Why Engineering Management?
Be a Part of Engineering Leadership
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.
Increase your employment opportunity with top-notch firms
Students graduating from Cornell’s program secure employment at top firms across the US and the world.
Access to world-class engineering and business programs
The Engineering Management program gives students exclusive access to both the top-ranked Cornell College of Engineering and the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business courses, programs, and activities embedded with an Ivy League University.
You can develop a customized program to tailor to your career interests and passions. This is exemplified in Cornell’s motto of “to be an institution where any person can find instruction in any study.” You will receive extensive support from academic and career advisors as a M.Eng. student to develop a personalized program for you.
Partnership with industry
Improve your value by adding real-world experience through industry-sponsored projects to your portfolio.
Amplify your problem-solving skills
This adaptable program produces agile, creative problem-solvers to give you a leg up in tackling the toughest technological challenges of the next century.
Join a vast alumni network and community
Cornell has more than 230,000 alumni across the globe who are devoted to supporting students in their careers. You will have access to a lifelong connection to one of the largest and most active alumni networks in the world.
Why 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.
Cornell University is a Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium partner university.