Designed for working professionals, the Master of Engineering Management degree allows students to combine coursework experiences with workplace challenges to acquire effective administration and management skills. The program is designed to prepare students for career advancement by studying topics including organizational structure and development, statistics, risk, process and economic analyses, project management, evaluation procedures, business theories and practice.
The 30 credit hour master's degree program combines advanced engineering and business management. Core courses are delivered online by faculty from the College of Engineering. Additional courses are provided online by the College of Business Administration’s MBA program faculty. The program is available 100% online.
Online Master Degree highlights:
•Accredited: Advance your career with a degree from a nationally accredited university
•Quality education: Same expert faculty teach the same courses on campus
•Experienced: UNL College of Engineering has offered distance learning for 25 years
•Flexible: Online courses that fit your schedule
•Accelerated: Five, 8-week modules offered per year
Who should consider this degree?
The graduate degree is designed for individuals who have at least one degree in engineering, or significant engineering practice and a degree in a related field. The non-thesis Master of Engineering is geared toward the working professional. You enhance your skill set and your employer benefits from a highly trained professional who will help lead them into the future. The program is ideal for:
•Civil, Electrical, Industrial and Mechanical Engineers who want to move into management positions.
•Professionals looking for effective administration and management skills for the engineering workplace.
•Full-time professionals who want flexible, online course schedules.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Chartered in 1869, UNL is an educational institution of international stature. Nebraska is listed by the Carnegie Foundation within the "Research Universities (very high research activity)" category. UNL is a land-grant university and a member of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU). UNL celebrated the 140th anniversary of its founding on Feb. 15, 2009.
Verification of English proficiency.