Master of Science in Engineering Management Technology


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Course Overview

Engineering management master’s degree programs are geared towards engineers seeking to advance into leadership roles. A variety of learning formats are available to accommodate working professionals. students in an engineering master’s program learn through business and engineering coursework, sometimes using simulated industrial systems to examine and solve problems. Some programs allow students to choose an area of concentration. Engineering management master’s programs typically include coursework in both general business studies and advanced engineering, such as quality management, business law and engineering project management. Specializations can include computer engineering, biomedical engineering, computer science or enterprise systems. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
MEM 801 Optimization Methods 5
MEM 802 Applied Probability 5
MEM 803 Data Mining and Statistics 5
MEM 804 Physics of Semiconductor Devices 5
MEM 805 Nanomaterials and Nanoelectronics 5
MEM 806 Fabrication Technology 5
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit
MEM 811 Applying Models in Management 5
MEM 812 Integrated Product Development 5
MEM 813 Project Management and Strategic Planning 5
MEM 814 Rapid Prototyping 5
MEM 815 Computer Aided Design (AutoCAD) 5
MEM 816 Product Development Management 5
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
MEM 821 Cost Analysis 5
MEM 822 Organizational Psychology and Human Resources 5
MEM 823 Corporate Finance 5
MEM 824 Introduction to Logistics 5
MEM 825 Global Logistics Management 5
MEM 826 Renewable Energy 5
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
MEM 831 Control and Instrumentation 4
MEM 832 Embedded Systems 4
MEM 833 Electromagnetic Compatibility 4
MEM 834 Power Electronics 4
MEM 835 Dynamics and Control 4
ENT 836 Entrepreneurship 5
MEM 837 Master Thesis 5


Career Opportunities

Job titles may vary depending on specializations and areas of interest; however, graduates can typically find mid level management positions in areas such as telecommunications, aerospace, utilities and information systems. Possible career titles include:

  • Systems architect
  • Product manager
  • Engineering consultant
  • Business strategy coordinator
  • Director of technology


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