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Master of Science in Engineering Management:

The M.S. Engineering Management degree is designed for individuals with engineering or science backgrounds who have moved or expect to move into managerial responsibilities. The program addresses important topics such as:

  • Engineering Economics and Finance

  • Quality Control and Reliability

  • Project Management and Scheduling

  • Decision Making and Optimization

  • Leadership and Entrepreneurship

  • Product Development and Marketing

  • Value Management

  • Strategic Management

M.S. ENGM: Construction Management:

The M.S. ENGM: Construction Management degree is one of the graduate concentrations in Engineering Management. The program is designed for graduate students who are in interested in construction related areas. Its core classes are the same as Engineering Management, however students will take other construction electives in topics such as:

  • Strategic Bidding and Estimating

  • Construction Law

  • Sustainability and LEED

  • Advanced Operations and Constructability

  • Design and Construction of Tall Buildings 

M.S. ENGM: Power Systems Management:

The M.S. ENGM: Power Systems Management degree is a new graduate concentration in Engineering Management. The program is designed for graduate students who have an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering and are interested in power systems areas. Its core classes are the same as Engineering Management, however students will take five of the power electives in topics such as:

  • Power Electronics and Drives

  • Power Systems Operations and Control

  • Power Systems Transients

  • Power Systems Protection

  • Introduction to the Smart Grid

  • Sustainable Electric Energy Systems

  • Power System Analysis and Design

  • Reliability Engineering

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