An explosion of technological advances is continually transforming the way we live and do business. Engineering managers have incredible opportunities to play a significant role in shaping the development of these technological advances, and the course of the societal transformation they are fueling. Through the countless strategic and operational decisions they make, engineering managers guide the development of technology in the production of goods and services that fulfill commercial and social needs. To be as effective as possible, they must possess both the engineering expertise to understand the technology they are managing, and the managerial skills to facilitate the efficient development of that technology. Their effectiveness is further enhanced when they can integrate these two competencies by bringing “a management perspective to the engineering problem and an engineering perspective to a management decision.” Read more
Cornell Engineering Management Program is a proud member of the Master of Engineering Management Program Consortiums (MEMPC).
Come learn about Cornell’s Master of Engineering (MEng) in Engineering Management Program, a unique program geared towards engineers who want to stay in a technological environment, but focus on managerial roles. This interactive session will provide information about the program background, structure, and admissions process. On-campus attendees can participate at 366 Hollister Hall, off campus attendees can participate through a virtual zoom session. Click here to R.S.V.P.