Master of Science in Engineering Management
The Master of Science in Engineering Management program will give you the skills to take your career to the next level. Our interdisciplinary program integrates engineering and business courses, that will prepare you to help your organization make the most effective use of its resources: people, equipment, capital, materials, information, and energy. You will learn proven strategies to increase productivity, encourage flexibility, and focus on customer satisfaction. And you will learn to apply engineering skills to design effective systems and devise procedures to successfully operate these systems.
Why Choose Master of Science in Engineering Management?
With a distinguished reputation in the regional engineering community, Western New England University has produced some of the top personnel in the field. Our course delivery model offers what we believe to be the ultimate in flexibility by providing the opportunity to offer both online and in-class instruction. The program can be completed entirely online, but if you prefer a traditional classroom setting, you will have the option to attend in-class sessions offered during the evening. Through this model, you may earn your degree in as little as one year. View our current tuition rates.
What Will You Study?
The MS in Engineering Management allows you to tailor your course load to meet your career interests and needs. In addition to core courses in engineering, you will also take electives of your choosing in engineering management, production and manufacturing, quality engineering, and business and engineering information systems, as well as MBA offerings. Through these course offerings you will gain well-rounded technical expertise and a unique perspective about the industry.
- Successful completion of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution of higher education in engineering or a related discipline.
- An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) is required for admission. Candidates with an undergraduate GPA between 2.7 and 2.99 will be considered for conditional admittance.
- Candidates with an undergraduate degree not accredited by ABET are encouraged to submit a GRE score from the past five years.
How are Courses Offered?
Course Delivery: Online or in-class
Total Credits: 30
All courses are offered through a flexible model that includes optional in-class sessions as well as online via KODIAK, Western New England University's online learning management system. Through this online classroom you will be able to view lectures, complete and submit assignments, participate in discussions with classmates, and communicate with your professors.
* International candidates will be required to attend in-class sessions in order to be in compliance with student visa requirements.
You can complete the MS in Engineering program in as little as one year studying full-time.
You’ll learn from our experienced faculty who are dedicated to your success. They will guide you not only through coursework, but also through projects, outside research, career opportunities, and internships. The personal attention and support you’ll receive is unparalleled. All members of the full-time faculty have doctoral degrees with research expertise in areas supply chain management, discreet event systems, quality, fluid mechanics, reliability, global health, human factors, production systems, and risk management.
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.
KODIAK Online Learning
Our User-friendly Virtual Classroom Desire2Learn is a state-of-the art Learning Management System used by major universities and colleges around the world. At Western New England, we call it KODIAK after the University's mascot. KODIAK makes it easy for you to participate in class discussions, view calendars, communicate with faculty and classmates, post assignments, and view grades.