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Engineering Management (M.S.)

Use your engineering, math or science degree to transition to leadership and management.

If you have an engineering, math or science degree and are ready to transition to a leadership or management position, the M.S. degree in engineering management is for you. Enhance your technical skills while developing your management skills as you study organizational behavior, systems engineering, engineering economy, computer simulation modeling, decision making and operations research.  Tailor this program to your interests.

The program of study prepares the practicing engineer to manage engineering activities in industry, government, business, and military.   After learning course methodologies in statistics, operations research and simulation, and practicing these methodologies by using data and current analytical tools to solve real-world problems, you will be able to model, analyze, and make the difficult decisions required of engineering leaders.

Most courses are simulcast (offered in the classroom at the same time as they are offered via distance learning over the Internet) at 11:30 a.m., 4:30 p.m., and 6:00 p.m.  These classes meet twice per week, typically Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday.  Nearly every course is live in the classroom, live on the Internet and recorded for future reference by you.