Management Information Systems Flowchart

Year 1

Fall

MA 1160 - Calculus with Technology I

An introduction to single-variable calculus, which includes a computer laboratory. Topics include trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions, differentiation and its uses, and basic integration. Integrates symbolic tools, graphical concepts, data and numerical calculations.

  • Credits: 4.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-1)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MA 1032 or MA 1031 or MA 1120 or ALEKS Math Placement >= 86 or CEEB Calculus AB >= 3 or CEEB Calculus BC >= 3 or CEEB Calculus AB Subscore >= 3 or ACT Mathematics >= 29 or SAT MATH SECTION SCORE-M16 >= 680

EC 2001 - Principles of Economics

An introduction to economics. The microeconomics portion covers consumer choice, the firm, value and price theory, and distribution theory. The macroeconomics portion covers national income analysis, fiscal policy, money and monetary policy, the commercial banking system, and the Federal Reserve System.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MA 1020 or MA 1031 or MA 1032 or MA 1120 or MA 1135(C) or MA 1160(C) or MA 1161(C) or MA 1121(C)

BUS 1100 - Introduction to Business

Introduction to planning, organizing, decision-making, leadership and control in a business. Business disciplines of accounting, finance, information systems, management, marketing, and operations are introduced, along with discussions of business ethics and social responsibility.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring

ACC 2000 - Accounting Principles I

Introduction to basic principles, concepts, and theoretical framework of financial accounting with the emphasis on its use by economically rational decision makers. Topics include the decision-making environment and the accounting cycles, processes, and statements.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring

UN 1015 - Composition

Provides direct instruction in composition. Students examine and interpret communication practices and apply what they learn to their own written, aural, and visual compositions. Class projects ask students to communicate in a variety of modes and to attend to audience, purpose, and context.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

Spring

MA 2720 - Statistical Methods

Introduction to the design and analysis of statistical studies. Topics include methods of data collection, descriptive and graphical methods, probability, statistical inference on means, regression and correlation, and ANOVA.

  • Credits: 4.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-4-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Major(s): Mathematics
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MA 1020 or MA 1030 or MA 1120 or MA 1032 or MA 1031 or ALEKS Math Placement >= 61 or CEEB Calculus BC >= 2 or CEEB Calculus AB Subscore >= 2 or ACT Mathematics >= 22 or SAT MATH SECTION SCORE-M16 >= 540

BUS 2200 - Business Law

Provides an understanding of the legal basis of contracts and their enforcement in the areas of general contracts, contracts of commercial sales and of agency, and commercial paper.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring

ACC 2100 - Accounting Principles II

Emphasizes the role of accounting information within a firm. Topics include budgeting, responsibility accounting, cost allocations, cost behavior, decision models, capital budgeting, and an introduction to product costing in manufacturing and service sector firms.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Pre-Requisite(s): ACC 2000

UN 1025 - Global Issues

Study of contemporary global issues, their origins, impacts, and solutions through the thematic and comparative exploration of worldview and culture, population, globalization, development, politics and global governance, environment, and sustainability. Emphasis on global literacy and information literacy.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

Year 2

Fall

MIS 2100 - Introduction to Business Programming

Develops business problem solving skills through the application of a commonly used high-level business programming language. Topics include the nature of the business programming environment, fundamentals of the language (e.g., programming constructs, data management, manipulation of simple data structures), structured programming concepts, desirable programming practices and design, debugging and testing techniques.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall

Spring

MGT 3000 - Organizational Behavior

Covers concepts of human relations and organizational behavior through the study of people's behavior at work. Develop understanding, attitudes, and skills leading to increased personal effectiveness.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

MGT 2000 - Team Dynamics and Decision Making

Develops individual and group problem-solving skills using active, hands-on learning. Emphasizes problem identification and problem solution under conditions of ambiguity and uncertainty. Stresses creativity, interpersonal skills and skill assessment, communication, group process and teamwork, and action planning.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

