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College of Engineering

Department of Ceramics, Metallurgical and Mining Engineering

OBTL COURSE SYLLABUS

1. GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION:

Course No.: ES 92 B3 Credit: 3 units (3 hrs. lecture/week)

Course Title: Engineering Management Prerequisite: ES 91

Course Description: Study on the theories and principles of engineering management.

2. AIMS, OBJECTIVES, and GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES

2.1 Course aim:

The aim of the course is to expose the students to the many management principles practiced in the engineering profession. In particular, to develop
greater awareness on non-technical issues.

2.2 Learning/Course Outcomes

At the end of the course, the student should be able to:


Course Outcomes/Student Outcomes a b c d e f g h i j k l m
1. Describe the various management styles, responsibilities and tasks, and recognize the E E E E
business environment comprising organizational structure, legal and ethical
considerations
2. Describe management strategy formulation and decision making protocols E E E
3. Distinguish the different management functional areas E E E
4. Explain management skills such as leadership, motivation and team building E E E
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Legend: I – Introductory; E – enabling; D – demonstrative

2.3 Graduate Attributes/Program Outcomes

By the time of graduation, the students of the program shall be able to:
A ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve engineering problems;
B ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data;
ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic
C constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and
safety, manufacturability, and sustainability, in accordance with standards;
ability to function on multidisciplinary and multi-cultural teams in diverse fields of
D
practice;
E ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems;
F understanding of professional and ethical responsibility;
ability to communicate ideas, propositions, results and solutions preferably in English
G
language or in any appropriate medium easily understood by a target audience.
broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a
H
global, economic, environmental, and societal context;
I
recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning;
knowledge of contemporary issues in the context of the University’s diverse and multicultural
J
environment ;
ability to use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for
K
engineering practice;
knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles as a member
L
and leader in a team, and to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.
M inclination towards innovation and technopreneurship

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3.0 LEARNING RESOURCES

Text Book: 1. Mazda, Fraidoon, “Engineering Management”, Addison-Wesley, 1998.

References:
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4.0 TEACHING and LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Target Program Outcomes No. of Hours


Teaching and
(3 hours/ Assessment
Course Outcome LECTURE TOPICS Learning
group Tools
Activities
activities
1.1 Group 1 Group Report, Midterm and
D: Ability to function on  Management Levels Visible Quiz, Final exams,
multidisciplinary and multi-cultural  Management Styles Group and Case Group Report,
teams in diverse fields of practice; (E)  Management Responsibilities and Report- 110 Studies Visible Quiz
CO1: Describe Constraints min; Visible and Case
the various G: Ability to communicate ideas,  Management Tasks Quiz – 20 Studies
management propositions, results and solutions Case Study 2.2 (Group 3) min; Oral
styles, preferably in English language or in any Case Study 2.3 (Group 5) Case Study
responsibilities appropriate medium easily understood by 1.2 Group 2 Presentation
and tasks, and a target audience; (E)  Organization and Structure Defined – 20 min; and
recognize the  Hierarchical Structures Written Case
business L: knowledge and understanding of  Matrix Organization Study for
environment engineering and management principles
 Informal Organization submission at
comprising as a member and leader in a team, and to
 Organizational Change the end of the
organizational manage projects in multidisciplinary period – 30
structure, legal environments; (E) Case Study 3.2 (Group 8)
Case Study 3.3 (Group 9) min;
and ethical
considerations 1.3 Group 3
 Management Obligations

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Target Program Outcomes No. of Hours


Teaching and
(3 hours/ Assessment
Course Outcome LECTURE TOPICS Learning
group Tools
Activities
activities
 Social and Professional
Responsibilities
 Ethical Considerations (limited only to
Consumer and Environment Protection
and Employee Regulations on
Redundancy)
Case Study 4.2 (Group 2)
Case Study 4.3 (Group 4)
D: Ability to function on 2.1 Group 4
multidisciplinary and multi-cultural  Elements of Corporate Strategy
teams in diverse fields of practice; (E)  Strategy Formulation Process
CO2: Describe  Alliances, Acquisitions and Joint
management F: Understanding of professional and Ventures
strategy ethical responsibility; (E)  Strategy formulation tools and
formulation and techniques
decision making G: Ability to communicate ideas,  Plan implementation
protocols propositions, results and solutions Case Study 5.1 (Group 5)
preferably in English language or in any Case Study 5.3 (Group 1)
appropriate medium easily understood by 2.2 Group 5
a target audience; (E)  Management Decisions
 Decision-Making Process
L: knowledge and understanding of
 Information Presentation
engineering and management principles
 Other Statistical Tools
as a member and leader in a team, and to
Case Study 6.2 (Group 6)
manage projects in multidisciplinary
Case Study 6.4 (Group 7)
environments; (E)

