IU/Purdue Engineering Professional Education
Plan of Study
A specific plan of study for Purdue Engineering Professional Education dual degree admits cannot be outlined, as these students may matriculate in any term (matriculation in Fall or Spring Quarters is encouraged) and may take only one course/quarter while completing an engineering program. The following is an outline of the courses required, when they are offered, and suggestions on course sequencing. Once admitted, a plan of study for each person will be developed.
36 credit hour MBA for Purdue MSE students:
|Course||Title||Credits||Year in Program||Offered|
|C521||Managing Accounting for Decision-Making 3||3.0||1||W, Sp, Su|
|C530||Economics for Managers 2||3.0||BRIDGE COURSE||F, Sp|
|C540||Financial Management (P: C521)||3.0||1||F, W, Sp, Su|
|C570||Strategic Marketing Management||3.0||1||F, W, Sp|
|C580||Operations Management 2, 3||3.0||BRIDGE COURSE||F, W, Sp, Su|
|C560||Business Planning and Project Management||3.0||1 (last course, year 1)||F, W, Su|
|C511||Organizational Change (in-residence)||1.5||1||F, W(online), Sp|
|C522||Information Technology 2||3.0||BRIDGE COURSE||F, W, Sp, Su|
|C561||The US in a Global Economy||3.0||2||F, Sp, Su|
|C562||Developing Strategic Capabilities||3.0||2||W, Sp, Su|
|X532||Integrative Capstone Course||3.0||2 (last course, year 2)||F, W, Sp, Su|
|C550||Business Law Requirement*||3.0||2||W. Sp, Su|
|C514||Human Resources (in-residence)||1.5||2||F, W(online), Sp|
|C520||Quantitative Analysis||3.0||BRIDGE COURSE||F, Sp|
Only one of the bridge courses have to be taken with IU. The others must be taken with Purdue University.
1 or pre-approved online substitute
2 If Purdue graduate, student may substitute another 3.0 credit hour course if taken at Purdue.
3 If Michigan student, an IU 3.0 credit hour course must be substituted if student took MFG505 or MFG426 at Michigan .
1 - Complete all year one courses prior to enrolling in year two courses. We strongly encourage the in-residence courses, but we realize they are not always possible. The first in-residence (held in Bloomington, IN) functions as an "orientation" in addition to the C511 class. Students also have the opportunity to build their professional network through both classroom and social activities. During the second in-residence (also in Bloomington), students take C514 and continue to build their professional network. Students have the opportunity to interact with Kelley faculty, staff, and Graduate Career Services (GCS) at both in-residences.
2 – Students must have prior approval from IU committee to take C511 and C514 online.
3 - C521 must be taken and completed before registering for C540.
4 – C530, C520, C580, C521, C511, C540 and C570 have to be taken prior to C560.
5 - C560 should be taken just before year two courses.
6 - We suggest taking C561 and C522 prior to C550 and C562.
7 - C563 should be taken as the last course in the program.