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ProjectsProjects provide relevant applications for management theory and principles covered in ETM courses. Our goal is to include an industry project in every ETM course for teams of three to five students. Criteria for project selection include the following:
The primary objective of projects is to supplement education. However, it is desired that projects serve the sponsoring organization by providing useful analysis and recommendations.
The following is a list of some past projects:
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Industrial Advisory CommitteeThe ETM Industrial Advisory Committee represents the organizations that employ graduates. It periodically reviews the program curriculum, and provides advisement on current and future needs of the technical fields in which graduates are employed. Please download the ETM Industrial Advisory Committee Expectations (pdf) for more details.
Field TripsField trips at industry sites can provide many examples of applications of management principles not possibe in a classroom. Please contact the Program Coordinator if you can arrange for a site visit and tour of your company by a small group of students.
SpeakersSpeakers knowledgeable about engineering management principles are welcome to make a classroom presentation. If you have expertise in an area you consider essential for ETM students and would like to share that expertise with aspiring students, please contact the Program Coordinator.
Adjunct TeachingIf you have an interest in teaching and expertise in an ETM subject matter, please consider teaching in the program. Visit the Part Time Academic Positions website or contact the Program Coordinator for information about teaching opportunities in the ETM program.
The Engineering Technology Management program is accredited by the
Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
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