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Target Program Outcomes No. of Hours


Teaching and
(3 hours/ Assessment
Course Outcome LECTURE TOPICS Learning
group Tools
Activities
activities

MIDTERM EXAM
D: Ability to function on 3.1 Group 6 (Finance)
multidisciplinary and multi-cultural  Basics
teams in diverse fields of practice; (E)  Financial Accounts (Balance Sheet,
Profit and Loss, Depreciation)
CO3: Distinguish G: Ability to communicate ideas,  Profitability
the different propositions, results and solutions  Budgets and Controls
management preferably in English language or in any Case Study 10.1 (Group 9)
functional areas appropriate medium easily understood by Case Study 10.2 (Group 11)
a target audience; (E) 3.2 Group 7 (Manufacturing)
 Manufacturing Environment
L: knowledge and understanding of  Experience Curve
engineering and management principles  Manufacturing Technology
as a member and leader in a team, and to
 Logistics
manage projects in multidisciplinary
 Design for Manufacture
environments; (E)
 Information Technology
Case Study 14.2 (Group 1)
Case Study 14.3 (Group 6)
3.3 Group 8 (Quality)
 Quality Organization
 Concept of Quality
 Quality Shield
 Quality-cost balance

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Target Program Outcomes No. of Hours


Teaching and
(3 hours/ Assessment
Course Outcome LECTURE TOPICS Learning
group Tools
Activities
activities

 Statistical Process Control


 Quality management systems
Case Study 3.4 (Group 11)
Search and have it approved (Group
10)
3.4 Group 9 (Marketing)
 What is marketing?
 Marketing’s role
 Marketing organization
 Marketing mix
 Markets and products
 Defining a market segment
 Segmentation methods
Case Study 15.1 (Group 4)
Case Study 15.3 (Group 2)
D: Ability to function on 4.1 Group 10 (Leadership and Motivation)
multidisciplinary and multi-cultural  Nature of leadership
teams in diverse fields of practice; (E)  Leadership theories
 Delegation
CO4: Explain G: Ability to communicate ideas,  Defining motivation
management propositions, results and solutions  Motivational theories
skills such as preferably in English language or in any  Defining needs
leadership, appropriate medium easily understood by  Motivation techniques
motivation and a target audience; (E) Case Study 17.3 (Group 7)
team building
Case Study 17.5 (Group 3)

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Target Program Outcomes No. of Hours


Teaching and
(3 hours/ Assessment
Course Outcome LECTURE TOPICS Learning
group Tools
Activities
activities
L: knowledge and understanding of 4.2 Group 11 (Team building)
engineering and management principles  Defining an effective team
as a member and leader in a team, and to  Recruiting team members
manage projects in multidisciplinary  Building teams
environments; (E)  Managing for results
 Training and development
 The HR function
Case Study 18.1 (Group 10)
Case Study 18.4 ( Group 8)
FINAL EXAM
Important: Above outline is subject to changes depending on the overall performance of the class and the time actually required to cover the most important
topics.

5. CLASS REQUIREMENTS:
A. Midterm exam – (20%), Final Exam (20%), and Individual Performance and Group Coordination in Group Report (20%)
B. Visible Quiz (20%) and Case Studies (20%); Individual score of Visible Quiz and Case Studies shall be computed by multiplying the
total score of the group by the average rating of other group members on the individual (each shall rate other members of the group with
a rating of 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% at the end of the semester)
C. Passing grade point: 60 = 3.0
D. Condition for INC grade: 1 exam missed (1 long exam or final exam) , provided further that the class standing is passing at the end of the
term
E. LAST DAY for Official Dropping of courses: as scheduled by the Registrar

100 95.556 1.0


95.555 91.110 1.25

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Grade equivalences: 91.109 86.665 1.5


86.664 82.219 1.75
82.218 77.774 2.0
77.773 73.328 2.25
73.327 68.883 2.5
68.882 64.437 2.75
64.436 59.992 3.0
59.991 0.000 5.0

5. COURSE EVALUATION: Sometime at the end of the semester, a course evaluation will be conducted. This could also be administered simultaneously
with the Teaching Efficiency Rating.

6. CONSULTATION - - - - - ( at least 10 h per week, please refer to the schedule posted in the Department)

7. FACULTY: Mercurio I. Espenido

Prepared by:

Mercurio I. Espenido
Faculty Member

Approved by:

Mercurio I. Espenido

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Chair, Ceramics/Metallurgical/Mining Eng’g Department

Atty. Edgar Alan A. Donasco


Dean, College of Engineering

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