The College of Engineering is pleased to offer its Master of Science in Engineering Management degree in a fully online, on-campus classroom, or hybrid-format. The Master of Science in Engineering Management is designed for students with undergraduate science, technology or engineering degrees who wish to pursue careers in technology-based ventures, and want to learn the management techniques necessary to drive and oversee technology development and implementation in organizations. This unique graduate degree has been jointly developed with the Fox School of Business and Management, with required and elective courses offered in both schools.
The program will give participants insights into the market and commercial factors that should be considered when developing new products or technologies, or introducing them into their organizations.
Along with the M.S. in Engineering Management, the College of Engineering offers a short-course Certificate program in Engineering Management which requires 9 credit hours.
The M.S. in Engineering Management requires 30 semester hours and can be completed on either a full-time or part-time basis. To be awarded the degree, students must complete 21 semester hours of required courses, with 13.5 semester hours taken in the College of Engineering and 7.5 semester hours taken in the Fox School of Business and Management. The remaining 9 semester hours will consist of elective courses taken from either school.
Required Core Courses (21 semester hours)
EMGT 5633 Management Principles for Innovators
EMGT 5631 Design Thinking
SGM 5117 New Venture Creation
SGM 5118 Innovation-Based Strategy
SGM 5122 Business Model Innovation
SGM 5126 Innovation Adoption and Diffusion
SGM 5124 Creative Problem Solving
EMGT 5632 New Product Development
EMGT 5636 Lean Six-Sigma and the Science of Improvement
EMGT 5635 Financial Management for Technologists
EMGT 5634 Project Management
Students can choose from a number of different elective courses, such as: Managing Strategic Alliances: Competing through Collaborations, Managing Knowledge Networks, Corporate Strategy: Managing Diversified Firms, and Strategy Implementation: Designing Organizations for Success.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
For applicants whose native language is not English, the TOEFL or IELTS exam is required with the following minimum scores: 79 on the internet-based TOEFL OR a 6.5 on the academic version of the IELTS.
Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended. Applicants presenting international credentials must provide transcripts/marksheets, and degree certificates or diplomas in their original language. Additionally, applicants must provide literal translations of these academic documents by an appropriate university or government official. All transcripts/marksheets, degree certificates, and diplomas must be sent directly from the post-secondary institution