Master of Engineering Management
Engineering Management is the Process of Planning, Organizing, Staffing, leading and influencing People and Controlling Activities which have a Technological Component. These functions require foundation skills from engineering managers to manage themselves, staff, teams, projects, technologies and global issues of importance. These requirements being partly technical and partly business related, the Colleges of Engineering, and Business and Economics got together and launched the program in 2006. The program focuses on product development, process management, Quality Engineering and Project management from the technical side and leadership, management of technical innovations, supply chain, finance and decision making from the business side. The knowledge and skills thus gained are integrated through an action project.
- Management decision-making skills.
- Professional leadership and management skills.
- Knowledge of cost, financial and economic analysis.
- Knowledge about management of existing and emerging technologies.
- Continued intellectual growth in the engineering field.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Describe the designing process and synthesize strategies to manage designing an overall engineering system or product that meets desired needs.
- Apply knowledge of mathematics, engineering and technology in managing engineering processes.
- Analyze engineering problems relating to Quality and manufacturing operations and Synthesize Solutions.
- Describe supply chain concepts and apply them to improve the business’ overall and supply chain performance
- Apply concepts to manage technological innovations and synthesize relevant business strategy.
- Apply the accounting information for decision-making
- Apply knowledge of applied statistics and decision techniques in managing engineering processes.
- Analyze subjects with technical and business content and synthesize effective written reports and oral presentations
- Apply theories of human behavior to analyze and evaluate the role of managers and leaders in driving effective employee behaviors in industrial organizational contexts.
Required Credit Hours :
minimum 33 hours
|This bridging course is only needed for students who did not take an undergraduate statistics course and is a prerequisite for the "Decision Techniques and Data Analysis (STAT 609)" MEM course. (1 hours