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Rensselaer Catalog 2007-2008 [Archived Catalog]

Management


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This four-year B.S. in Management program requires a minimum of 124 credit hours. A typical program is described below.

First Year


Fall


  • Humanities or Social Science Elective Credit Hours: 4

Spring


  • Humanities or Social Science Elective Credit Hours: 4

Second Year


Spring


  • Communications Requirement Credit Hours: 4

Third Year


Fall


  • Elective Credit Hours: 4
  • Humanities or Social Science Elective Credit Hours: 4

Spring


  • Performance Organizations Credit Hours: 4
  • Science Elective Credit Hours: 4
  • Elective Credit Hours: 4
  • Humanities or Social Science Elective Credit Hours: 4
    (4000 level)

Fourth Year


Fall


  • Performance Organizations Credit Hours: 4
  • Elective Credit Hours: 4
  • Elective Credit Hours: 4

Spring


  • Elective Credit Hours: 4
  • Elective Credit Hours: 4

Concentrations


Students are encouraged to select one or more concentrations in order to provide further depth in an area of student interest. The concentrations and their associated courses are as follows:

Financial Systems


Management Information Systems


Restricted Elective (choose one from the three below)


Marketing


  • Restricted elective (see adviser)

Technological Entrepreneurship


  • Restricted Elective (see adviser)

Technology Commercialization and Entrepreneurship


This concentration is designed so that undergraduate Management students can take strong minors in selected technical and other departments in the institute, and, if they qualify, stay for a fifth year to complete the M.S. in Management in Technology Commercialization and Entrepreneurship. The strong minors are intended to educate students in the fundamentals of these areas of science and technology.    Once they graduate, students can go on during the fifth year and prepare themselves to be entrepreneurs who understand the relevant technical fields as well as the skills needed in entrepreneurship and managing new product development.

TCE Concentration with Minor in Design, Information, and Society


(For dual Management-DIS students only)

  • STSS 13xx Design, Innovation, and Society
  • STSS 4xxx Advanced Option in Engineering, IT, and Design
  • STSS 4xxx Advanced Option in Engineering, IT, and Design

TCE Concentration with minor in Information Technology


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