MKT 3000 - Principles of Marketing

Emphasizes decisions made in developing both strategic and tactical marketing plans. Uses computer simulations, experiential learning assignments, and marketing plan development to demonstrate principles of market segmentation, product development, pricing, distribution planning, and promotion.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Year 3

Fall

Spring

Year 4

Fall

Spring

Major Electives

MIS 2200 - Web Programming

Covers technologies, tools, and environments related to the development of web-enabled business solutions. Topics include the development environment for web-based solutions, key development technologies, desirable development practices, and design, programming, debugging and testing methods.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2023-2024 academic year
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MIS 2100 or CS 1121 or CS 1131

MIS 3000 - Business Process Analysis

Studies business decision management discipline using business rules, process models (e.g. flowcharts, unified modeling language, swim lanes), and information systems to improve efficiency and effectiveness. Emphasis on industry standards and business process management used to increase productivity.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2018-2019 academic year
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MIS 2000

MIS 3500 - User-Centered Design

Studies user-centered design in development of effective interface solutions for business needs. Content may include input/output devices, user modeling, help and documentation, social issues, and usability evaluation. Emphasis on how interface design addresses human capabilities and capacities.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: On Demand
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MIS 2000

MIS 4000 - Emerging Technologies

Focuses on understanding IT for competitive advantage and as an agent of transformation. Topics include managing IT infrastructure and architecture, facilitating information distribution throughout the enterprise, conducting case analyses to develop a framework for innovative Enterprise Systems to be used for sustainable competitive advantage and other emerging trends and technologies.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2018-2019 academic year
  • Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Senior
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MIS 3100 and MIS 3200

MIS 4200 - Management of Cyber Security

Review of information systems security concepts and industry best practices. Subject matter is organized to provide students a foundation to sit for the Certified Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam after completion.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall - Offered alternate years beginning with the 2017-2018 academic year
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MIS 2000 or CS 1111 or CS 1121 or CS 1131

MIS 4400 - Business Intelligence and Analytics

Focuses on generation and interpretation of business analytics relative to organizational decision making. Includes core skills necessary for constructing data retrieval queries in a relational database environment.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: On Demand
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MIS 2000 and (MIS 3100 or CS 3425)

MIS 4500 - Systems Design for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

This course is designed to support students who desire to design an IT software solution to commercialize. The course provides support for student entrepreneurs and innovators during various stages of the systems development life cycle, such as planning, requirements gathering, design and implementation.

  • Credits: 1.0; Repeatable to a Max of 6
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (1-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Restrictions: Permission of instructor required
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MIS 2000(C) or CS 1111(C) or CS 1121(C) or CS 1131(C) or SAT 1200(C)

MIS 4990 - Special Topics in Management Information Systems

Examines current IS/IT topics and issues in greater depth from a managerial perspective. A single offering of this course will concentrate on one or two topics, which will vary.

  • Credits: variable to 3.0; Repeatable to a Max of 6
  • Semesters Offered: On Demand
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MIS 2000

OSM 4300 - Project Management

The various stages in a project life cycle will be covered and include initiation, planning, execution, and closeout. Basic tools such as the Project Charter, Network Diagrams Gantt, and budgeting will be covered. Basics of MS Project are included.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
  • Pre-Requisite(s): BUS 2100 or CEE 3710 or MA 2720 or MA 3710 or EE 3180 or BE 2110 or MA 2710

Domain Electives

ACC 3000 - Intermediate Accounting I

Studies the theory, concepts, and practices underlying financial reporting and measurement. Primary focus is on income measurement, and the valuation of assets, like cash, receivables, inventory, and long-lived assets, as well as multinational issues.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Pre-Requisite(s): ACC 2000

ACC 3100 - Intermediate Accounting II

A continuation of ACC 3000 with theories, concepts, and practices underlying financial measurement and reporting. Focuses on the measurement and reporting of liabilities and equities, and includes multinational issues.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring
  • Pre-Requisite(s): ACC 3000 and FIN 3000(C)

