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The minor in engineering management provides several real benefits to undergraduate engineering and engineering technology students, not the least of which can be a substantially larger starting salary. The other benefits it offers students are in the skill sets developed (project management, engineering economics, organization behavior / principles of management, and either statistical concepts or decision techniques), the preparation to start an engineering management graduate degree, and the bridging of the competency gaps identified in several national surveys. This paper addresses the benefits of the minor to engineering management programs.
Unal, R., & Keating, C., & Kauffmann, P., & Peterson, W. (2002, June), Engineering Management - The Minor of Choice Paper presented at 2002 Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada. 10.18260/1-2--10071
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