Engineering Management Minor Engineering Management Minor Engineering management examines the relationships between the management tasks of staffing, organizing, planning, and financing and the human element involved in production, research, and service. Explore Majors and Minors Breadcrumb engineering management minor Majors-and-Minors-left MENU Explore Academic Majors and Minors Academic Majors American Politics Major Applied Statistics and Data Sciences Major Chemical Engineering Major Chemistry Major Civil Engineering Major Computer Science Major Cyber Science Major Defense and Strategic Studies Major Economics Major Electrical Engineering Major Engineering Management Major Engineering Psychology Major English Major Environmental Engineering Major Environmental Science Major Foreign Area Studies: Africa Major Foreign Area Studies: East Asia Major Foreign Area Studies: Eurasia Major Foreign Area Studies: Europe Major Foreign Area Studies: Latin America Major Foreign Area Studies: Middle East Major Foreign Language: Arabic Major Foreign Language: Chinese Major Foreign Language: French Major Foreign Language: German Major Foreign Language: Persian Major Foreign Language: Portuguese Major Foreign Language: Russian Major Foreign Language: Spanish Major Geography Major Geospatial Information Science Major History Major International Affairs Major Kinesiology Major Law and Legal Studies Major Life Science Major Management Major Mathematical Sciences Major Mechanical Engineering Major Nuclear Engineering Major Operations Research Major Philosophy Major Physics Major Sociology Major Space Science Major Systems & Decision Sciences Major Systems Engineering Major Academic Minors Aeronautical Engineering Minor America in the World Minor American Foundations Minor Applied Statistics Minor Cyber Security Minor Diversity and Inclusion Studies Minor Engineering Management Minor General History Minor Geography Minor Grand Strategy Minor Network Science Minor Nuclear Science Minor Photonics Minor Regional Studies Minor Robotics Minor Space Science Minor Systems Engineering Minor Terrorism Studies Minor War Technology and Society Minor Guidance on Choosing an Academic Major Overview Courses Enrichment The engineering management minor teaches the concepts and principles of engineering to manage the fundamentals of organizational leadership, personnel management, fiscal management, and systems understanding. Engineering management is a highly relevant program that builds on the traditional roles of systems analysis and basic and applied sciences by emphasizing management functions in a technical setting. Cadets who minor in engineering management will study systems thinking, the basics of sound financial decisions and business operations, tools for analyzing and making engineering decisions, and design and analysis of production operations. They will also study supply chain design, planning, operation, business processes, and information management systems as well as how to plan, monitor, and control a project. To learn more about this area of study, visit the Department of Systems Engineering. Required Courses EM381 ENGINEERING ECONOMY EM411 PROJECT MANAGEMENT Sample Electives CY300PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS EE300FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL LOGIC EE362INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS EV300ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CE350INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING CE495TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING EM420PRODUCTION OPERATIONS MGMT EM481SYSTEMS SIMULATION To learn more, view the full Engineering Management Minor Curriculum. Cadets in this minor have the opportunity to apply for a summer Academic Individual Advanced Development (AIAD) program, USMA-run academic enrichment experience. Within five years of graduation, cadets can apply for the Professional Engineer License and Project Management Professional certification. Cadets have the opportunity to join the Association of Engineering Management Club and to apply to the Epsilon Mu Eta, Alpha Chi Chapter Honor Society. To learn more about enrichment for this area of study, visit the Department of Systems Engineering, the System Design and Analysis Center or the Operations Research Center.