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Professional Science Masters in Engineering & Business

Information:

This degree is for practicing engineers who need advanced skills to accelerate their career. With a blend of engineering and business courses, students will both enhance their technical expertise and learn the practical management skills that are essential for career advancement.

For further course and registration info you can visit: http://engineering.umaine.edu/home/online/

This 30-credit program includes 12 credits of technical engineering courses, a three-credit course in project management, 9 credits of business courses, and 6 credits of field experience directly applicable to their job.  Technical tracks are available in: structural engineering/mechanics and aeronautical engineering.

Future technical tracks will be developed in electrical engineering and wireless communication.

Fall 2013
Spring 2014
Sum 2014
Fall 2014
Spring 2015
Sum 2015
Fall 2015
Spring 2016
Sum 2016
Fall 2016
Spring 2017

PSM Civil/Mechanical Engineering Courses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEE 446 CIE 640 CIE 549 CIE 549 CIE 640 CIE 549
MEE 565 CIE 545 CIE 547 CIE 543 CIE 545 CIE 547 CIE 543 CIE 545
CIE 647 CIE 544 CIE 5xx (Loads) CIE 544 CIE 647 CIE 544 CIE5xx (loads)
CIE 540 CIE 540 CIE 648 CIE 540 CIE 540
MEE 445 MEE 548
MEE 547

PSM Electrical Engineering Courses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ECE 515 ECE 571 ECE 574 ECE 577 ECE 515 ECE 585 ECE 543 ECE 550
ECE 573 ECE 585 ECE 543 ECE 498 ECE 573 ECE 444 ECE 574 ECE 577
ECE 445 ECE 571

PSM Business Courses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bua 605 Bua 400 BUA605 BUA400 BUA605 BUA400 BUA605
BUA651 BUA651 BUA651 BUA651 BUA651 BUA651 BUA651 BUA651
ECO410 ECO410 ECO410 ECO410

PSM GEE Courses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GEE 486 GEE 486/586 GEE 486/586 GEE 486/586
                     

Please note that PSM consists of technical courses,listed under Civil/Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering sections, and business and other courses, listed under BUA and GEE sections.

 

Course titles:

CIE 549: Numerical Methods in Engineering.  3 cr.

CIE 543: Introduction to Composite Materials in Civil Engineering.  3 cr.

CIE 544: Design of Wood Structures.  3 cr.

CIE 648: Fracture Mechanics.  3 cr.

MEE 446: Astronautics.  3 cr.

MEE 555: Smart Materials.  3 cr.

MEE 565: Offshore Floating System Design.  3 cr.

CIE 640: Advanced Structural Analysis.  3 cr.

CIE 545: Structural Dynamics.  3 cr.

CIE 647: Advanced Topics in Steel Design.  3 cr.

CIE 540: Experimental Analysis of Structures.  3 cr.

CIE 549: Numerical Methods in Engineering.  3 cr.

CIE 547: Prestressed Concrete Structures.  3 cr.

CIE 544: Design of Wood Structures.  4 cr.

MEE 445: Aeronautics.  3 cr.

MEE 547: Flight Dynamics and Control of Aircraft.  3 cr.

CIE 543: Introduction to Composite Materials in Civil Engineering.  3 cr.

CIE 540: Experimental Analysis of Structures.  3 cr.

MEE 548: Spacecraft Orbit and Attitute Dynamics and Control.  3 cr.

ECE 573: Microprogramming.  3 cr.

ECE 515: Random Variables and Stochastic Processes.  3 cr.

ECE 571: Advanced Microprocessor-Based Design.  3 cr.

ECE 585: Fundamentals of Wireless Communication.  3 cr.

ECE 444: Analog Integrated Circuits.  3 cr.

ECE 577: Fuzzy Logic.  3 cr.

ECE 498: Selected Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering.  3 cr.

ECE 543: Microelectronic Devices I.  3 cr.

ECE 550: Electromagnetic Theory.  3 cr.

BUA 605: Creating and Capturing Value in the Digital Economy.  3 cr.

BUA 651: Financial Management.  3 cr.

ECO 410: Accelerated Introductory Economics.  3 cr.

BUA 400:  Introduction to Accounting.  3 cr.

GEE 486/586: Advanced Project Management.  3 cr.

Contact:

Dana N. Humphrey, Dean

College of Engineering

200 AMC Building

207-581-2217

dana.humphrey@umit.maine.edu