Department Of Management Sciences

Graduate

Introduction

The ongoing globalization has significantly influenced sustainability, health and environmental protection; Capital structures are often seeking for new breed of managers capable of handling management risks and enabling organizations meet their objectives. To serve this need, GIK Institute of Engineering Sciences & Technology offers Masters in Engineering Management (MEM) degree program which is geared towards helping engineers / technologists to develop planning, decision making and managerial skills parallel with advanced technical knowledge leaning. The course outline intends to bridge accredited engineering programs with the managerial skills needed to provide engineering leadership in today’s multi-disciplinary business environments. The program primarily focuses upon dilemma of leadership situations and delivering adequate organization & business skills.

The program makes business sense, and if you are up for building skills that may enable you to manage teams, projects and lead organization the program is structured to serve your professional needs. 

The Best of Business and Engineering

The program will:

  • Combine professional engineering practice with core business and management subject.
  • The MEM degree offers the practical business perspective needed by technical managers as well as comprehensive quantitative and analytical tools.
  • Unlike a traditional MBA program, the MEM Program highlights skills that are specifically required in technology-based organizations.
Course Work

MS degree in Interfaculty Engineering Management Program will be based on 7 – 8 courses from the list given below. Three courses are mandatory from the core requirement, while remaining can be selected based on the field of specialization in research topic for MS thesis.

Degree Programs

Core Courses

Course Code Course Title
EM501 Engineering Management
EM531  Finance and Accounting for Engineers
EM511  Manufacturing Technology
EN537 Energy Conservation and Management

Technical Electives

Course Code Course Title
EN521/MM581 Industrial Safety
EN561/..541 Environmental Engineering
EN572/..513 Thermal and Nuclear Power Plants

Management Electives

Course Code Course Title
EM521 Quality Management
EM522 Operations Management
EM524 Marketing Management

General Electives

Course Code Course Title
EN551/EM502 Sustainable Development
EM503 Corporate Governance
CORE COURSES

EM501 Engineering Management                                                                           (3-0-3)
Management principles, Managers and Managing, History of management, Scientific Management, The environment of management, Planning process and strategic management, Managerial decision making, Leadership,  Motivation, Organizational communication, Human resources management, Controlling, Promoting innovation and entrepreneurship

EM531 Finance and Accounting for Engineers                                                     (3-0-3)
Financial accounting objectives, Recording business transaction, Measuring business income, The accounting cycle, Measuring the cost of plant assets, Depreciation, Financial statement analysis, Job costing, Process costing, ABC costing, The master budget and responsibility accounting, Time value of money, Capital budgeting.

EN 537 Energy Conservation and Management                                                    (3-0-3)
Energy Auditing, Energy Bills. Energy management in thermal and electric utilities including HVAC, Steam generation and distribution, Compressor and compressed air systems, Fans and Blowers, Pumps and pumping systems, Cooling towers, Insulation, power generation, Lighting, Cogeneration, Furnaces and refractory, waste heat recovery etc.

EM 511 Manufacturing Technology                                                                       (3-0-3)

TECHNICAL ELECTIVES

EN 521 Industrial Safety                                                                                          (3-0-3)
Accidental prevention, Ergonomics and protective equipment, Fire prevention and control, Concept of total loss control.

EN 561 Environmental Engineering                                                                       (3-0-3)
Combustion & air pollution (ozone, urban smogs, acid rains), Industrial emissions (flu ash, flue gasses, particulate matters, smoke, soot), agro chemicals land & water pollution, transportation pollution, domestic & industrial waste water treatment (primary, secondary & tertiary), solid waste management (incerators), role of catalysis in environmental engineering, nuclear waste management, energy conservation technologies, Heating, ventilation & air conditioning (HVAC) related environmental issues, Green technologies & renewable energies, environmental impact analysis, policies and regulations, resource depletion and substitution, three Rs: reduce, reuse & recycle.

EN-572 Thermal and Nuclear Power Plants                                                           (3-0-3)
Thermal power plant environment impact assessment, Thermal power plants operation (fuel type, thermodynamics), Gas Turbine Materials and Technology, Compressor, Turbine, Burners, Combustion Chambers, Combustion chemistry, Generators and auxiliary systems (Heat transfer & Gear assemblies), Power plants control and instrumentation, Water treatment for steam generation, cooling towers, Nuclear energy history and importance, Fission, Fusion & Nuclear Reactions, Reactor components and their characteristics, Introduction to fast and fusion reactor systems, Reprocessing of irradiated fuel, Process waste disposal & Radiation hazards, Interaction of radiation with matter, Neutron sources; Neutron detection techniques and neutron spectroscopy, Control rods, Materials for Nuclear power plants, Nuclear power plants, Design and Construction, Safety of nuclear plants, Plant safety & maintenance, Radiation control and safety.

MANAGEMENT ELECTIVES

EM521 Marketing Principles                                                                                    (3-0-3)
Concept and history of marketing, Marketing process, Four Ps, Company analysis, Competitor analysis, Customer analysis, Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning, Product, Services and Branding strategies, Pricing, Integrated marketing communication, Channels of distribution.

EM522 Operations Management                                                                             (3-0-3)
Introduction to Operations Management, Process Analysis, Constraint Management, Product design, Process Strategy, Operations Strategy, Quality Management, Lean Management, Supply Chain and Inventory analysis, Forecasting, Resource planning, Scheduling.

EM521 Quality Management                                                                                    (3-0-3)
TQM Framework, The Deming Philosophy of TQM, Juran Trilogy; PDSA Cycle, Supplier Partnership, Benchmarking, Quality Management Systems, Quality Function Deployment (QFD), Six Sigma, Total Productive Maintenance, Environmental Management Systems (EMS): ISO 14001 Integrating ISO 14000 with ISQ 9000; Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), Products Liability, Experimental Design, t-tests, F Tests, Orthogonal Design, Point and Interval Estimate, Two Factors; Taguchi’s Quality Engineering, Orthogonal Arrays, Signal to Noise (S/N) Ratio, Parameter Design, Tolerance Design, Taguchi’s Latest thinking.

GENERAL ELECTIVES

EN 551 Sustainable Development                                                                             (3-0-3)
What is development? Concept of sustainable development, MDGs in Pakistan, Agriculture, Nutrition, Interrelationship of economics, trade, policy and development, role of technology and engineering in development, energy and development, policy and migration, community participation, climate change and energy crisis, health, ethics, management for development.

EM503 Corporate Governance                                                                                 (3-0-3)
Corporations and Corporate Governance, Systems of CG, International Environment for Corporate Governance, Corporate Governance Framework, The Board of Directors, Shareholders and Shareholder Activism, Executive and Non-Executive Compensation and Incentives, Financial Controls, Auditing & Disclosure, Corporate Takeovers: Mergers & Acquisitions, Risk Management, Role of Financial Institutions in Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility.