Master of Science in Engineering Management - On Campus
The Master's in Engineering Management (MEM) is offered by the ISE Department in cooperation with the School of Business Administration. The program's goal is to provide the tools and skills necessary for making sound management decisions in industry and business while retaining one’s commitment to a specialized engineering field of endeavor.
The competitive advantage of our MEM program is its flexible curriculum. This flexibility provides students the ability to tailor the program to enhance their individual career needs.
Students select from a variety of courses in four key areas:
- Engineering Productivity Courses: select 2-3 courses from a list of 9 including Engineering Decision Analysis, Statistical Quality Analysis, and E-Commerce and ERP.
- Management Courses: select 4-5 courses from a list of 11 School of Business Administration courses including Financial Management, Organizational Behavior, and Legal Environment of Business.
- Engineering Specialty Courses: select any 2 courses from over 150 offered by any one of the school’s departments - Industrial and Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, or Computer Science and Engineering.
- Theory Course: select 1 course from a list of 6 including Statistical Methods in Engineering and Systems Optimization and Design.
Detailed information concerning MEM admissions, degree and course requirements as well as course descriptions can be found in the Graduate Catalog.
The MEM program is intended for students with a bachelor’s degree from any field of engineering - Industrial and Systems, Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Civil, etc. Applicants with an engineering technology, computer science, mathematics or science degree will be considered for admission, but may be required to take additional preparatory courses in engineering.
Many engineers working full-time enroll in the MEM program on a part-time basis since all courses are offered in the evening. Students may enter the program at any time of the year and begin their classes in either September, January or May due to the flexible nature of the course requirements.
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