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New York University Tandon School of Engineering    
 
    
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
2016-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletin (with addenda)

Course Descriptions


A Brief Guide to Course Descriptions

Each program described in this catalog contains detailed descriptions of the courses offered within the program.

The first line gives the official course number for which students must register and the official course title. The letters indicate the discipline of the course and the first number of the official course numbers indicates the level of the course. The levels are as follows:

  • 1XXX - Freshman Level
  • 2XXX - Sophomore Level
  • 3XXX - Junior Level
  • 4XXX - Senior Level
  • 5XXX to 9XXX - Graduate level

Typically the last number of the course number indicates the number of credits. The breakdown of periods of the course is also listed.

When selecting a course for registration, the section of the course may include the following notations:

  • “LEC” - lecture section
  • “RCT” or “RC” - recitation section
  • “LAB” or “LB” - lab section

Additionally, any other letter or digit listed in the section will further identify the section and being liked to another section of the class with the same letter and/or digit combination. Further information on sections is available from academic advisers during registration periods.

The paragraph description briefly indicates the contents and coverage of the course. A detailed course syllabus may be available by request from the office of the offering department.

“Prerequisites” are courses (or their equivalents) that must be completed before registering for the described course. “Co-requisites” are courses taken concurrently with the described course.

The notation “Also listed…” indicates that the course is also given under the number shown. This means that two or more departments or programs sponsor the described course and that students may register under either number, usually the one representing the student’s major program. Classes are jointly delivered.

 

Technology Management and Innovation

   •  MG-GY 9253 Technology Strategy, Structure and Decision Making
   •  MG-GY 9263 Strategic Marketing Seminar
   •  MG-GY 9273 Doctoral Seminar in Technology Adoption and Diffusion
   •  MG-GY 9283 Doctoral Seminar on Entrepreneurship
   •  MG-GY 9293 Seminar on Content Innovation
   •  MG-GY 9303 Advanced Topics—Organizational Behavior and Organizational Theory
   •  MG-GY 9313 Introduction to Behavioral Sciences
   •  MG-GY 9321 Special Topics
   •  MG-GY 9323 Special Topics
   •  MG-GY 9343 Research Project in Organizational Behavior
   •  MG-GY 9403 Business Research Methods
   •  MG-GY 9413 Quantitative Methods Seminar I
   •  MG-GY 9423 Quantitative Methods Seminar II
   •  MG-GY 9433 Qualitative Research Methods
   •  MG-GY 9501 eMOT Capstone-1
   •  MG-GY 9503 eMOT Capstone Project Course
   •  MG-GY 9511 eMOT Capstone-2
   •  MG-GY 9601 eIM Capstone-1
   •  MG-GY 9603 eIM Capstone Project Course
   •  MG-GY 9611 eIM Capstone-2
   •  MG-GY 9651 The Modern CIO: Challenges and Opportunities
   •  MG-GY 9683 Internship and Action Learning
   •  MG-GY 9691 The Modern Chief Information Security Officer: Challenges and Opportunities
   •  MG-GY 9703 Project in Strategy and Innovation
   •  MG-GY 9753 Selected Topics in Management
   •  MG-GY 9763 Readings in Management
   •  MG-GY 9771 Readings in Management
   •  MG-GY 9781 Selected Topics in Management
   •  MG-GY 9853 Selected Topics in Organizational Behavior
   •  MG-GY 9861 Readings in Organizational Behavior
   •  MG-GY 9873 Readings in Organizational Behavior
   •  MG-GY 9913 Independent Research
   •  MG-UY 1002 Foundations of Management
   •  MG-UY 2004 Management of Information Technology and Systems
   •  MG-UY 2014 Operations Management
   •  MG-UY 2104 Organizational Behavior
   •  MG-UY 2204 Financial Accounting
   •  MG-UY 2304 Marketing
   •  MG-UY 2524 Microeconomics
   •  MG-UY 3002 Project Management
   •  MG-UY 3024 Management of Data Communications and Networking
   •  MG-UY 3204 Introduction to Finance
   •  MG-UY 3214 Advanced Corporate Finance
   •  MG-UY 3304 Introduction to Supply Chain Management
   •  MG-UY 3404 Innovation Management
   •  MG-UY 4004 Management Strategy in Technology Sectors
   •  MG-UY 4014 Introduction to E-Business
   •  MG-UY 4111 Special Topics in Management (1 Cr)
   •  MG-UY 4112 Special Topics in Management (2 Cr)
   •  MG-UY 4113 Special Topics in Management (3 Cr)
   •  MG-UY 4114 Special Topics in Management (4 Cr)
   •  MG-UY 4204 Management Science
   •  MG-UY 4214 Financial Strategy
   •  MG-UY 4404 Entrepreneurship
   •  MG-UY 4504 Global Perspectives on Technology Management: A Capstone Project Course
   •  MG-UY 4514 Honors Capstone Project in Technology, Innovation and/or Information Management and Entrepreneurship I
   •  MG-UY 4524 Honors Capstone Project in Technology, Innovation and/or Information Management Or Entrepreneurship II
   •  MG-UY 4603 Technology Management-Internship and Service
   •  MG-UY 4904 BS Thesis in Business and Technology Management
   •  PL-UY 4052 Business Ethics

Manufacturing Engineering

Graduate Courses

The courses with MN designations below are followed by courses from other programs that commonly are taken by manufacturing engineering students.

   •  MN-GY 6113 Quality Control and Improvement
   •  MN-GY 6123 Quality Engineering Using Robust Design
   •  MN-GY 6303 Operations Management
   •  MN-GY 6323 Building High Performance Teams
   •  MN-GY 6513 Design Strategies
   •  MN-GY 7503 Introduction to Target Costing—Customer Driven Product Design
   •  MN-GY 7713 Product Realization Process
   •  MN-GY 7763 Manufacturing Resources Planning
   •  MN-GY 7853 Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems (CIMS)
   •  MN-GY 7873 Lean Manufacturing
   •  MN-GY 7883 Manufacturing Systems Engineering
   •  MN-GY 7893 Production Science
   •  MN-GY 7923 Design for Manufacturability
   •  MN-GY 7933 Environmental Health and Safety
   •  MN-GY 7943 Physical Design of Products
   •  MN-GY 7953 Basics of Supply Chain Operations Management
   •  MN-GY 7963 Electronics Systems Manufacturing
   •  MN-GY 7983 Supply Chain Infrastructure
   •  MN-GY 7993 Supply Chain Engineering
   •  MN-GY 8023 Thermal Design of Electronics System for Performance and Reliability
   •  MN-GY 8043 Thermal Issues in Manufacturing Processes
   •  MN-GY 8643 New Product Development
   •  MN-GY 8653 Managing Technological Change and Innovation
   •  MN-GY 9113 Selected Topics in Manufacturing Engineering I
   •  MN-GY 9123 Selected Topics in Manufacturing Engineering II
   •  MN-GY 9303 Readings in Manufacturing Engineering I
   •  MN-GY 9313 Readings in Manufacturing Engineering II
   •  MN-GY 9963 MS Report I
   •  MN-GY 9973 MS Report II

Materials Science

   •  ME-UY 2811 Materials Science Laboratory
   •  ME-UY 2813 Introduction to Materials Science
   •  MT-UY 4853 Manufacturing Engineering and Processes

Mathematics

   •  MA-GY 942X Reading in Mathematics II
   •  MA-GY 5024 ePoly: Fundamentals of Calculus 1
   •  MA-GY 5124 ePoly: Fundamentals of Calculus 2
   •  MA-GY 5313 Applied Mathematics in Engineering and Science I
   •  MA-GY 5323 Applied Mathematics in Engineering and Science II
   •  MA-GY 5413 Stringology: Mathematics of String Comparisons in Computational Biology
   •  MA-GY 6003 Elements of Discrete Mathematics
   •  MA-GY 6013 Applied Matrix Theory I
 

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