ACC 3500 - Managerial/Cost Accounting I

The primary emphasis is on traditional and contemporary product costing techniques, cost allocation practices, and basic cost-management issues. Topics include process costing, standard costing, activity-based costing, backflush costing, cost allocation issues, balanced scorecard, strategic profitability analysis, and the role of accounting in contemporary management practices.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring
  • Pre-Requisite(s): ACC 2100

ACC 3600 - Foundations of Taxation

Introduction to basic principles, concepts, and theoretical framework of taxation systems, emphasizing income taxation and its impact on decision making. Topics include tax planning and compliance for individuals, corporations, and partnerships.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Pre-Requisite(s): ACC 2000

ACC 4100 - Audit and Assurance

Auditing procedures and techniques associated with public accounting and with internal auditing for business entities. Topics include auditor's responsibilities, professional ethics, generally accepted auditing standards, purpose and types of audits, objectives, internal control, evidence, organization within the public accounting profession, the audit program, and auditing procedures and techniques.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Pre-Requisite(s): ACC 3000 or ACC 5050

ACC 4800 - Accounting Systems

Introduction to the basic principles, concepts, and theoretical framework for the design and operation of accounting information systems, emphasizing its use to enhance decision making. Topics include system design, internal controls, the use of databases, and electronic commerce.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring
  • Pre-Requisite(s): ACC 2100 or ACC 5050

FIN 4000 - Investment Analysis

Overview of financial products. Operations of the stock market, bond market, and other financial markets. Focus on portfolio theory and basic stock and bond valuation techniques.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring
  • Pre-Requisite(s): EC 3400 or FIN 3000 and (MA 2710 or MA 2720 or MA 3710)

FIN 4100 - Advanced Financial Management

Advanced topics in managerial finance: Advanced capital budgeting, project analysis, capital acquisition, capital structure and dividend policy, and other topics.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Pre-Requisite(s): EC 3400 or FIN 3000

FIN 4500 - Risk Management and FinTech

Understand risk and tools for analyzing risk in business. Includes topics such as capital management, bankruptcy, insurance and hedging strategies as well as cutting edge innovations in financial technology such as artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency, and decentralized financial systems.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
  • Pre-Requisite(s): FIN 3000 or EC 3400

FIN 4700 - Global Finance

Studies international financial systems and markets. Covers the principle of comparative advantage, balance of payments, exchange rate systems, theories of international finance, identification of international risk exposures, the management and treatment of risk, and special topics of international finance.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Pre-Requisite(s): BA 3400 or EC 3400 or FIN 3000

EC 3300 - Industrial Organization

Economic analysis of market power and industry structure. Topics include the goals of public policy toward business, antitrust policy, economic regulation, public enterprise, and social regulation of health, safety, and the environment.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Pre-Requisite(s): EC 2001 and UN 1015 and (UN 1025 or Modern Language - 3000 level or higher)

MGT 3800 - Entrepreneurship

Covers management issues associated with establishing a successful new enterprise as a small businesses or part of an existing firm. Emphasizes learning through creation of a business plan as well as case studies that develop an understanding of opportunity recognition, entrepreneurial teams, reward systems, financing alternatives, family ventures, ethical and legal contractual considerations, and resource needs.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

MGT 4500 - Managing Change in Organizations

Studies organizational theory with an emphasis on managing change in organizations. Examines forces for change in the external environment, methods for managing change (design and implementation), the impact of change on people, and leaders as agents of change. Case studies and student projects prepare the student to manage change in organizations.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MGT 3000 or BA 5700

MGT 4600 - Management of Technology and Innovation

Introduces disruptive innovation concepts and provides occasions for their application to timely and relevant cases. Provides an understanding of technology management and innovation processes as they occur inside and outside of organizations.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

