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Master of Engineering Management

The Master of Engineering Management program allows new engineering graduates to explore the possibilities offered by advancing technology through strategic business practices. Seasoned employees who are looking to add a second skillset to their engineering portfolio would also do well in this degree program. It features two specialty tracks—project management or product design and development. Both will provide students with an accelerated pathway to management positions within engineering-based industries.

The Master of Engineering Management requires a minimum of 30 credit hours. Students must take 12 credit hours from the below list of core courses. Students must also take 3 credit hours of a Project-based course with project report. In addition, students must choose one of the following specializations: (a) Project Management, or (b) Product Design & Development. Students are required to take 9 credit hours in their chosen specialization. The remaining 9 credit hours are electives and may be selected from the below list of elective courses. 

Course Requirements

Core Courses

Students must take the following four courses for a total of 12 credits.

EMGT 470 Project Management (Fall)
CAE 574 Economic Decision Analysis in Engineering (Fall)
CAE 575 Systems Analysis in Engineering (Fall)
CAE 523 Statistical Analysis of Engineering Data (Spring)

Project-Based Course with Report

Students must take 3 credits of ENGR 597 – Special Topics in Engineering Management.

Specializations

Students are required to take 9 credits in their chosen specialization out of the courses listed below.

Project Management Specialization

BUS 510  Building an Innovative and Sustainable Business (Fall)
BUS 550  Business Analytics for Competitive Advantage (Fall)
CAE 473  Contract Administration (Spring and Summer)
CAE 570 Legal Issues in Engineering (Fall)
CAE 568 Transportation Asset Management
CHE 506 Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property Management (Fall and Spring)
CHE 543 Energy, Environment, and Economics (Fall and Spring)
INTM 511 Industrial Leadership (Fall)
MBA 523 Negotiations and Strategic Decision Making (Summer)
MMAE 560 or CHE 560 Statistical Quality and Process Control (both Spring)
MMAE 589 Applicability of Reliability Engineering I (Fall)
MMAE 590 Applications in Reliability Engineering I (Spring)

Product Design & Development Specialization

BUS 472 New Product Development (Spring)
BUS 510 Building an Innovative and Sustainable Business (Fall)
CAE 515 Building Information Modeling Applications for Building Performance (Fall)
CHE 541 Renewable Energy Technologies (Fall)
EG 430 Introduction to Building Information Modeling (Spring and Summer)
ECE 505 Applied Optimization for Engineers (Fall)
EMGT 406 Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property Management (Fall)
MBA 576 Creating and Financing New Technology Ventures (Fall)
MMAE 522 Nuclear, Fossil-Fuel, and Sustainable Energy Systems
MMAE 534 Product Design and Innovation
MMAE 545 Advanced CAD/CAM (Spring)
MMAE 546 Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (Fall)
MMAE 547 Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technologies (Spring)

Electives

Students must select 6 additional credits in any 500-level engineering course (BME, CHE, CAE, ECE, EG, ENVE, MMAE) with advisor approval.