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Master of Science in Engineering Management

The Engineering Management Program combines a practical business approach with an in-depth technical track and emphasizes how to manage people and complex projects. The aim of the program is to provide students with a basic and focused set of advanced business and management skills coupled with advanced skills in a specific technical area commensurate with student's interests and likely technical employment. The combination of these advanced skills and knowledge will help students assimilate and integrate practical technical experience for the management of technology-based enterprises or government functions. Although not required for participating in this program, it is expected that students are, or intend to be, employed in a technology-oriented enterprise or government program.

Master's in Engineering Management Learning Outcomes

By the end of this program, you will be able to:

MSc Engineering Management Program Requirements:

Students must complete 10 courses (30 credits) as follows:

Required Core Management Courses (12 credits):

Elective Management Courses (students choose two):

* Courses marked with an asterisk can be counted as either a management elective or technical elective.

Courses for Engineering and Information Technology Specializations

Before enrolling in any courses in Engineering, Computer Science, or Information Technology specializations, students should ensure that they meet the prerequisites for the course or receive permission from the course instructor. In addition, students should consult with the Engineering Management Graduate Program Director to ensure selected courses meet program requirements.

To achieve technical depth in a discipline, students are encouraged to take four courses from one of the following specializations. However, students may take courses from multiple specializations.

Click on each specialization for a sample list of courses and descriptions:



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