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Boise, ID 83702
See General Graduate Regulations in the catalog. In addition, the following applies:
- The student shall have a committee of three faculty, including the major professor, if conducting a thesis. Otherwise a committee is not required, just the major professor.
- A qualifying examination is not required.
- The study plan will adhere to the following guidelines. Exceptions may be approved only by agreement of the major professor and program administrator.
|Requirements||Thesis Credits||Non-Thesis Credits|
|TM 510 - Engineering and Technology Management Fundamentals
||3||3||Cross-listed with EM 510|
|Business Core||6||6||Acct 582 Enterprise Accounting and Bus 513 Leadership and Organizational Behavior or similar courses for each|
|Statistics||3||3||Stat 431, 422, 507, 514, 519, 550, or similar|
|Project or Process Management||3||3||Bus 446, 456, 495, 531, CE 482, EM 486, 586, TM 5XX, or similar|
|Electives||6-9||14||9 credits to be in an area of focus; see recommendations|
|Thesis||6-9||For the non-thesis option at least one elective needs to contain a significant writing experience|
|TM 596||1||Comprehensive Exam|
- A student conducting a thesis will provide a presentation and oral defense to his/her graduate committee. The presentation will be open to the public but the oral defense is restricted to the student and the committee.
- A non-thesis student will be required to register for 1 credit TM 504 Comprehensive Exam and to fulfill the Final Defense requirement.
It is recommended that students create an area of focus with their electives so that they have a core competency within their program. Though not exclusive, below are some recommended areas of focus:
- Industrial Safety
- Product Development
- Project Management
- Process Improvement