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               For Spring 2013 Cohort

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 Established in 1869
 Is the largest State University in Minnesota
 Has over 17,000 Students and 700 Faculty
 Prides itself in Teaching Excellence
 Master in Engineering Management (MEM) started in
  2002 and is a high demand program on campus and in
  the Twin Cities
   SCSU has a student chapter of the American Society of
    Engineering Management (ASEM)
   SCSU is the only University in MN with an ASEM certified
    Engineering Management program

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About Metropolitan State Univ.
 Established in 1971 to serve the 13 county
  metropolitan area adult students
 Committed to the community
 Focus on innovative teaching
 Serves more than 11,000 students with an average
  age of 31 and 65% are part-time
   College of Management (COM) has 16 undergrad majors,
    3 master’s programs and 1 doctorate program

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What is Engineering Management?
 Master of Engineering Management is a special
  program that helps Engineering Managers,
  Technologists & Scientists improve their
  management effectiveness
 The course content is suitable for graduates from a
  wide spectrum of disciplines including but not limited
   Mechanical, Bio-Medical, Electrical, Civil, Manufacturing,
    Industrial, Computer and Software Engineering and
    Physical Sciences and Business Studies

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Course Outline
  Engineering Management
  Engineering Project Management
  Engineering Economy
  Managing Technology and Innovation
  Quality Engineering
  *Operations Management
  *Financial Management
  *Supply Chain Management
  *Organizational Behavior
  Industry Project – Your workplace, or a China industrial
  Capstone Project (workplace based)

  (* Metropolitan State University course)

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Certified Program
 Offered by SCSU Engineering Department with ABET
  certified undergraduate Engineering programs
 All graduate Programs at SCSU are certified by North Central
 The only EM program in Minnesota certified by the American
  Society of Engineering Management (ASEM)
    This program is 1 of 5 nationally - out of 200 EM programs
 Graduates from this MEM program are eligible for
  Engineering Manager Professional Certification
    You can receive the Associate Engineering Manager (AEM)
     certification and title after graduation
    Those with 3 years experience can take the exam and receive the
     Professional Engineering Manager (PEM) certification and title

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Suitability for Working Professionals
 Classes on Friday nights (6 PM to 9:20 PM) and on
  Saturday mornings (9 AM to 12:20 PM) with free and
  plentiful parking (1450 Energy Park Drive, St. Paul)
 Classes every other week starting in January 2013
   Typically 6 meetings per course
 Professionally qualified Faculty both from SCSU,
  Metropolitan State University and Industry.
 Workplace based homework in the form of projects
  (e.g., Project Management, Quality Engineering,

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Benefits from Program
 Improved Management and Communication
 Up-to-date course material
 Small class size (no more than 20)
 Network with other professionals in the program
 Career Advancement with a Master’s degree
 18 month program runs through summer at an
  even pace and outside work hours
 Best value for money in the Twin Cities

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Application Process
 Fill in the on-line application form and send it to the SCSU
  School of Graduate Studies and mail a check or pay the
  application fee using a credit card
 Attach official undergraduate transcripts and statement of
 Three letters of recommendation (in the format provided
  in the form) – to speed up this process, send in sealed
  envelopes along with your application package
 Official scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
  if available – waived for this cohort if undergraduate GPA
  was 3.0 or better
 Seats are limited and are on a ‘first come, first serve’
 Deadline is usually as soon as seats are filled up

