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Master of Science in Engineering Management/MBA

College of Business | College of Engineering

The Colleges of Engineering and Business offer a dual degree program for those in the engineering profession who want to advance their knowledge and improve their management career opportunities in engineering and technology-oriented companies. By pursuing the dual degree, successful graduates will earn both a Master of Science in Engineering Management and a Master of Business Administration in less time by taking advantage of cross-credits for coursework applied to both programs.

Admissions Requirements

Admissions Requirements

Candidates for the program must have a four-year undergraduate degree in engineering or a closely related field from an accredited college or university. Upon completion of the MS in Engineering Management program, MS in Engineering Management/MBA candidates will need to complete the MBA application for admission and be formally admitted into the MBA program. The GMAT requirement will be waived for candidates who have earned their MSEM degree. Candidates who have not satisfied the MBA prerequisite requirements will need to do so prior to enrolling in the MBA program. They are as follows: Accounting, Finance, and Statistics.

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You will pursue a well-rounded curriculum in both business and engineering courses. Topics include Engineering Supply Chain Management; Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis; Decision Support Models; Information Technology Management and Applications; and Leadership, Problem Solving and Decision Making. The combined degree will require as little as 48 credits of coursework, taking advantage of 18 cross-credits from the two programs (nine credits from the College of Engineering and nine credits from the College of Business).

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    International Students

    An MS in Engineering Management is an internationally respected credential that can prepare you to advance your engineering career into leadership positions. The College of Engineering enjoys a growing reputation among international students for the caliber of our graduate programs. Learn more about our support for international students.

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