The graduate Engineering Management Program consists of a professional master’s degree and certificates that are designed for working professionals taking classes part-time, however, students may also attend full-time.  Although work experience is not required, we do find it is beneficial for our program.  Due to the nature of the Engineering Management Program, students do not qualify for research or teaching assistantships, however, hourly positions are allowed.  We do not provide support in finding internships or job placement, but Career Services can provide assistance in these areas.  

Deadlines

Applications received before the deadline will be considered a priority and reviewed first, however we will accept applications after the deadline.

Fall

  • August 1

Spring

  • December 1

Summer

  • May 1

You will receive an email regarding your admission decision within a few weeks after completing your application. 

Admissions Criteria

  • An undergraduate degree in any academic field from a regionally accredited institution.
  • An undergraduate grade point average of at least 2.75.

Application Requirements

Submit the following three items*:

  1. Certificate Application Form
  2. Current Professional Resume (not required for current CU graduate students)
  3. Unofficial Transcripts (not required for current CU graduate students)

*If you are applying for the CU Employee Leadership and Management Certificate, please go to this page for applciation requirements: CU Employee Leadership and Management Certificate Program.

Students currently enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Colorado Boulder may complete Engineering Management course(s) as elective credit. It may also be possible to complete one of our graduate certificates as part of the plan of study for your degree.  Current CU graduate students should fill out the form above, but do not need to provie a resume or transcripts. 

Please fill out this Certificate Completion Form before you graduate.  A paper certificate is mailed approximately eight weeks after the end of the semester that you graduate. If you did not establish a separate diploma address when you applied to graduate, your certificate will be mailed to your home address.