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 Course Schedule Starting January 2013
 Term 1 (Spring 2013): - January 11/12 & 25/26; Feb. 08/09 & 22/23; March 08/09 & 22/23
     Production and Operations Management (Metro State – Friday evening)                 3 credits
     Engineering Management (SCSU – Saturday morning)                                    3 credits
 Term 2 (Summer 2013): - May 17/18 & May 31/June 01, 14/15, 28/29; July 12/13 & 26/27
     Organizational Behavior and Performance Management (Metro State – Friday evening)   3 credits
     Engineering Project Management (SCSU – Saturday morning)                            3 credits
 Term 3 (Fall 2013): - September 6/7 & 20/21; October 4/5 & 18/19; November 1/2 & 15/16
     Industrial Financial Management (Metro State – Friday evening)                      3credits
     Quality Engineering (SCSU – Saturday morning)                                       3 credits
 Term 4 (Spring 2014): - January 3/4 & 17/18; Jan. 31/Feb. 01 & 14/15; Feb. 28/March 1 & 14/15
     Supply Chain and Logistics Management (Metro State – Friday evening)                3 credits
     Engineering Economy (SCSU – Saturday morning)                                       3 credits
 Term 5 (Summer 2014)
     Management of Technology and Innovation (SCSU – Friday evening)                     3 credits
          Dates: 4/11/2014, 4/25, 5/30, 6/13, 6/27 and 7/11
     Capstone Project (SCSU – Saturday morning)                                          3 credits
          Final Presentations – 7/19/2014 and 8/2
     Industry Project or Industrial Tour of China (SCSU)                                 3 credits
          Tour dates are May 13, 2104 to May 18, 2014

 Tuition Fees: $575 per credit – Total 33 credits

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 Course Schedule Details
 Term 1: Spring 2013 - January 11/12 & 25/26; Feb. 08/09 & 22/23; March 08/09 & 22/23.
     EM 664 Production and Operations Management, [DSCI 6681 01 @metrostate] - Mr. Richard Bernett.
      Friday 6-9:20PM - Room MDWY 158
     EM 663 Engineering Management - Coordinator: Mr. Rolf Jostad, Faculty Walter Nowocin, William Ballot.
      Saturday 9:00AM to 12:20PM – Room MDWY 154
 Term 2: Summer 2013 - May 17/18 & May 31/June 01, 14/15, 28/29; July 12/13 & 26/27.
     EM 665 Organizational Behavior and Performance Management, [MGMT 6620 @metrostate]-
      Dr. Carol Bormann Young. Friday 6-9:20PM - Room MDWY 158.
     EM 660 Engineering Project Management-Coordinator: Dr. Shah, Faculty Scottie Holmes, William Ballot.
      Saturday 9:00AM to 12:20PM - Room MDWY 158.
 Term 3: Fall 2013 - September 6/7 & 20/21; October 4/5 & 18/19; November 1/2 & 15/16.
     EM 661 Industrial Financial Management, [FIN 6601 @metro], Friday 6-9:20PM - Room MDWY 154
     EM 560 Quality Engineering – Coordinator: Dr. Baliga, Faculty Brian Gracek, Noel Colon.
      Saturday 9:00AM-12:20PM -Room MDWY 158
 Term 4: Spring 2014 - January 3/4 & 17/18; Jan. 31/Feb. 01 & 14/15; Feb. 28/March 1 & 14/15.
     EM 662 Supply Chain and Logistics Management , [MKTG 6652 SCM @metrostate], Friday 6-9:20PM
     EM 632 Engineering Economy – Coordinator: Dr. Shah, Faculty Brian Gracek, Eric Chalbi.
      Saturday 9:00AM to 12:20PM
 Term 5: Summer 2014
     EM 680 Management of Technology and Innovation – Mr. Rolf Jostad and Mr. Walter Nowocin.
      Dates: 4/11, 4/25, 5/30, 6/13, 6/27 and 7/11. Friday 6-9:20PM - Room MDWY154.
     EM 696 Capstone Project -Dates: Final Presentations – 7/19 and 8/2. Saturday 9:00AM to 12:30PM - Room MDWY158.
     EM 697 Industrial Project or Industrial Tour of China (Tour dates May 13th to May 18th).

