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2 New Mexico Tech MEM Peter C. Anselmo Warren J. Ostergren Intel 22 March 2006

3 Today’s Topics A Brief Overview of the Tech MEM Program Goals Offerings Implementation – how to apply now

4 Why? Serve Engineer and Applied Scientist population Economic Development in New Mexico Fit with NMT Mission and Strategic Plan

5 Strategic Issues Quality Content –Dedicated research faculty and support Quality Delivery –Dedicated DE group, live courses, student/participant interactions maximized Optimize the Challenge and Overall Participant Experience

6 Program Design Patterned after existing Programs –MIT, UM/Rolla, CSM Newer Programs –UT/Austin, Stanford Similar to some Systems Engineering and IE Programs –USC, UVa New Program - UCSD

7 Key Features of NMT MEM Emphasis on Computation and Analysis –NMT students expect to work Programming and Software Components –EMGT 502 features VBA/Excel Systems Approach –Curriculum content and view(s) of the firm Entrepreneurship Flavor –Unstructured Problems –We’re working on collaborations with UNM, NMSU

8 More Features Dedicated, Interdisciplinary Faculty –Everybody but 1 in MGT Dept has undergrad science and/or engineering degree –Engineers, Computer Scientists also teaching Research Connection –ICASA Currency Project –Other faculty research projects

9 Program 30 Credit Hours total –21 Core Hours Includes Capstone Org Entrepreneurship course –6 Hours of Electives Engineering electives actively encouraged 3-Hour Professional Project –Workplace application preferred –Professional paper and presentation required

10 Remote Site Delivery We have a self-imposed limit of 4 Virtual Classrooms –Includes 2 in Albuquerque Quality delivery issue We can stream to anywhere with a reasonable Net connection Tapes, DVDs available to anybody

11 Remote Site Delivery We teach each course live once per year – at least We also offer asynchronous delivery –Via nonlive stream –In “nonlive” semesters during designated times when instructors monitor the stream, answer questions, and enable audio discussions

12 Summer ’06 Offerings EMGT 503 (Core) – Information Systems in Technology Organizations One elective course EMGT 581 (Elective) – Directed Study EMGT 590 (Core) – Final Project

13 Fall ‘06 Offerings Fall ’05 – begins the week of 21 August –EMGT 501 – Mgt Science (Core) –EMGT 502 – Financial Management (C) –EMGT 506 – Managing Tech Resources (C) –EMGT 571 – Microeconomics (E) –EMGT 572 – New Product Development (E) –Other Engineering Electives available from other NMT Departments – Contact NMT Distance Ed office (835 6908) for details

14 Location, Location TVI – Probably the Workforce Training Center at Alameda and I25 Our current Albuquerque virtual classroom(s) location is next door at 901 University SE –Plenty of Parking –It’s working great Other options exist

15 1 FAQ Differences between NMT MEM and a MBA Content and Context are the two main difference areas

16 Content Differences More Analytical – we do math and modeling in many courses Modeling and Simulation focus 30 Hours vs 48 (or more) Project is a mini-thesis – not found in many MBA programs

17 Context Differences Targeted Audience – people with technical backgrounds moving into managerial positions Focus on projects instead of teams, though there are plenty of team projects Interdisciplinary faculty and focus

18 Outcomes Our working-engineer students are happy with what they are getting out of the program Our full-time population is too Students seeking employment are finding excellent jobs in competition with people from “top” MBA programs

19 Implementation We are ready when you are Admission applications up to class day 1 Information and paperwork from: –Wendi Carrillo,, 505 835 6908 –Karen Chavez, NMT Graduate Office, 505 835 5513

20 Implementation Apply as a Regular grad student Apply as a Special grad student –Regular status application should be done asap –This is for people who want to get started right away –Get admitted as a Regular before finishing 12 hours or having a total of 12 to transfer – including courses taken as a “Special”.

21 Contact Information Program Info: Peter Anselmo – Mgt Dept Chair and Program Director –; 505 835 5438 Wendi Carrillo –

22 Conclusion We think we have a very appropriate program for our participants and their respective organizations This type of program is the future – and we are ready to team with you to advance careers and the NM business climate.

23 Engineers and Applied Scientists We did a survey – –Respondents indicated that a quality program that could be done part-time was needed Responses to the program have ranged from positive to very enthusiastic among employers, current students, and alums Our program has a strong analytical flavor

24 Economic Development Issues Development of student cohorts that turn into local professional networks Development of entrepreneurial focus and critical business management skill sets within technology workforce Provision of another professional education alternative that will assist in retention of quality employees

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