Complement your Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering Master’s Degree with Engineering Management… To complete the Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering & ME Engineering Management dual degree programs, you must be admitted to both the Engineering Management Program and the Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering Program.

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    The dual degree consists of 45 total credit hours:

    • 21 credit hours from the Engineering Management Program (EMP)
    • 24 credit hours from the Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering Program*

    *The 24 credits required are at the discretion of the Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering department and may not need to all come from ECEN coursework.  Please consult the Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering department to confirm requirements for the degree of interest.

    The EMP requirements as part of the dual degree are:

    Current Requirements

    • EMEN 5010: Introduction to Engineering Management
    • EMEN 5020: Finance and Accounting for Engineering Managers
    • EMEN 5030: Project Management OR EMEN 5031: Software Project Management OR EMEN 5405:  Fundamentals of Systems Engineering
    • EMEN 5050: Leading Oneself
    • EMEN 5830:  Special Topics:  Engineering Communication
    • Two EMEN elective courses; EMEN 5000 does not count towards the Engineering Management degree requirements
    • Pass the Master’s exam in the final semester of classes or the semester after

    When completing the ME Engineering Management degree candidacy application for graduation, in addition to the 21 EMEN credit hours, students will need to include 9 ECEE credit hours to make the 30 total credit hours required to complete the ME Engineering Management degree.

    Students admitted Spring 2017 and earlier

    • EMEN 5010: Introduction to Engineering Management
    • EMEN 5020: Finance and Accounting for Engineering Managers
    • EMEN 5030: Project Management -or- EMEN 5031 Software Project Management -or- EMEN 5830: Systems Engineering
    • EMEN 5040: Quality, Strategy, and Value Creation
    • EMEN 5050: Authentic Leadership
    • EMEN 5900: Research Methods –or- EMEN 5090: Technology Ventures & Marketing
    • One EMEN elective course; EMEN 5000 does not count towards the Engineering Management degree requirements
    • Pass the Master’s exam in the final semester of classes or the semester after

    When completing the ME Engineering Management degree candidacy application for graduation, in addition to the 21 EMEN credit hours, students will need to include 9 ECEE credit hours to make the 30 total credit hours required to complete the ME Engineering Management degree.

    Visit the Electrical, computer, and Energy Engineering program website for specific requirements as part of the dual degree.

    When completing the Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering degree candidacy application for graduation, in addition to the 24 ECEE credit hours, students will need to include 6 EMEN credit hours to make the 30 total credit hours required to complete the Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering degrees.