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Dual MS-MBA Program – Aerospace Engineering

The Haslam College of Business and the College of Engineering offer an integrated program leading to the conferral of the Master of Business Administration degree with a major in business administration (concentration in operations management preferred) and the Master of Science with a major in aerospace engineering.
The objective of the dual degree program is to prepare graduates to take a leading management role in companies that must react quickly to a dynamic market where forces of competition require rapid changes via short cycles in design, manufacturing and product development.
For more information, visit http://mba.utk.edu/program-basics/engineering.asp.

Requirements

Fall – First Year

Hours

Session 1:          7 1/2 weeks
ACCT 505 – Financial Accounting I 1.5
MGT 506 – Competitive Strategy 1.5
STAT 505 – Quantitative Methods 1.5
MARK 505 – Marketing and Demand Management I 1.5
BUAD 515 – Business Skills Development 1.5
Session 2:          7 1/2 weeks
ACCT 506 – Managerial Accounting I 1.5
FINC 505 – Financial Management I 1.5
MARK 506 – Marketing and Demand Management II 1.5
ECON 505 – Economics of Strategy 1.5
BUAD 516 – Business Skills Development II 1.5
Total fall hours 15.0

Spring – First Year

Hours

1Engineering Major course 3.0
Session 1:          7 1/2 weeks
MGT 505 – Leading Complex Organizations 1.5
SCM 505 – Supply Chain Management I: Strategic Issues in Supply Side Supply Chain Management 1.5
BZAN 505 – Operations Management 1.5
BZAN 506 Prescriptive Modeling 1.5
BUAD 517 – Business Skills Development III 1.5
Session 2:          7 1/2 weeks
SCM 506 – Supply Chain Management II: Strategic Issues in Demand Side Supply Chain Management 1.5
FINC 506 – Financial Management II 1.5
BULW 505 – Foundations of Business Law and Ethics 1.5
ECON 506 – Market Forces in Global Environment 1.5
BUAD 518 – Innovation in Practice 1.5
Total spring hours 18.0

Summer – First Year

Hours

1Engineering Major / Mathematics course 6.0
Total summer hours 6.0

Fall – Second Year

Hours

1Engineering Major course(s) 6-9
MBA Electives (Entrepreneurship and Innovation preferred) 6-9
Total fall hours 12-15

Spring – Second Year

Hours

1Engineering Major / Mathematics course 9.0
Total spring hours 9.0
Total hours required for dual program 60.0

1 MS requirements: 12 hours minimum in major and 6 hours minimum mathematics courses (400-level or above).

Dual degree candidates enrolled in engineering science are required to take 18 hours of graduate-level engineering courses. This program requires a course work plan, approved by the Dual Program Committee Chair, including a concentration.

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