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Engineering Management Graduate Certificate

Program Details






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Engineering Management (EM) is a rapidly expanding field that combines engineering, technology, management, systems, and business. High-technology companies in the telecommunications, financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, consulting, information technology and other industries utilize the concepts and tools of EM such as project management, quality management, engineering economics, modeling and simulation, systems engineering and integration, and statistical tools. Given that most students will spend most of their professional careers in a management or supervisory capacity, this certificate will provide some of the skills necessary to be successful in the 21st century global economy.

The following courses are required:

  • EM600

     - Engineering Economics and Cost Analysis

  • EM605 

    - Elements of Operations Research

  • EM612

     - Project Management of Complex Systems

  • EM680 

    - Designing and Managing the Development Enterprise

Program Director: Dr. Carlo Lipizzi

View more information in the Academic Catalog.