Master of Science in Engineering Management
Prepare yourself for today’s competitive, global, and technical environment with engineering management principles.
The Master of Science in Engineering Management program (M.S.) is designed to bring the benefits of modern technology and high quality graduate-level instruction to engineers/scientists/technologists interested in furthering their skills in engineering management with specialization in any of the following areas:
- Project/program management, to become effective project/program managers
- Enterprise architecture education to become an expert in technology-oriented enterprise architectures and executing decisions in technological and scientific organizations
- Systems management expert related to the life cycle of systems including definition, development, deployment, and decommissioning
- Certified Lean Six Sigma programs for improving enterprise excellence
- Technology Management experts to manage and lead technology in global marketplace
These engineering management degree programs offer practical business perspectives necessary for engineering management. Unlike traditional MBA programs, these programs emphasize required management skills that are specifically built on the students' technical backgrounds and experience. The custom-designed mix of management concepts and technical expertise will help prepare professionals to direct major public and private organizations in the increasingly complicated managerial environment of today's competitive global, technical environment. In this program, engineering management principles are broadly based and draw from many different disciplines such as: applied sciences, engineering, natural sciences, mathematics, economics, business, and social sciences. Relevance to the real-world engineering management leadership has become a highly sought skill in today's competitive global technological marketplace. It is now a well-recognized profession in most industries. Within this curriculum are the following areas of specializations: project/program management, systems engineering, technology management, and enterprise architecture. These four specializations provide a broad perspective of engineering management careers that are of current interest and need.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate quantitative analytical and critical thinking skills and techniques to manage projects, and processes (products and services).
- Examine a multidisciplinary approach involving the integration of engineering, management, quality and risk analysis in projects, and processes (products and services).
- Identify, prioritize and select relevant solutions in solving complex engineering problems and processes.
- Assess tools and techniques, resources, organizational systems, and decision making processes for the successful management of projects and processes (products and services).
- Apply global mindset and a detailed knowledge of business environments in engineering management solutions.
- Demonstrate organizational and team skills needed to manage projects and processes.
- Communicate graduate level oral and writing skills.
- Demonstrate professional and ethical responsibility.
- MGT 309C Prin. of Mgmt & Organizations
- CSC 220 Applied Probability & Stats.
- MNS 205 Intro to Quantitative Methods
- ENM 600 Engineering Mgmt Concepts
- ENM 601 Project Management Principles
- ENM 602 Risk, Contracts, and Legal Iss
- PME 602 Skills Management
- ENM 604 Quality Management
- TMG 610 Global Trends in Technology
- ENM 607A Capstone Course I
- ENM 607B Capstone Course II
- ENM 603 Operation Management