The Master of Engineering degree is a coursework and project-oriented program.
Our program requires completion of thirty-two (32) credit hours consisting of coursework in major and supporting areas, and a project. This generally corresponds to 9 regular courses and 2, one-credit seminars. The Master of Engineering degree can be completed in two semesters.
- ENMGT 5900 – Project Management (Fall or Spring, 4 credits)
- ENMGT 5910* – Engineering Management Project (Fall or Spring, 4 credits)
- ENMGT 5930 – Data Analytics for Engineering Managers (Fall, 4 credits)
- ENMGT 5940 – Economics and Finance for Engineering Management (Fall, 4 credits)
- ENMGT 6090 – Professional Development and Leadership Seminar (Fall, 1 credit, non-graded)
- ENMGT 6091 – Project Management Seminar (Spring, 1 credit, non-graded)
One out of two of the following:
- ENMGT 5970** – Risk Analysis and Management (Spring, 3 credits), or
- ENMGT 5980 – Introduction to Decision Analysis (Fall, 3 credits)
*ENMGT 5910 may only be taken in the second semester of your program (or third semester for a three-semester program).
**ENMGT 5970 will not be offered during the Spring or Fall 2021 terms.
In addition to the required courses, each student’s program must include at least one course (minimum 3 credits) in individual and/or organizational behavior and 9-credits worth of electives selected to provide a track area of specialization.
To help meet these requirements, we have put together seven track areas of specialization plus a “build your own track” tied to common career paths of Engineering Management degree graduates.
- "Build your own" track
- Product Management and Entrepreneurship
- Engineering Leadership
- Real Estate and Construction Management
- Renewable Energy and Sustainability
Any 5000 or 6000-level College of Engineering non-seminar technical 3 credits or higher course is acceptable. You are also welcome to mix and match courses from different headings or choose courses aligned with your own interests to best serve your professional goals.