Engineering and Management Core Requirements

Students are required to complete the following courses:

Engineering and Management

  • EM120 Team-based Design & Innovation 
  • EM121 Technological Entrepreneurship (2 credits)
  • EM205 Introduction to Financial & Managerial Accounting 
  • EM211 Introduction to Enterprise Information Systems 
  • EM286 Organizational Behavior I 
  • EM331 Operations & Supply Chain Management 
  • EM333 Elements of Operations Research 
  • EM380 Project Management 
  • EM451 Quality Management & Lean Enterprise 
  • EM432 Organizational Policy & Strategy
  • EM456 Process Engineering & Design

Professional Experience

Students are required to complete the following Professional Experience:
Internship, co-op, or directed research related to the student's professional goals

Math and Science Courses for Engineering and Management

Students must complete the following courses:

Mathematics/Statistics

  • MA131 Calculus I 
  • MA132 Calculus II 
  • MA231 Calculus III 
  • MA232 Elementary Differential Equations
  • STAT383 Probability & Statistics 

Chemistry/Physics

  • CM131 General Chemistry I (4 credits)
  • CM132 General Chemistry II (4 credits)
  • PH131 Physics I (4 credits)
  • PH132 Physics II (4 credits)

Electrical Science Courses for Engineering and Management

Students must complete the following courses:

  • ES220 Statics 
  • ES250 Electrical Science 
  • ES330 Fluid Mechanics 
  • ES340 Thermodynamics 
  • ES260 Materials Science & Engineering
  • ES222 Strength of Materials

Engineering and Management Core Electives

Students must complete the following courses:

  • COMM217 Introduction to Public Speaking 
  • EC350 Economic Principles & Engineering Economics 
  • EE264 Introduction to Digital Design
  • FN361 Financial Management 
  • LW270 Law & Society 
  • MK320 Principles of Marketing 
  • IS110 Introduction to Business Intelligence and Data Analytics

Professional Elective

A professional elective in E&M is a 3-credit course (or equivalent) that predominantly covers engineering or engineering management knowledge. Examples of such courses include any sophomore-, junior- or senior-level course in engineering; any junior- or senior-level course in a topical knowledge area(s) in the Guide to the Engineering Management Body of Knowledge, 3rd edition, ASEM, 2013; or courses focused on information technology.

Knowledge Area/University Course Electives

Students will have at least 15 credit hours available to use toward Knowledge Area and/or University Course electives to satisfy the Clarkson Common Experience requirements.

Free Electives

Students will have approximately 3 credit hours available to use toward courses of their choice.