Graduate Studies in Engineering Management
The Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering offers the following graduate program options:
Master of Science in Engineering Management (30 hours)
This program is designed with the engineer whose future career interest is in leadership within an engineering organization. Managing a technical workforce is quite different than a corporate financial organization and issues specific to engineering and technical environments.
Master of Science in Engineering Management with a concentration in Sustainability (30 hours)
This program is perfect for the future engineering generation with an interest in green building, renewable energy, and sustainable practices. Sustainability courses are offered on the weekends to accommodate busy professionals and classes typically meet twice in one month.
Each program begins with a 21 hour core curriculum in engineering management. Electives are chosen either in engineering management or sustainability to finish out the 30 required hours for each degree.