MEM students graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree conferred by both the School of Engineering and the School of Business.

Engineering Management Minors

There are three minors that are offered jointly by the School of Business and the School of Engineering: Engineering Management- Business, Engineering Management- Business- Construction, and Engineering Management- Engineering.

Engineering Management- Business: The Business Concentration is designed to provide students with non-Business majors with an understanding of the principles of managing organizations involved in engineering activities and technology development including: i) planning, organizing, allocating, and controlling activities and resources, ii) project management, and iii) operations management, and entrepreneurship.

Students majoring in the School of Business may not earn this minor. Students may only earn one minor offered by the School of Business. Students who are not majors in the School of Business are restricted to no more than 24 credits of coursework offered by the School of Business. Students pursuing this minor should not take OPIM 3104 before completing the minor requirements as there is a credit restriction with MEM 2221/BADM 3761.

You must earn a C or above in each minor course and no substitutions are allowed.

For more information about the courses required for the Engineering Management Minor-Business, please visit the Undergraduate Catalog.

Students that want to pursue an Engineering Management Minor- Business are processed through the School of Business. Please visit the School of Business Office of Undergraduate Advising website and fill out the School of Business Minor Plan of Study Form. Submit this plan as soon as you have registered for all required coursework (no later than the first four weeks of the semester in which you intend to graduate).

Engineering Management- Business- Construction: The minor in Engineering Management – Business- Construction Concentration is designed to provide students with non-business majors with an understanding of the principles of managing organizations involved in engineering activities and technology development including: i) planning, organizing, allocating, and controlling activities and resources, ii) project management, and iii) operations management, and entrepreneurship. The Construction Track has been designed to meet the specific needs of Civil Engineering majors operating in a business environment.

Students majoring in the School of Business may not earn this minor. Students may only earn one minor offered by the School of Business. Students who are not majors in the School of Business are restricted to no more than 24 credits of coursework offered by the School of Business. Students pursuing this minor should not take OPIM 3104 before completing the minor requirements as there is a credit restriction with MEM 2221/BADM 3761.

You must earn a C or above in each minor course and no substitutions are allowed.

For more information about the courses required for the Engineering Management Minor-Business- Construction, please visit the Undergraduate Catalog.

Students that want to pursue an Engineering Management Minor- Business- Construction are processed through the School of Business. Please visit the School of Business Office of Undergraduate Advising website and fill out the School of Business Minor Plan of Study Form. Submit this plan as soon as you have registered for all required coursework (no later than the first four weeks of the semester in which you intend to graduate).

Note: This minor has been replaced by the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department’s Construction Engineering and Management Minor. Please contact the CEE department for further details.

Engineering Management- Engineering: The minor in Engineering Management – Engineering Concentration is designed to provide students with non-engineering majors with an understanding of the engineering activities involved in managing organizations and technology development including: i) planning, organizing, allocating, and controlling activities and resources, ii) project management, and iii) operations management, and entrepreneurship.

For more information about the courses required for the Engineering Management Minor-Engineering, please visit the Undergraduate Catalog.

You must earn a C or above in each minor course and no substitutions are allowed.

To declare a minor in Engineering Management- Engineering, please visit ppc.uconn.edu. Once you have completed the minor requirements, submit a minor plan of study in the Student Administration System by the fourth week of the semester you plan to graduate.