This course covers many of the business, management, professional, and ethical subjects that architectural engineers and other infrastructure professionals may face during their careers such as legal issues; business organizational frameworks; personnel and diversity issues; business planning and decision making; marketing; scheduling; professional ethics; project and design cost issues (including engineering economics); information management; and technical presentation skills. The student develops communication skills and the ability to analyze management-related situations and create management-related documents.
School of Engineering and Computing
Architectural Engineering Technology (ARE)
3 hours of lecture per week