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Fall 2019 Enterprise Registration

Registration for Fall 2019 opens next week. The following Enterprise course modules will be offered for the Fall 2019 semester and can be found in Banweb:

ENT2961 Teaming in the Enterprise (2 sections)
ENT2962 Communication Contexts
ENT3953 Ideate, Innovate, Create!
ENT3954 Enterprise Market Principles
ENT3956 Industrial Health and Safety
ENT3959 Fundamentals of Six Sigma
ENT3961 Enterprise Strategic Leadership
ENT3964 Project Management (online)
ENT3979 Alternative Energy Technology
ENT3982 Continuous Improvement Using Lean Principles

Review the undergraduate catalog for course descriptions.

1. Per Enterprise Program policy, ENT course modules must have a minimum enrollment of 10 students in order to be taught; courses that do not reach the minimum enrollment may be canceled. If so, affected students will be notified prior to the start of the semester.

2. ENT2961 (2 credits) & ENT2962 (1 credit) are approved on the Restricted HASS list. Please see your academic advisor for more details on applying these toward your degree.


Fall 2016 Registration: Enterprise Course Offerings

The following Enterprise courses are being offered for Fall 2o16. New courses are indicated with (*).

ENT2961 Teaming in the Enterprise: Develops group problem-solving skills. Stresses interpersonal skills and skill assessment, communication, group process and teamwork, and action planning. Uses active, hands-on learning.

*ENT3953 Ideate, Innovate, Create!: Whether starting a business or working for an established company, creativity and innovation are keys to success. Course will explore creativity tools and techniques such as design thinking and human centered design to help generate ideas that provide value to society.

ENT3954 Enterprise Market Principles: Examines the fundamental principles of marketing in the six stages of product life cycle (opportunity identification, product development, introduction, growth, maturity, and decline).

ENT3956 Industrial Health and Safety: Instruction of health and safety in engineering practice. Integrates the study of health and safety regulations, risks, and potential for improvement. Also covers the tremendous financial, ethical, and public relations implications of disregarding this critical aspect of engineering.

ENT3958 Ethics in Engineering Design/Implementation: The focus of this course is on ethical considerations in the engineering design and implementation process. Basic ethical analysis tools will be explored through various exercises. Students will analyze and present life engineering ethics case studies. 

ENT3959 Fundamentals of Six Sigma I: This course introduces tools used for process improvement focusing on the DMAIC approach used widely in industry today. 

*ENT3963 Explore, Develop, Execute! (formerly Technology Commercialization): If you have an idea that you believe addresses a need and could lead to commercialization, this course will help you to explore the path from idea to market through customer development, value assessment, business model planning, and execution.

ENT3964 Project Management: Project definition, developing a work breakdown structure, responsibility assignment and milestone development. Covers techniques for project scheduling and practical application of Gannt and PERT/CPM charts; resource management and application of critical chain method; project budgeting and cost estimation; project monitoring, control, evaluation, and termination; and project teams, their structure, and interactions. 

*ENT3979 Alternative Energy Technology: This course covers a wide range of alternative energy technologies with an emphasis on chemical and biochemical processing. Technologies covered may include biofuels, solar power, fuel cells, etc. 

*ENT3982 Continuous Improvement Lean Principles: Fields from engineering through the social sciences are adopting continuous improvement using Lean principles to make their organizations successful. The evolution of these principles and the associated processes, methods, and tools are described and applied. 

*ENT3987 Naval Systems and Platforms: Learn how system engineering is used throughout the product lifecycle. Semi/fully autonomous ocean sensors and sensing platforms are developed and explored. Course provides both theatrical and hands-on learning. Laboratories develop experience in operating sensors/sensor packages, in oceanographic applications. 

*ENT4954 Global Competition: Emphasizes unique economic, market, and political risks faced by organizations as operations expand beyond domestic borders. Discusses establishing risk profiles to analyze new labor, product, capital markets on a global scale and appropriate market entry strategies. Small teams will do a risk profile and recommend market entry strategies for selected countries.