Master of Science in

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

Degree Overview

The MS in Engineering Management is designed for graduate engineers aspiring to work in a management role and need to extend their knowledge beyond their technical field into management and business.

Linking business expertise with engineering and sustainable development issues this course concentrates on key areas of modern management required by engineers. Our students develop communication skills necessary to lead multi-disciplinary teams and gain the ability to translate customer needs into new engineering technologies. The course gives better understanding of project management, finance, technical sales & marketing, law for engineers, decision-making under uncertainty. Our program focuses on creating leaders who can adapt to dynamic business environments.

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Program Details

Program length:

2 years / 4 semesters.

GPA needed to earn the degree:

3.0 or higher

Credits needed to earn the degree:

45US credists / 90 ECTS 

Degree level:

MQF Level 7

Additional degree entry requirements:

To be eligible for admission to the Engineering Management program, you must have: 

Undergraduate training in mathematics, physics, computing, and mathematical modeling. Specifically, all incoming students are expected to meet the following fundamental requirements: 

  1. four semesters of mathematics, beginning with a two-semester sequence in calculus, 
  2. three semesters of calculus-based physics and general engineering science, 
  3. one semester of computing (e.g., an introductory course using a high-level language such as Java, C++, C#, Visual Basic, C, or Python). 

Most undergraduate programs in science and engineering provide the required background. Students deficient in one or a small number of these areas may be admitted into the MS program on Provisional Status. 

During the first semester, students who are on Provisional Status will need to take courses to address the deficiencies. As soon as deficiencies are removed, students are advanced to the regular graduate status.  

Demonstrate satisfactory understanding of Introduction to Probability and Statistics. Applicants are expected to have an undergraduate GPA of 3.00 on the last 60 units of course work. 

Program Learning Outcomes

The MS Engineering Management degree program is intended to produce graduates who are able to assume management responsibility in technology based organizations. This Program is in response to student and employer demand for a Program to teach management skills to graduate engineers with little or no background in business related knowledge. 

Students completing the program are expected to be able to apply the methodology and tools of this engineering discipline to further their careers into increasing responsible management positions. Most engineers graduate with limited business related skills which limit advancement opportunities in technology based companies. Students are expected to learn technology management skills including financial modeling, technical marketing, law, decision-making under uncertainty, and project management. 

By completion of the MS program in Engineering Management, a student will: 

(a) acquire in-depth knowledge within a particular area of study and complementary knowledge from a related area in Systems and Industrial Engineering 

(b) conduct an original research (formulating a problem, developing a model, and finding a solution based on the analysis)  

(c) effectively communicate ideas and results via written and verbal communication. 

Mode of Delivery & Assessments

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Assessment

Engineering disciplines require strong mathematics skills.  Assessments (in-class examinations, homework and individual and team projects) will focus on those skills.  In general, grades will be assigned based on performance on those assessments. 

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Teaching & assessment

The method of teaching is lecture/seminar, and guided projects. The modules will be taught by AUM faculty members. Students will be offered a range of pedagogical experiences, including readings and discussion, lectures, case studies, critical analysis, writing assignments, and projects. The emphasis will vary depending on the subject matter of the module. 

Career Opportunities

Director of Hardware Engineering at a computer design firm. Process Engineering Manager at a car manufacturing plant. Senior Operations/Systems Analyst at a digital technology firm. 

2-Years Degree Plan Outline

SEMISTER I

YEAR 1

IEE 514

Law of Enineers and Scientists 

US CREDITS: 3

 

IEE 557

Project Management 

US CREDITS: 3

 

IEE 530

Engineering Statistics 

US CREDITS: 3

 

IEE 515

Technical Sales and Marketing 

US CREDITS: 3

TOTAL CREDIT: 12

YEAR 2

IEE 567

Financial Modeling for Innovation 

US CREDITS: 3

 

IEE 531

Simulation Modeling and Analysis 

US CREDITS: 3

 

IEE 565

Supply Chain Management 

US CREDITS: 3

IEE 598A

Master’s Capstone I 

US CREDITS: 3

TOTAL CREDIT: 12

SEMISTER II

YEAR 1

IEE 522

Decision-Making Under Uncertainty 

US CREDITS: 3

 

IEE 506

Quality Engineering 

US CREDITS: 3

 

IEE 540

Survey of Optimization Methods 

US CREDITS: 3

 

IEE 554

Systems Engineering Process 

US CREDITS: 3

TOTAL CREDIT: 12

YEAR 2

IEE 564

Cost Estimation 

US CREDITS: 3

IEE 562

Production Systems Analysis 

US CREDITS: 3

IEE 598B

Master’s Capstone II 

US CREDITS: 3

TOTAL CREDIT: 9