The Lockheed Martin Engineering Management Program celebrates 30 years of providing valuable instruction for technical professionals who want to become leaders in their industries. In 1992, the W. Edwards Deming Endowed Professorship was established. The Martin Marietta Corp., now Lockheed Martin, created our second endowed professorship in 1994 and also provided a substantial grant to allow us to enhance and expand our program.

Throughout the years, our mission has remained the same: to best prepare engineers, applied scientists and technical professionals for career advancement in leadership and management. From undergraduate to graduate-level work, our focus is to help students at all levels achieve their career objectives and succeed in technical and engineering fields.

Our Committment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Engineering Management Program (EMP) aligns with the College of Engineering and Applied Science’s commitment “to fostering a diverse, inclusive and academically excellent community." The EMP strives to grow and nurture leaders in the fields of engineering and technical sciences by instilling the values of building diversity, inclusion and equity. These values extend beyond the classroom and into the workplace as our students apply the skills they learn throughout our program. We are dedicated to creating an environment where all students, faculty and staff feel welcome, valued and engaged no matter their race, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, identity or personal and professional experiences.