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(A) Engineering Track (TME)

(TME 0621) Technology and Entrepreneurship for Engineers: (2,0,2)

This course will allow students to learn important concepts to develop new industrial ventures (the managerial, financial, legal, ethical and organizational aspects of starting and growing of a high technology company). Students develop a feasibility study, technical study, business plan in the form of a proposal for venture capital, for a variety of potential technological innovations generally drawn from their own industries.

(TME 0623) Technology and Product Development: (2, 0, 2)

Develops interdisciplinary skills required for successful product development in today's competitive marketplace. Small product development teams step through the new product development process in detail, learning about available tools, techniques and technologies to execute each process step along the way. Each student brings his or her individual disciplinary perspective to the teams’ effort and must learn to synthesize that perspective with those of the other students in the group to develop a sound, marketable product. Topics such as Disruptive Technologies, Technology Integration and Concurrent Engineering will be covered in details.

(TME 0624) Managing of Technological Changes: (2, 0, 2)

Significant changes in products, manufacturing processes, inputs, and markets made by engineering intensive firms are studied. Interactions between the manufacturing, engineering, and marketing functions, as well as interactions with users are brought out through case studies.

(TME 0625) Financial Analysis for Engineers: (2, 0, 2)

A study of finance designed to give the student an operational knowledge of financial analysis and planning in technology based enterprises, including publicly owned corporations and privately held consulting and engineering service companies. Topics include financial statement analysis (ratio analysis; financial markets, interest rates, and tax structures); present value cash flow analysis; risk and return; capital budgeting; capital structure; investment and replacement analysis and decision theory; cash flow budgets; financing of operations, and sources and uses of capital.

(TME 0629) Supply Chain Management: (2, 0, 2)

The course includes: Basic Concepts of Supply Chain Management; The Customer and The Supplier Relationship Management Process; The Demand Management Process; Supply Chain Operations: Planning and Sourcing; The Manufacturing Flow Management Process; The Product Development and Commercialization Process; Supply Chain Coordination and Use of Technology; Measuring Performance: Supply Chain Metrics, Defining Supply Chain Opportunities; Developing Supply Chain Systems; Lean Thinking and Supply Chain Management; and Developing and Implementing Partnerships in the Supply Chain Management Performance Measurement.

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