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MS Engineering Management

The engineering skills that got you to this point in your career aren't the skills that will advance your career into a management role. But you can develop those skills with the Master of science in engineering management (MSEM) program at Trine University.

The Experience

As an engineer ready to move into a management role, you'll gain mastery of corporate culture, leadership, finance, operations strategy and marketing. You'll take business ethics, public speaking, and decision-making classes that are geared towards the technical professional, as well as product development and innovation classes taught by our business and engineering faculty.

The Results

Whether you are just starting your management career or you want to take your skills to the next level, a degree from Trine will give students the competitive edge they need to be successful.

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Additional Information

The Master of science in engineering management requires 30 credit hours.

Core Courses - 21 credit hours

BA 5223 Executive Communication
FIN 5203 Finance for Engineers
GE 5103 Project Management
GE 5113 New Product Development and Innovation Strategies
BA 5103 Business Ethics
BA 6933 Statistics and  Data Analysis
MGT 5093 Business Strategy and Decision Making

Program Electives - Choose 9 credit hours from below

GE 5163 Engineered Quality
GE 5093 Design Thinking
GE 5133 Lean Six Sigma
MGT 543 Operations Strategy and Management
MGT 5013 Advanced Plant Management
LAW 5003 Law and Engineering professional

For a complete description of the above requirements, please go to the Course Catalog (opens in a new window).

Information about tuition can be found at Cost and Investment.