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Master of Science in Engineering Management
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN
Engineering Management

Management Training for Engineering, Science and Technical Professionals

Designed for working professionals who already possess degrees in engineering, math, physical science, computer science or another STEM field, the Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) introduces business skills and practices to create solid, well-rounded technical managers. A stronger understanding of management principles will help graduates lead technical teams as they strive to increase an organization’s productivity, efficiency and bottom-line.

The program combines a core curriculum with a selection of concentrations that allow students to expand their knowledge in a specific area of interest. Concentrations include financial management, project management, systems engineering, leadership, management, logistics and supply chain management and aviation/aerospace management.

I loved being a pilot, but I knew that I didn’t want to stop there. I had always been interested in management as well. I wanted to broaden my perspective. That’s when I decided to go for my master’s degree.

Brigitte Goersch, Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

Industry Stats


$117,000
is the average median salary of engineering managers. 36% work in the manufacturing sector.
7% job growth
is projected through 2022 in this field. Currently, 31% of all professionals in the engineering management field hold a master's degree.

Information provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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