Graduate Studies in Engineering Management
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The next two entry points into the program are March 2nd, 2015 for Spring Term II and May 4th for Summer Term I.
The world of engineering is one of constant change, progress, ideas, and innovations. The Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering is following that same model by continually seeking to prepare students at even greater academic levels to better serve corporations and communities around the world, as well as position them to advance in their careers.
Our master's degree is the only degree-granting program in engineering management offered by a traditional college or university in the area. It is an advanced degree specifically created by engineers for engineers to meet the needs of technical professionals who desire to be or are already in positions of leadership in the engineering field. Our faculty brings both academic and industry experience to the classroom to provide a real-world approach to learning new concepts and skills development.
The master’s in engineering management is not another MBA program. It was specifically designed for those who have an interest in preparing themselves for management roles in a technically oriented organization and focuses on analytical decision-making models within the framework of project management to prepare you to solve complex, multi-variable, technical problems encountered in today's engineering organizations.
Financial aid is available.
Recently received from one of our program graduates:
"I received another promotion. I am now the Corporate New Model Quality Manager. I have direct control over six programs, three corporate engineers, and the quality mangers at our satellite plants. You may also like to hear that my degree was one of the deciding factors in the promotion." Tim G., Summer 2013 Graduate