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Engineering Management Program Educational Objectives, Student Outcomes, and Enrollment Data 

The Engineering Management program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,
Program Educational Objectives
The Engineering Management program seeks to prepare future Army officers for productive and rewarding careers in the engineering or related profession for service to the Nation.  Five to seven years after graduation, cadets who majored in Engineering Management will have been successful Army officers who:
  1. Successfully lead and participate as a member of multi-disciplinary teams in a diverse cultural environment.
  2. Apply critical thinking to their engineering, management, and leadership skills to design solutions to complex problems.
  3. Demonstrate intellectual growth and continuous self-improvement through self-study, continuing education, and professional development.
  4. Demonstrate effective communicating skills across a variety of mediums and cultures.
  5. Act responsibly by upholding strict ethical and moral standards and considering impacts of decisions on social, political, economic, and technological issues.
Student Outcomes
The Engineering Management Student Outcomes (SOs) sare established to support the achievement of our PEOs.  The SOs describe what we expect our graduate know or be able to do at the time of graduation.  The Engineering Management Program SOs are: 
  1. Lead and work effectively as a contributing member of multidisciplinary engineering teams.
  2. Lead the design or re-engineer of a system, process, or organization within realistic environmental constraints such as cultural, historical, legal, moral/ethical, economic, environmental, organizational, emotional, social, political, and technological.
  3. Use the techniques, skills, modern engineering tools and technology necessary for engineering management practice.
  4. Use systems thinking and engineering management techniques to identify, define, solve, recommend and implement the solution to a client's problem.
  5. Monitor, assess, and manage the broad global and societal impacts of engineering management problems, solutions and management decisions throughout the system lifecycle.
  6. Use stakeholder analysis to identify contemporary issues in engineering management.
  7. Apply a knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering appropriate for Army officers and practicing engineering managers.
  8. Design and conduct system experiments, including the ability to collect, analyze, and interpret system input and output data.
  9. Accurately, clearly, and concisely report engineering findings, conclusions, and recommendations to clients and stakeholders to support decision making.
  10. Demonstrate the skills necessary to support continued intellectual growth and learning for a career of professional excellence and service to the Nation as an officer in the United States Army.
  11. Act professionally and ethically as a leader of character.
Enrollment Data
Class Enrolled  Graduated  Class Currently Enrolled
2013 68 59 2016 46
2012 63 54 2015 23
2011 66 66 2014 61
2010 74 63
2009 77 57
                 Note:  Graduated numbers include both the Engineering Management and Engineering Management with Honors majors.