The MS degree program in Engineering Management is designed to build both technical competence and business acumen. The program builds understanding and skills critical to the support of fast-to-market strategies, which also guarantee product quality and cost minimization. A systematic analytical framework is developed and coupled with tools for managing the engineering and technical functions within manufacturing-based companies.
This cross-disciplinary program draws from the expertise of the School of Engineering (SEN) and School of Business & Economics (SBE), and develops the engineering leader who is responsible for designing and implementing strategies to successfully compete in the 21st century.
Graduates will be able to:
- Model, analyze and control design and production activities
- Understand the impact of quality, cost and timeliness metrics on engineering processes
- Perform data analysis and optimization for decision making
- Develop business cases for justifying process, organizational and technological projects
- Support for systems engineering and project management
- Communicate effectively (written, verbal and presentation) across all levels in the enterprise
The mission of the graduate Program in Engineering Management is to educate our students for leadership positions in a broad spectrum of employment including: Manufacturing, Quality Management, Supply chain management, Health Care, Banking, Information Management, and related disciplines. Engineering management is always evergreen in terms of scope and job prospects.