The 33-credit interdisciplinary Master of Engineering Management curriculum provides engineers with business and management perspectives as well as problem-solving skills. The curriculum was designed to help enhance your capability to manage major projects, business initiatives, policies, and other activities in both the public and private sectors.
Core course topics include:
Creativity and Problem Solving
Decision and Risk
Engineering Management Science
Engineering Management Strategy
Financial Studies for Engineering
Technical Project Management
Complete Your Engineering Degree in Two Years
This degree consists of 11 courses which you will complete in continuous seven-week terms over a two-year period. Your course work is designed so that you can continue to work full-time while earning your master's degree. Maximum flexibility is maintained by the program in an effort to meet both the professional needs of individual students and academic quality standards.
Interact, Engage, Collaborate
Like our online systems and software engineering degree programs, the Master of Engineering Management program uses a cohort-based approach to learning and instruction. Over the years, we've found this approach creates a richer collaboration between instructors and students. Drawing on your own and the experience and knowledge of other students in your cohort, you will interact and exchange ideas as you move through your coursework, allowing for greater integration of course material.
Add a Graduate Minor in Engineering Leadership and Innovation Management
Students pursuing the Master of Engineering Management degree can customize this program to earn a Graduate Minor in Engineering Leadership and Innovation Management (ELIM) without taking on additional credits. To enroll in the ELIM Minor, students will need to complete the Request to Add a Graduate Minor form prior to their second semester and submit it to the MEM program office.
The Engineering Leadership and Innovation Management minor can provide professionals with knowledge and skills in the key aspects of engineering business. For more information on the graduate minor, review the ELIM Minor Course List or contact the ELIM program office.