Gregory S. Parnell
4207 Bell Engineering Center
M.S. in Engineering Management (EMGT)
The Master of Science in Engineering Management prepares engineers to lead and manage teams, projects, and organizations with technical workforces to meet strategic objectives. Students will increase their engineering and management knowledge to enable them to develop and deliver new products and services to create value for their organization and customers.
Mode of Delivery: Course work for the Master of Science in Engineering Management is delivered entirely online.
M.S. in Engineering Management
- Conferred bachelor of science in engineering degree from an engineering program accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (or equivalent accreditation),
- A grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better (A=4.0) on all course work taken prior to receipt of the engineering bachelor degree, or a GPA of 3.0 or better on the last 60 hours of course work taken prior to receipt of the engineering bachelor degree.
- Applicants with a 3.0 or better GPA are not required to take the GRE.
Requirements for the Master of Science in Engineering Management:
|Core Courses (12 hours)|
|EMGT 5033||Introduction to Engineering Management||3|
|INEG 5443||Decision Models||3|
|OMGT 5463||Economic Decision Making||3|
|OMGT 5783||Project Management for Operations Managers||3|
Three-course sequence from the following subject codes: BENG, BMEG, CHEG, CSCE, CVEG, ELEG, EMGT, INEG, or MEEG.
Students are encouraged to review the online engineering courses and select an approved cohesive sequence that meets their professional objectives.
Choose three courses from the available online EMGT, OMGT, engineering courses (listed above), or other approved graduate-level courses.
|Introduction to Operations Management|
|Leadership Principles and Practices|
|Operations Management & Global Competition|
|Introduction to Data Analytics for Operations Managers|
|Advanced Project Management|
|New Venture Development|
|Innovation & Creativity|
A minimum of 80 percent of course work, including all core and engineering sequence courses, must be completed prior to the comprehensive oral exam.
EMGT 5033. Introduction to Engineering Management. 3 Hours.
Provides foundation knowledge of engineering management. Introduces quantitative skills required to lead a diverse, technical workforce, analyze financial data, lead technical projects, develop alternative solutions and communicate complex concepts. Apply decision and risk tools. Introduces basic engineering management principles.