Engineering Management

College
College of Engineering
Study Options
Full Time, Part Time, Online
Locations
Boston, Charlotte, Seattle
Website
Full Program Description

Engineering management is the art and science of planning, organizing, allocating resources, and directing and controlling activities that have a technological component. Engineering managers posses both an ability to apply engineering principles and a skill in organizing and directing technical projects and people in technical jobs. Approximately two-thirds of all engineers spend a substantial portion of their careers as managers, and this degree program develops and enhances their management skills.

College
College of Engineering
Study Options
Full Time, Part Time, Online
Locations
Boston, Charlotte, Seattle
Website
Full Program Description

The Master of Science in Engineering Management offers graduate students an opportunity to develop both the technical expertise and the business competence that is in high demand among prospective technology-based employers. Industry leaders are seeking qualified and talented individuals who are not only able to guide research and design teams, but also able to direct and supervise development and production processes. The combination of technical proficiency and business skills fostered in the Engineering Management Program provides a competitive edge for graduates seeking a wide range of positions in technology-based product or service industries, as well as in comparable local, state and federal programs.

This program offers a Graduate Certificate in Engineering Leadership.