MINOR IN ENGINEERING BUSINESS (AEMINBUS)

This minor is for students interested in learning more about the business dimension of engineering, from finance and economics to management and leadership. Courses reach to areas of wealth production and creation, accounting, research and development, management, economics and entrepreneurship, all within a global context.


Students in the Engineering Science Mathematics, Statistics and Finance Major are not eligible to take this minor.


Course Requirements for the Minor in Engineering Business

The requirements for an Engineering Business Minor in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering are the successful completion of the following courses:

  1. Required Departmental Engineering Economics Course: CHE249H1, CHE374H1, CME368H1, ECE472H1, MIE258H1
  2. JRE300H1 - CS Elective
  3. JRE410H1 - CS Elective
  4. JRE420H1 - HSS Elective
    1. Note - changed from CS as of Winter 2019, retroactive to Fall 2014
  5. Two (2) Course Electives from the list of Engineering Business designated courses. A Departmental Thesis course may be counted as 1 elective (if an H course) or 2 electives (if a Y course) if strongly related to Engineering Business. This requires approval of the Director of the Minor.
Courses offered in the Fall   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
Engineering Economics Course (one of:)
         
CHE249H1: Engineering Economic Analysis F 3 - 1 0.50
CHE374H1: Economic Analysis and Decision Making F 3 - 1 0.50
CME368H1: Engineering Economics and Decision Making F 3 - 1 0.50
ECE472H1: Engineering Economic Analysis & Entrepreneurship F 3 - 2 0.50
MIE258H1: Engineering Economics and Accounting F 3 - 1 0.50
Required Courses          
JRE300H1: Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance F/S 3 - 1 0.50
JRE410H1: Markets and Competitive Strategy F/S 2 2 - 0.50
JRE420H1: People Management and Organizational Behaviour F/S 3 - 1 0.50
Elective Courses          
APS500H1: Negotiations in an Engineering Context F 3 - - 0.50
APS502H1: Financial Engineering F - - 3 0.50
ECE488H1: Entrepreneurship and Business for Engineers F 3 - 2 0.50
ECO101H1 F - - - 0.50
FOR308H1: Discovering Wood and its Role in Societal Development F 3 - 1 0.50
MIE488H1: Entrepreneurship and Business for Engineers F 3 - 2 0.50
MSE488H1: Entrepreneurship and Business for Engineers F 3 - 2 0.50
MIE354H1: Business Process Engineering F 3 2 - 0.50
PHL295H1 F - - - 0.50
TEP234H1: Entrepreneurship and Small Business F 4 - 1 0.50
TEP343H1: Engineering Leadership F 1 2 - 0.50
TEP444H1: Positive Psychology for Engineers F 3 - - 0.50
TEP445H1: The Power of Story: Discovering Your Leadership Narrative F 2 - 1 0.50
APS510H1: Innovative Technologies and Organizations in Global Energy Systems F 3 - 1 0.50

Courses offered in the Winter   Lect. Lab. Tut. Wgt.
Engineering Economics Course          
ECE472H1: Engineering Economic Analysis & Entrepreneurship S 3 - 2 0.50
Required Courses          
JRE300H1: Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance F/S 3 - 1 0.50
JRE410H1: Markets and Competitive Strategy F/S 2 2 - 0.50
JRE420H1: People Management and Organizational Behaviour F/S 3 - 1 0.50
Elective Courses          
APS420H1: Technology, Engineering and Global Development S 3 - - 0.50
APS511H1: Inventions and Patents for Engineers S 3 - - 0.50
CHE488H1: Entrepreneurship and Business for Engineers S 3 - 2 0.50
CIV488H1: Entrepreneurship and Business for Engineers S 3 - 2 0.50
ECO102H1 S - - - 0.50
GGR251H1: Geography of Information S - - - 0.50
GGR252H1: Marketing Geography S 2 - 1 0.50
HPS283H1: The Engineer in History S 2 - 1 0.50
MIE540H1: * Product Design S 3 - 1 0.50
TEP343H1: Engineering Leadership S 1 2 - 0.50
TEP432H1: Entrepreneurship and Business Management S 4 - 1 0.50
TEP442H1: Cognitive and Psychological Foundations of Effective Leadership S 3 - - 0.50
TEP447H1: The Art of Ethical & Equitable Decision Making in Engineering S 3 - - 0.50
TEP448H1: System Mapping S 2 - 2 0.50