Engineering Management - Master's
The Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) is a 100% online, interdisciplinary program of study offered collaboratively by the College of Engineering and the College of Business. The degree is designed to provide early-career engineering and related professionals with leadership and management knowledge and technical skills to enhance their job performance, expand their career opportunities, and add value to their organizations. The program prepares technical professionals to use of a variety of quantitative tools for decision making, effective personnel supervision, and successful project and process management—including but not limited to risk management, resource allocation, and systems engineering.
The Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) is an interdisciplinary program offered collaboratively by the College of Business and the College of Engineering. This program is 100% online and admission to this program typically takes place in the fall semester. Students seeking admission to the Engineering Management graduate program are evaluated based on multi-parameter criterion that can include the following:
- Undergraduate GPA: at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Letters of Recommendation: three letters of recommendation that demonstrate strong evidence for success in the graduate program
- GRE: a score of at least 150 on Quantitative Reasoning; 147 on Verbal Reasoning; and 3.5 on Analytical Writing
- Participation in undergraduate research
- Post-undergraduate degree professional experience relevant to the planned degree of study
- Publications in peer-reviewed journals and/or award-winning presentations in technical conferences
- Availability of appropriate faculty to serve as research advisor(s)
International students are required to demonstrate competency in spoken and written English by taking appropriate standardized tests. See accepted standardized tests and minimum required scores »
Based on the level of satisfaction of the above criterion, the department will either recommend admission to Full Standing, Provisional Standing, or Special Standing, or deny admission. Standing status may be changed to Full Standing after the student satisfies the requirements specified by the department at the time of admission.