Technology Management (TM)
TM 482 Project Engineering
Modern project engineering techniques for planning, scheduling, and controlling typical engineering and construction projects; linear programming and other optimization techniques as applied to resource allocation; microcomputer applications are emphasized and appropriate software used throughout the course.
Prereq: STAT 251, STAT 301, or Equivalent, and Senior standing or Permission. A minimum grade of 'C' or better is required for all pre/coreqs.
TM 500 Master's Research and Thesis
TM 501 (s) Seminar
TM 502 (s) Directed Study
TM 504 (s) Special Topics
TM 505 (s) Professional Development
TM 510 Engineering and Technology Management Fundamentals
Cross-listed with EM 510.
Fundamental principles of engineering management addressing management theory applied to the engineering environment; management processes and techniques; attitudes that facilitate the leadership role of the engineering manager in an engineering organization; team-taught by business and engineering faculty.
TM 513 Nuclear Criticality Safety
Cross-listed with NE 535.
Nuclear criticality safety including nuclear physics, fusion and neutron multiplication, moderation and reflection of neutrons, criticality issues in the fuel cycle, critical experiments and sub-critical limits, calculations of criticality, nuclear criticality safety practices, emergency procedures, and nuclear regulations and standards.
Prereq: NE 450 or Permission.
TM 514 Nuclear Safety
Cross-listed with NE 514. An in-depth technical study of safety issues within the nuclear fuel cycle and within various reactor types. Evaluation methods, system disturbances, safety criteria, containment, NRC licensing, and codes for safety analysis will be presented. Case studies of reactor accidents and corrective measures included.
TM 515 (s) Advanced Topics in Engineering Management
2-9 credits, max 9
Advanced topics in Engineering Management and Technology Management.
Prereq: Instructor Permission.
TM 516 Nuclear Rules and Regulations
Cross-listed with NE 516.
An in-depth examination of nuclear regulatory agencies; major nuclear legislation; current radiation protection standards and organizational responsibility for their implementation.
TM 517 Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Fundamentals
This course provides an introduction to the policy, strategy, and practical application of critical infrastructure security and resilience from an all-hazards perspective. It describes the strategic context presented by the 21st century, and discusses the challenges and opportunities associated with public-private partnerships in infrastructure protection, risk analysis and mitigation, and incident response.
TM 525 Emergency Management and Planning
A study of the basic principles in emergency management and planning in the United States. This course is not directed at any particular type of hazard, but the processes and considerations of planning for all-hazards along with the basics of generic protective actions and the planning concepts supporting effective protective action recommendations.
TM 526 Community Emergency Planning
A study of the theory and practice of community emergency planning. The Citizen Corps, Principles of Emergency Planning, and CERT programs will be studied. Cases are studied in order to assist students in understanding the management and leadership complexity associated with modern emergencies and disasters. Recommended Preparation: TM 525.
TM 528 Accident Investigation
In-depth examination and implementation of system safety concepts, principles, and methods; development of skills in accident investigation, audit and appraisal, operational readiness, and system safety analysis and review. Recommended Preparation: INDT 442.
TM 529 Risk Assessment
Cross-listed with NE 529.
In-depth evaluation and analysis techniques used to determine the risk of industrial, process, nuclear, and aviation industries; fault tree analysis; human reliability analysis; failure mode and effect analysis.
TM 533 Chemical Hazards
Emergency responders can encounter a wide range of chemical hazards. Topics include information on interpreting hazardous chemical labels and Material Safety Data Sheets and the relationship between those two methods of hazard communication. Acute and chronic effects of hazardous chemicals to which responders may be exposed will be discussed. Recommended Preparation: TM 525.
TM 534 Biological Hazards
Emergency responders can encounter a wide range of biological hazards. The objectives of this course are to understand the nature of biological hazards and how to control them. The biological hazards to be discussed are Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi/Molds, Protozoa, Prions – infectious proteins, Biological Toxins. Recommended Preparation: TM 525.
TM 535 Radiation Detection and Measurement
Cross-listed with NE 554.
Radiation transport and shielding concepts. Methods for quantifying attenuation of nuclear particles and electromagnetic radiation. Radiation detection methods, data acquisition and processing.
Prereq: MATH 310 or Permission.
TM 552 Industrial Ergonomics
A course designed to focus on work design and ergonomics in occupational settings. Specific attention will be focused on introducing the terminology and the techniques used in work design, and on the fundamental concepts embodied in industrial ergonomics. (Summer only)
TM 596 Capstone Integration
Capstone integration of degree material in Technology Management and comprehensive final exam.
Prereq: Advisor or Major Professor Permission.
TM 599 (s) Non-thesis Master's Research
Research not directly related to a thesis or dissertation.