The part-time Master of Science Engineering Management is a 30 credit-hour program. All students are required to complete 28 credits of academic coursework in the Engineering Management Program. In addition, students will be required to complete a two-credit, semester-long capstone project that relates to their current job function. This program is designed to be completed in 24 months or less, depending upon one's individual circumstances.

As a student in the program, you will be exposed to the following:

  • Critical Reasoning
    Learn to manage people and projects in real-world models.
  • Communication
    Hone skills in managing business relationships and strategic negotiations.
  • Global Perspectives 
    Compete globally by identifying the most desirable and sustainable solutions.
  • Discipline-Specific Knowledge & Skills
    Learn the latest developments in your field and see future potential in project management, quality management, & optimization methods.
  • Cross-Disciplinary Knowledge & Skills
    See how financial, legal, and marketing strategies can help engineering and innovation thrive.


The MSEM curriculum contains ten core courses along with a capstone project that is completed during the final semester of study. Courses include:

· Strategic Project Management

· Optimization Methods

· Organizational Strategy & International Competitiveness

· Cost Management

· Quality Management & Process Control

*Please note that classes may change at any time

· Negotiations & Relationship Management

· Financial Management

· Environmental Sustainability & Risk Analysis

· Marketing Management for Innovation

· Business & Environmental Law

· Capstone Project