UTC Engineering Management graduate student Brent Bettis is making progress with a U.S. Air Force project. Bettis is serving as lead test and security engineer as part of his duties as an associate with Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.,a strategy and technology consulting firm with 95 years of experience offering services in strategy, operations, organization, information technology, systems engineering and program management. The company of 20,000 employees generates annual revenue of over $4 billion.
“Brent has thanked the faculty in the Engineering Management Program at the University for preparing him to do this work for the Air Force,” said Dr. Neslihan Alp, Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, UC Foundation Professor and Head of Engineering Management & Technology Programs.
Details of Bettis’ work are available at http://gcn.com/articles/2009/08/31/update1-eglin-ipv6-lessons-learned.aspx
The UTC master of science degree in engineering management is designed for students with engineering or science backgrounds and addresses such topics as engineering economics, quality control and management, project management, and strategic management. The program is available 100 percent on line, enabling students to take courses at times and places that fit their schedules. Read more at http://www.utc.edu/EngineeringManagement