Engineering Management Master's Degree

Engineering Management Master's Degree


Coursework includes topics such as project management, corporate finance and business analysis, organizational behavior and ethics as well as systems engineering and decision models. The MSEM provides the necessary business intelligence to improve overall processes while understanding the human elements and legal implications of any engineering discipline.

The program is comprised of 45 credit hours (11courses) and builds upon the mathematical and analytical expertise gained from prior engineering education and/or professional experience.

MSEM Curriculum

  • EMG512    Systems Engineering
  • EMG532   Project Management
  • EMG514   Leadership
  • MAD511   Human Centered Thinking
  • EMG522   Quantitative Business Analysis
  • EMG534   Intellectual Property, Business Law & Entrepreneurship
  • EMG502   Emerging Technologies
  • EMG504   Corporate Finance
  • EMG544   Decision Models
  • EMG546   Engineering Professional Ethics
  • EMG556   Master’s Capstone Project (5 credits); OR
    • EMG557   Master’s Thesis (5 credits)
  • International Students
    • EMG591   Workplace Practicum I
    • EMG592   Workplace Practicum II
    • EMG593   Workplace Practicum III
    • EMG594   Workplace Practicum IV

Total Credit Hours = 45

All courses are 4 credits unless otherwise noted