The School of Systems & Enterprises' (SSE's) Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Engineering Management program equips engineers, technical managers, business operations professionals and others with the skills, tools and methodologies needed to effectively manage complexity across industries.
Designed at the intersection of engineering, management and technology, the M.Eng. degree provides students with a strong understanding of the technology involved in engineering projects and the management process — during which the technology is used. Students can expect a program with a strong engineering core with training in quality management, project management, production and technology management, accounting, cost analysis, managerial economics, engineering design and systems integration. Our program’s emphasis on real-world applications and hands-on learning prepares graduates to keep an organization running efficiently, cost-effectively, and importantly, ahead of its competitors. Upon completion of the M.Eng. degree, students advance to professional positions of increasing responsibility across a broad range of industries such as business, finance, healthcare, software and technology.
The Master of Engineering in Engineering Management can be pursued in person, or entirely online
Engineering Management Application Requirements
$60 nonrefundable fee.
Two letters of recommendation, submitted electronically through the online application system.
Official college transcripts from all institutions attended. Transcripts must be submitted in sealed envelopes and mailed directly to Stevens. If official documents are unavailable, unofficial documents can be uploaded through the online application system for initial review only. However, applicants will not be fully admitted until all official documents have been received.
GRE test score. GMAT scores will also be accepted in lieu of the GRE for the engineering management program.
Engineering Management Graduate Career Options
Operational Research Analyst
Research and Development
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The master’s degree requires ten (10) courses (30 credits); six (6) core required courses and four (4) elective courses. All elective courses must be approved by a faculty advisor. Students are also encouraged to select electives that lead to graduating with one of the many graduate certificates offered by the School of Systems and Enterprises.
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