MKT 3200 - Consumer Behavior & Culture

Introduces students to models, theories, practices, and sociocultural issues pertinent to consumers' decision making and lifestyle choices. Discussions will be based on a variety of disciplines: psychology, sociology, economics, and anthropology.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MKT 3000

MKT 3600 - Marketing Data Analytics

Focuses on data-driven consumer insights for marketing decision-making. Topics include scientific research methodology, survey research, social media data-analysis, multivariate data analysis, information visualization, and report writing and presentations.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring
  • Pre-Requisite(s): (MA 2710 or MA 2720 or MA 3710 or BUS 2100) and MKT 3000

MKT 4300 - Global Marketing

Discusses the critical elements of international marketing strategy: socio-politico-economic environment, global consumer culture, entry strategy, and global marketing mix. Utilizes cases and examples in order for students to better understand the globalized marketplace.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MKT 3000

MKT 4500 - Digital Media Marketing

Introduces fundamentals of social media and e-commerce. Discussion also include search engine optimization, user-generated content, mobile applications, content strategies, social media campaigns, new media strategies, and future trends in digital marketing.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MKT 3000

OSM 3600 - Procurement and Supply Management

Addresses processes that facilitate the management of value- added transactions and relationships between supplier and customer organizations. The course examines the management of the business purchasing function, including supplier selection and development, cost management, performance measures, buyer-supplier relationships, and negotiation.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore

OSM 4650 - Six Sigma Fundamentals

Course is framed in context of six sigma methodology. Topics include principles of Shewhart, Deming, Taguchi; meaning of quality; control charts for variables, individuals, and attributes; process capability analysis; variation of assemblies; and computer-based workshops.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MA 2710 or MA 2720 or MA 3710 or MA 3720 or BUS 2100 or CE 3710 or CEE 3710

OSM 4700 - Logistics and Transportation Management

Focuses on the transportation and distribution services that support demand fulfillment from the receipt of customer orders to order fulfillment. Topics include customer service, order fulfillment, inventory, transportation costs and modes, facility design and operation, carrier selection, and negotiation.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (3-0-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman, Sophomore
  • Pre-Requisite(s): (MA 2710 or MA 2720 or MA 3710 or CE 3710 or CEE 3710) and (MA 1135 or MA 1160 or MA 1161 or MA 1121)

MA 2330 - Introduction to Linear Algebra

An introduction to linear algebra and how it can be used, including basic mathematical proofs. Topics include systems of equations, vectors, matrices, orthogonality, subspaces, and the eigenvalue problem.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MA 1160 or MA 1161 or MA 1135 or MA 1121

MA 3203 - Introduction to Cryptography

Topics include private-key cryptography, shift substitution, permutation and stream ciphers, cryptanalysis, perfect secrecy, public-key cryptography, and the RSA cryptosystem.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring, Summer
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MA 2320 or MA 2321 or MA 2330

MA 3740 - Statistical Programming and Analysis

Project-based course enabling students to identify statistical methods and analysis using R and SAS. Topics include exploratory data analysis, classical statistical tests, sample size and power considerations, correlation, regression,and design experiments using advanced programming techniques.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-2-2)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MA 2710 or MA 2720 or MA 3710 or MA 3715

MA 4710 - Regression Analysis

Covers simple, multiple, and polynomial regression; estimation, testing, and prediction; weighted least squares, matrix approach, dummy variables, multicollinearity, model diagnostics and variable selection. A statistical computing package is an integral part of the course.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-0)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MA 2710 or MA 2720 or MA 3710 or MA 3715 or MA 5701

CS 1121 - Introduction to Programming I

Starting point of the computer science programs. A high-level, object-oriented programming language is introduced as a problem-solving tool. Topics include design, coding, documentation, debugging, and testing of programs. Programming assignments are given in both a closed lab setting and as homework.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-2-2)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Pre-Requisite(s): MA 1031(C) or MA 1032(C) or MA 1120(C)

