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The Master of Engineering degree program offers an area of study in Engineering Management.
Industry seeks individuals who can "LEAD" successful business units, portfolios, programs, and projects including new product development and introduction. To be successful one must couple a foundation of solid analytical skills with a leadership/management style that stimulates collaboration. This interdisciplinary masters degree does just that:
This interdisciplinary blend of engineering and business allows the masters student to remain technically astute while adding the management component. With this engineering focus, the Master of Engineering with an area of study in Engineering Management is quite different from an MBA.
The MEng is designed for working professionals and delivered entirely online to meet the unique needs of professional engineers. It is a practice-oriented degree.
Students seeking admission into the program must hold a bachelor of science in engineering, science or math and have taken a calculus sequence while pursuing their B.S, and have completed an undergraduate calculus-based probability and statistics course.
Students must complete a total of 30 credit hours equaling 10 courses to earn a Master of Engineering degree.
A culminating final report is required for a practice-oriented capstone experience that will be identified by the student's advisory committee. Additional requirements may exist for some academic units in terms of prerequisites.
Depending on the focus area and the course selection, the MEng with an area of study in EM graduate student could also apply and receive a Graduate Certificate Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
Select three (3) of the following Industrial Engineering Methods Courses:
Select four (4) of the following Engineering Management Core Courses:
Select two (2) electives from one area. Below are examples of possible electives.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship:
Quality and Reliability:
^IEE 512 may be used as an Industrial Engineering Methods course if the option to complete another IEM course is not available to the student.
* Students may select IEE505 OR IEE506. Students may not complete both as they considered duplicative.
**Required courses must be selected for students pursuing the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
Select one (1) capstone experience.
Please note that students interested in pursuing the Graduate Certificate - Lean Six Sigma Black Belt must meet the admissions requirements for that certificate program and must separately apply to that program.