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Why Engineering Management?

The Cornell Master in Engineering Management (MEM) program is focused on preparing the next generation of engineering leaders.

In particular, the program is aimed at engineers who want to be leaders in a technical environment and who want to advance into managerial roles.

Master of Engineering Management at Cornell

Cornell’s Engineering Management Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) program is building the next generation of technology leaders with technical rigor and business savvy to help reshape our future. You can meet some of our students in the video below and hear about their experience.

Why Engineering Management at Cornell?

business people shaking hands
50%
of classes are within Engineering and 50% of classes are at the S.C. Johnson College of Business
graduation cap and dollar sign
30%
of M.Eng. students receive partial scholarships or teaching assistantships
business bag in a circle
2-3
semester program geared toward engineers seeking full time employment

MEMPC

Cornell University is a Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium partner university.