There’s no better time to acquire the knowledge, skills, and confidence you’ll need to increase your career opportunities. The Engineering Management Program can provide you with the means to become a go-to technology leader and provide your company with proven insights and tools to gain the competitive edge it needs to not just survive, but thrive. Learn more about the EMP difference

Join the EMP and earn a high-quality master’s degree that works the way you do! We offer:

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Experience live classes—in real time, or any time that fits your schedule—either online or on campus.

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Our instructors share fresh course materials each semester and engage all students via our live, online meeting platform. Never canned, prerecorded lectures.

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Your fellow students range from new leaders to experienced professionals in a variety of industries. You’ll be part of a rich community for collaborative, team-based classes.

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Real executives.
The EMP instructors have more than academic credentials; they bring C-level experience starting and running successful companies. That means they bring their own case studies, not theoretical handouts.

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Earn our engineering management degree with ten technically relevant courses, instead of 15 to 18 courses for an MBA.

Here's what EMP students have to say:

"The personal gain I have benefited by attending the EMP program is substantial and it was a truly enjoyable experience.  The ability to attend a program with such high quality while traveling around the world from Japan to Holland, all while still being able to progress my career, is immeasurable in how it has changed my life."  -- EMP Master's Degree Student, Spring 2017

"I was disinclined to opt for an MBA which is not engineering specific.  EMP is a great career choice for engineers who want to get into management."  -- EMP Master's Degree Student, Fall 2016

"I use information from every class in my daily work.  I use discussion from my courses to guide discussions on tricky issues with those I supervise."  -- EMP Master's Degree Student

"The U.S. Air Force emphasized persistent self-improvement, especially in the areas of leadership and management.  As an MS student in the aerospace engineering program, I had the option to complete a certificate through the EMP.  I chose this option, and it turned out to be the best route to take.​" -- EMP Graduate Certificate Student