Graduate Engineering Management
Students who have managerial positions or will be assuming managerial responsibilities will find this program especially attractive. It provides an opportunity to combine advanced engineering study with an introduction to the principles and tools of management and decision making. An Environmental Engineering option is available in this specialization for students who are interested in developing a background in this area, or who have responsibility for environmental matters in a professional capacity.
The engineering management specialization may not be combined with either the thesis option or be incorporated into the dual MEng/MBA program.
|Curriculum-Required Courses (33 credits)|
|ENGR 611 Deterministic Optimization||3|
|ENGR 612 Stochastic Optimization||3|
|ENGR 614 Engineering Management I||3|
|ENGR 615 Engineering Management II||3|
|Major Engineering Courses**||12|
|*Choose one of the three Engineering Mathematics with the approval of the student's advisor.|
|**Major engineering courses and management electives must have approval of the student's advisor.|