The Engineering Management Program offers flexible graduate and undergraduate programs both on campus and online. 

The graduate Engineering Management Program consists of a professional master’s degree (Master of Engineering or ME) 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.  

Engineering Management Program graduate students can customize their education to best fit their career goals. Choose between an ME in engineering management, a specialized dual-degree option, a graduate-level certificate or standalone engineering management courses.   

CU Boulder undergraduate students can earn a minor in engineering management or engineering entrepreneurship or a certificate to accompany their bachelor’s degree. Courses are available on campus with online sections as an option. 

The Engineering Management Program allows students to earn a certificate in engineering management, depending on their current educational level. Choose among our graduate, undergraduate and industry certification programs, all of which can enhance your education and professional development.  

Courses are offered both on campus and online. 

To ensure the Engineering Management Program is for you, we welcome prospective students to try up to three courses before enrolling in a certificate or master’s degree program.