CS 1122 - Introduction to Programming II

Continuation of CS 1121. Topics include data abstraction, class hierarchies and polymorphism, list, stack, queue and tree data structures, complexity-based algorithm and data structure choices, and recursion. Homework programming assignments are given.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-2-2)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Pre-Requisite(s): CS 1121

SAT 2711 - Linux Fundamentals

Fundamental OS concepts, OS design principles, Linux system architecture, Linux installation and package management, GNU and UNIX commands, Linux file systems, hierarchy standards, shells, scripting and data management, user interfaces and desktops, administrative tasks, essential system services, networking fundamentals, and security.

  • Credits: 4.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-3-3)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Summer
  • Pre-Requisite(s): SAT 1200 or CS 1111(C) or CS 1121 or CS 1131 or CS 1142 or MIS 2100

SAT 3310 - Scripting for Administration, Automation, and Security

Scripting in PERL, Python, BASH, and PowerShell to accomplish and automate common system administration tasks such as working with files, network and web communication, database interaction, and security.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-2-2)
  • Semesters Offered: Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Sophomore, Junior, Senior
  • Pre-Requisite(s): SAT 1200 or CS 1111 or CS 1121 or CS 1131 or CS 1142 or MIS 2100

BUS 3900 - Business Internship

A practical approach to business problem solving. Requires a report on work activity upon completion of the internship.

  • Credits: variable to 4.0; Repeatable to a Max of 4
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: Permission of instructor required; Must be enrolled in one of the following College(s): College of Business

ENT 1960 - Enterprise Orientation-Spring

An orientation for students to their specific enterprise. Covers enterprise specific topics but should also include organizational structure; past, present and future projects and their results.

  • Credits: 1.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: Permission of instructor required

ENT 2950 - Enterprise Project Work I

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world design projects or problems. Second-year students are responsible for achieving some prescribed objectives, as defined by their Enterprise team.

  • Credits: 1.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

ENT 2960 - Enterprise Project Work II

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world design projects or problems. Second- year students are responsible for achieving some prescribed objectives, as defined by their Enterprise team.

  • Credits: 1.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Freshman

ENT 3950 - Enterprise Project Work III

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world design projects or problems. Third-year students will practice designing approaches to solve problems and develop procedures to achieve specified project objectives.

  • Credits: 1.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Junior, Senior

ENT 3960 - Enterprise Project Work IV

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world design projects or problems. Third-year students practice designing approaches to solve problems and develop procedures to achieve specified project objectives.

  • Credits: 1.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Junior, Senior

ENT 4961 - Enterprise Project Work VII

Course intended for students who have completed all project courses in Enterprise and who wish to continue with the program through graduation.

  • Credits: 1.0; Repeatable to a Max of 2
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-3)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: Permission of instructor required; Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Senior
  • Pre-Requisite(s): ENT 3950 and ENT 3960 and (ENT 4950 and ENT 4960) or (ENT 4900 and ENT 4910)

ENT 4900 - Senior Enterprise Project Work V Non-Capstone

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world projects or problems of significance to industry, government and communities. Fourth-year students gain experience in defining project objectives and planning strategies to achieve these objectives, and leading teams to accomplish project goals. This course is for students who are not participating in Enterprise to fulfill their capstone requirements.

  • Credits: 2.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-6)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following College(s): College of Engineering; Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Senior

ENT 4910 - Senior Enterprise Project Work VI Non-Capstone

Interdisciplinary teams work as part of an enterprise to address real-world projects or problems of significance to industry, government and communities. Fourth-year students gain experience in defining project objectives and planning strategies to achieve these objectives, and leading teams to accomplish project goals. This course is for students who are not participating in Enterprise to fulfill their capstone requirements.

  • Credits: 2.0
  • Lec-Rec-Lab: (0-0-6)
  • Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following College(s): College of Engineering; Must be enrolled in one of the following Class(es): Senior

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