The part-time Master of Science in Engineering Management is a 30 credit-hour program. All students are required to complete 28 credits of academic course work in the Engineering Management Program. In addition, students will be required to complete a two credit, semester long, capstone project that relates to their current job function. This program is designed to be completed in 24 months or less, depending upon one's individual circumstances.
As a student in the program, you will be exposed to the following:
- Critical Reasoning: Learn to manage people and projects in real-world models.
- Communication: Hone skills in managing business relationships and strategic negotiations.
- Global Perspectives: Compete globally by identifying the most desirable and sustainable solutions.
- Discipline-Specific Knowledge & Skills: Learn the latest developments in your field and see future potential in project management, quality management, & optimization methods.
- Cross-Disciplinary Knowledge & Skills: See how financial, legal, and marketing strategies can help engineering and innovation thrive.
The MSEM curriculum contains ten core courses along with a capstone project that is completed during the final semester of study. Courses include:
- Strategic Project Management
- Optimization Methods
- Organizational Strategy & International Competitiveness
- Cost Management
- Quality Management & Process Control
- Negotiations & Relationship Management
- Financial Management
- Environmental Sustainability & Risk Analysis
- Marketing Management for Innovation
- Business & Environmental Law
- Capstone Project
Click here for a tentative schedule for the September 2013 cohort
*Please note that classes may change at any time