The ME-EM is an online master's degree designed to prepare the next generation of working professionals for career advancement in leadership and management in the engineering and technical sectors.
Core curriculum addresses the business basics of communication; project management; finance and accounting; and leadership.
This degree is designed for professionals who are:
The ME-EM requires a minimum of 30 credit hours of approved, degree-eligible graduate-level coursework and a minimum cumulative grade-point average (GPA) of 3.0. Courses in which grades of C+ or below are received may not be applied toward the degree but will count toward the cumulative GPA (no more than three credits of C+ can be applied toward degree program requirements).
You must complete 12 credits of core coursework in finance, project management, authentic leadership, and communication and 18 credits of elective coursework across a variety of topic areas, including technology entrepreneurship, product development, ethical decision-making, and more.
All EMEA courses on Coursera count towards the ME-EM. The curriculum also permits additional elective courses. Up to 9 credits of courses offered by CU Boulder's Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MS-EE) on Coursera, Master of Science in Computer Science (MS-CS) on Coursera and Master of Science in Data Science (MS-DS) on Coursera, may be applied as elective credits toward the ME-EM degree. Courses must be graduate-level and meet all applicable academic standards. Courses may not be double-counted toward two credentials of the same level. Only courses offered through Coursera may be used.