Masters of Engineering Management Programs
The Master of Engineering in Engineering Management program uses a blend of ISE courses and courses from the College of Business to focus on the management of the engineering and technological enterprise.
Engineering management is a technically based management program for the engineering fields.
Penn State's online master of engineering management is a 33-credit interdisciplinary engineering degree.
The UB ISTL Master's Program is designed to train globally competitive graduates who are well rounded technically and managerially, and who intend to assume leadership positions in transportation and logistics.
Through this degree, great emphasis is placed on obtaining practical skills necessary for working in environmental management.
Aims to enable KFUPM to be a leader in the region in providing quality graduate programs in Science, Engineering and Management.
This is a specially designed Program for Human Resource Development of employees of Ashok Leyland, Chennai and Hosur only.
The degree requires a minimum of 36 credit hours at the graduate level. In addition, at least, one half of the course work ...
The M.S. program in Engineering Management is designed for those individuals who wish to advance their careers to decision making positions and who would like to attain the necessary knowledge and skills for success. Students in the program have the op...
Gain the industry-specific skills you need to advance your career on the management side of engineering.
Youngstown State University (YSU) is pleased to offer its online Master of Science in Engineering Degree.
The program combines technical courses across our college of engineering with management courses from our MBA program.
This degree prepares students to assume supervisory and managerial roles in technology-based businesses by mixing management and business theory with...
The OSU MSETM provides accessible career-enhancing educational opportunities to engineers, scientists and technical managers.
Includes core courses, elective courses and a structured research component.