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Inside the Courses
 Engineering Management
   Latest research on Leadership attributes that Engineers
    value most in their Engineering Managers.
   Dimensions of Technical Leadership
   Engineering Code of Ethics
   How to overcome barriers to delegation
   International Engineering Management Styles

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 Inside the Courses
 Quality Engineering
   How to perform Gauge R&R and process capability studies?
   How to choose sampling plans for incoming inspection
   How to conduct a fractional DOE?
   How to study interactions using a Taguchi orthogonal
   Software Quality Metrics
   Medical Device Quality Systems

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Inside the Courses
 Organizational Behavior
   Learning to think strategically about a company, its
    business position, and how it can gain and maintain a
    competitive advantage
   Understand individual/group behavior in organizations
    as influenced by individual differences, group processes
    and interactions, and organizational processes.
   Skills and abilities essential for effective management in
    changing organizational contexts

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 Inside the Courses
 Engineering Project Management
   Integration of Projects into the strategic management of an
   Managerial and leadership skills in both technical and
    socio-cultural dimensions of the project management
   Tradeoffs among cost, time, and scope for the success of a
   Knowledge for planning, scheduling, controlling, and
    assessing projects

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 Inside the Courses
 Managing Technology and Innovation
   Offered by Professionals from Industry
    Understanding of the “state of the art” of the strategic management
     of technology and innovation
    Understanding about the process of bringing “newness” into an
     organization—through internal innovation and/or through
     external strategic alliances
    Conceptual framework for assessing and auditing the technology
     capabilities of a business organization
    Insight concerning the skills necessary to be effective as a general
     manager in the innovation process and/or alliance building process
    Insight on leaders and leadership traits in the business world today

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Inside the Courses
 Production and Operations Management
   New product development and process design
   Understanding the latest concepts and tools of JIT, lean,
    Six-Sigma, Kaizen, and TPS
   Understanding role of information systems in operations
    including MRP/ERP/E-Commerce
   Changing global manufacturing environment (outsourcing,
    off-shoring, global network of facilities, etc.)

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 Inside the Courses
 Financial Management
  How capital budgeting decisions are made
  How we value bonds, stock options and companies
  Risk and Return Relationships
  Mergers, Acquisitions and Bankruptcy
  Entrepreneurship and the Process of going public with an

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Inside the Courses
 Engineering Economy
   Decision making among alternative projects
   Cost benefit analysis of engineering projects
   Effect of income taxes on engineering project analysis
   Risk Analysis on Project investment decisions

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 Ben Baliga, Ph.D., P.E., P.E.M.
  B.E., University of Mysore; Master of Management Science, University of
  Poona, India; Master of Engineering (CIM), Swinburne, Australia; Ph.D.,
  Swinburne, Australia. Professor, St. Cloud State University.

 Carol Bormann Young, PhD
  B.S. and M.B.A. in Finance, MN State University – Mankato; PhD in
  Organizational Theory & Strategy, University of North Texas. Professor &
  Director of Graduate Programs, College of Management, Metropolitan State

 Hiral Shah, Ph.D., CEI, PEM, PMP.
  BS in Mechanical Engineering, MS in Engineering Management, Eastern
  Michigan University, Ph.D. in Technology with concentration in Engineering

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Industry Faculty
 Adjunct Faculty from Industry:

 Mr. Rolf Jostad, PEM
     Machine Tool Operation Technical Diploma, Western Technical College, La Crosse, WI. B. S. in
      Organizational Administration, Northwestern College, St. Paul, MN. Masters in Engineering
      Management, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN.
     Director, Engineering and Global Sourcing for a major Medical Device Manufacturer
 Mr. Bill Ballot
        Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota. Minor in Management, University
         of Minnesota. Masters in Engineering Management, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN.
        Engineering Director of Technical Sourcing; support Research, Technology & Product Development
         at major Medical Device Developer and Manufacturer.
 Mr. Walter Nowocin, PEM
        B. S.O.E. in Business Administration with a Specialty in Technical Management, Wayland Baptist
         University, Plainview, Texas. M.A. in Management, Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri. Masters
         in Engineering Management, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN.
        Sr. Engineering Manager of Metrology, Equipment Maintenance, and Demo, Scrap, and Reclamation
         Department at major Medical Device Manufacturer.
 Mr. Noel Colon

 Mr. Brian Gracek

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