The Master of Engineering in Engineering Management degree is designed to help engineers, scientists, and technical professionals move into leadership and management roles in the engineering and technical sectors. Courses are taught by faculty with significant industry experience whose core commitment is to ensure real-world, job-relevant applicability. As students advance through the program, they benefit from a comprehensive curriculum comprised of leadership, finance, project management, communication, strategic planning, marketing, innovation management, and engineering ethics.

Your Degree, Your Way

The Master of Engineering in Engineering Management is available across a variety of modalities to best accommodate your needs and schedule.

Traditional, Semester-Based Option:

  • In-person classes
  • Distance classes with synchronous, remote live participation
  • Asynchronous via recorded class sessions
  • Any combination of the above

The in-person, on-campus option offers students a traditional learning experience with physical classrooms and high levels of direct interaction with peers and faculty. 

Distance learning allows students to attend classes remotely via live Zoom classes and/or asynchronously via recorded class sessions, giving students the most flexibility to meet their busy schedules. Students may enroll in courses as a distance student and attend classes in person, participate via live Zoom as the lecture is taking place, or watch recorded lectures at their convenience. 

Learn more about the traditional, semester-based Master of Engineering in Engineering Management degree and how to apply.

Online via the Coursera Platform:

The fully online Master of Engineering in Engineering Management (ME-EM) is offered through an innovative partnership with Coursera and includes performance-based admissions, flexible 8-week terms, and self-paced courses.

Learn more about the online ME-EM degree and how to enroll.

Which option is right for you?

Traditional, Semester-Based ME-EM

ME-EM on Coursera
  • Attend classes in-person (evenings), remote via
    Zoom, or via class session recordings (not self-paced)
  • Instruction and support by university faculty
  • 15-week terms
  • Capstone option
  • Standard admissions
  • Eligible for financial aid and military benefits
  • Asynchronous, self-paced courses
  • Self-paced learning with facilitator support
  • 8-week terms
  • Non-thesis degree
  • Performance-based admissions
  • Not eligible for financial aid
  • Eligible for military benefits (effective fall 2023)