Engineering Management

The engineering management graduate curriculum offers a master of engineering degree to students from a variety of engineering and science backgrounds. The goal is to prepare technical professionals with a minimum of two years of post-baccalaureate work experience for advancement into management positions. Areas of concentration are available in managing innovation, project management, performance excellence, engineering entrepreneurship, quality systems, software management, research and development, and Six Sigma methodologies. The program is available via distance learning as well as on campus. Go to for more information. 

Graduate certificates are also available in 10 core competency areas. Credits accrued toward a certificate can be applied toward a master’s degree. For more information, see

Course code for this program is EMEN.