Penn State’s Online Master of Engineering Management Degree
You’ve mastered your technical engineering skills. Now, prepare to provide leadership to your technical teams and projects by earning your Master of Engineering Management online through Penn State World Campus. Through this program, you’ll be able to blend your technical expertise with essential business and management skills to fulfill industry's need for business-savvy engineering managers.
If you have an undergraduate degree in engineering, mathematics, physics, or science, and have a minimum of three years of applicable work experience that demonstrates the skills required for managing complex engineering projects, products, and services in a typical engineering organization, this program is for you.
With this degree, you can prepare to move into an engineering management position with an engineering company or a more technically intensive role in a business environment. Plan now to lead, coordinate, and drive the direction of your next career move with an engineering management master’s degree earned online.
Why Engineering Management through Penn State World Campus?
Penn State's engineering programs have consistently ranked high among the leading engineering programs in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report. Our courses are taught by the same Penn State faculty who teach on campus and who have been specifically trained to teach online. And when you graduate, your diploma will be identical to the one earned by resident students.
Your Online Engineering Management Courses
This engineering management program employs a cohort-based approach to learning and instruction, which creates rich collaboration, interaction, integration of course material, and exchange of ideas between instructors and students.
The 33-credit curriculum comprises 11 courses that you will complete in continuous seven-week terms over a two-year period. Together, you and others in your cohort will study diverse but practical topics, such as creativity and problem solving, decision and risk, engineering management strategy, financial studies for engineering, organizational behavior, and technical project management.