MBA in Engineering Management


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Course Overview

Considering master’s degree in engineering management makes you great! Many employers consider hiring people in a top position if they don’t have a master’s degree, and having additional education can also help you get a promotion if you’re already working as an engineering manager

As an engineering management students, you’ll take some advanced management classes to be better leader in practicing engineering concepts. MBA program in engineering management plays heavy on the business aspect of engineering management and is perfect for students who work ( or want to work) in positions involved in engineering technology administration, finance, human resources, public relations, scheduling, and resources management for engineering companies or consulting with engineering projects.

In this field, the focus is on becoming a better engineering manager Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
MB 101 Principles and Practice of Management 5
MB 102 Organizational Behavior 5
MB 103 Quantitative Techniques for Management 5
MB 104 Managerial Economics 5
MB 105 Management Accounting 5
MB 106 Marketing Management 5
MB 105 Management Accounting 5
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credits
MB 201 Business Environment 5
MB 202 Computer Applications in Management 5
MB 203 Human Resource Management 5
MB 204 Financial Management 5
MB 205 Operation and Production Management 5
MB 206 Research Methods in Management 5
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
MB 301 Business Policy and Strategic Management 5
MB 302 Quality Management 5
MB 303 International Finance 5
MB 304 Material Management 5
MB 305 Entrepreneurship Development 5
MB 306 Information Technology for Management 5
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
MB 401 Business Ethics and Ethos 5
MB 402 Project Management 5
MB 403 Business Law 5
MB 404 Strategic Management 5
MB 405 Public Systems Management 5
MB 406 Master Thesis 5


Career Opportunities

The purpose of obtaining a Master’s in Engineering Management is to allow engineers the opportunity to begin managing projects. This degree prepares graduates to perform many of the management functions associated with engineering careers while simultaneously offering instruction in the general management skills that apply across careers, such as finance, marketing, statistics, accounting, and risk analysis. An MEM degree further offers graduates the ability to work as the liaison between management and the staff that actually carries out engineering projects. Strong technical and communication skills coupled with an MEM degree can afford a graduate many career opportunities.