Engineering Leadership: It’s Not Just Technical Skill

Nov. 16, 2020

“Leadership and learning are lifelong endeavors.” How one Naval officer developed career-boosting engineering leadership skills at CU Boulder EMP.

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Is an Engineering Project Management Certificate the Competitive Advantage You Need?

July 30, 2020

Project management tools have revolutionized the global workplace. Gain project management skills and thinking to advance your career with an engineering Project Management Graduate Certificate from CU Boulder EMP.

Prerna Nayyar

EMP Alumni Spotlight: Prerna Nayyar, Program Manager at Microsoft

June 15, 2020

Read how one engineer’s journey from India to CU Boulder’s Engineering Management Program led her to a new future at Microsoft.

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Engineering Graduate Certificate vs Engineering Management Master’s Degree: How to Choose

May 7, 2020

When it comes to engineering management a graduate engineering certificate or a master’s degree both offer career value. How do you choose?

Bob Burns

What Is It Like to Attend An Online Engineering Management Master's Program?

March 30, 2020

Learn what the experience is really like at CU Boulder’s online engineering management master’s program. What can it do for your career?

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Benefits of liberal arts & sciences for engineering leaders

March 24, 2020

Faculty Director of the Engineeng Leadership Program, Shilo Brooks, examines the lives of the Wright brothers and their invention of the airplane to argue that future engineering leaders could benefit from more robust exposure to the liberal arts and natural sciences. Such exposure fosters a curiosity, intellectual agility, and love...

Professor Christy Bozic

5 Reasons Why An Engineering Management Degree Will Advance Your Engineering Career

March 16, 2020

A degree in engineering management CU Boulder teaches engineers to speak the language of business, helping them progress in their careers.

Gary Marshall

Student Spotlight: How Gary Marshall & EmergenTek is automating firefighting inefficiencies

March 16, 2020

Gary Marshall, a master's student in mechanical engineering and engineering management, is on a mission to give back to those who protect us—firefighters. CU Boulder's Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative share more in this article about how he founded EmergenTek in 2018 as a mechanical engineering undergrad, where he and his team developed a retrofittable system that automates fire truck ladder operations, reducing human error and increasing the chance to save more lives.

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What Is Sustainability & How Does It Fit In With Engineering Management?

Feb. 12, 2020

Learn about what sustainability is and how sustainable engineering management can help protect both the environment and business profits.

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Why Six Sigma Training May Be Right for You

Jan. 10, 2020

Study for your green, black or master black belt in Six Sigma engineering at CU Boulder and become a more marketable, problem-solving engineer.