and Project Management
C561 - United States in a Global Economy
C562 - Developing Strategic Capabilities
C563 - Capstone Course
C570 - Strategic Marketing Management
Elective
Elective

Once you have successfully completed the Kelley courses listed in Table 2 above, you
will graduate with the MBA from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business.

*For more information on the Kelley Connect Week requirement, please visit http://
kd.iu.edu/aboutkd/kelleyconnect.htm. Please note that Purdue MSE/Kelley MBA stu-
dents are required to attend TWO Kelley Connect Weeks.
Admission
A streamlined admissions process is available through Purdue. Please visit https://
engineering.purdue.edu/ProEd/Admissions/degree_seeking and review the application
instructions for MSE – MBA.

Application deadlines for the dual MSE-MBA:
May 1            Summer semester (May – August)
July 1           Fall semester (August – December )
November 1       Spring semester (January – May )
Costs and Tuition
Engineering Professional Education

Course Delivery                Summer 2012         Fall 2012           Spring 2013
Streaming Video (3-credits):   $3,096.00           $3,333.00           $3,333.00
Streaming Video (2-credits):   $2,155.00           $2,269.00           $2,269.00
*Project Course:               $4,128.00           $4,444.00           $4,444.00

Tuition is per 3 credit-hour course unless otherwise stated. The one-credit stream-
ing course tuition is $1,215.00 beginning Fall 2011. All University fees are subject to
change without notice.

Visit the ProEd website for tuition and payment details.
https://engineering.purdue.edu/ProEd/Admissions/fees

Kelley Direct Programs
Kelley Direct tuition in the 2011-12 academic year is $1,145/credit hour; tuition is sub-
ject to change every academic year.

Course materials such as textbooks, coursepaks, and journals/publications are required
for each course. The average cost for course materials per course is ~$100.00.
  Additional Information
Visit our program websites:
  http://proed.purdue.edu
      http://kd.iu.edu/




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