Master of Engineering Management

The Master of Engineering Management
Offered jointly by the School of Business and the School of Engineering and Technology

The purpose of the master of engineering management is to train leaders and managers for technical, engineering, or general management functions in product or technology driven enterprises. The emphasis of the program is on leadership, ethics, and the continuous search for excellence. The core of the program encompasses 11 courses for 30 credits and there are three electives (9 credits). Students need 36 credits to graduate. The program is an interdisciplinary program between the school of engineering and the school of business.

Admission Requirements
1. Applicants must have one of the following a bachelor degree in engineering or an equivalent from an accredited or an authorized university
2. Applicants with undergraduate GPA lower than 2.50 will either take The Nova International University (NIU) Graduate Study Aptitude Test, which is an online test offered by NIU or the GMAT
3. A resume (or a curriculum vitae) detailing work experiences, skills, and education
4. An essay/letter describing the reasons why the candidate has decided to apply for admission into the program (one to two pages)
5. Applicants who did not previously study in English must complete language requirements described in II.9.3 of this catalog by taking one of the following tests TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS, Cambridge Exam, and CEFR.

Accounting for Managers (3 cr)
Economics for Managers (3 cr)
Personal Finance and Investment (1 cr)
Negotiation (1cr)
Management Communication (1cr)
Financial Management and Decision Making (3 cr)
System Engineering (3 cr)
Management of Information Technology and Resources (3 cr)
Lean Enterprise (3 cr)
Innovation and Technology Management (3 cr)
Managing Engineering and Capital Equipment Projects (3 cr)

Electives and suggested areas of emphasis

Quality Management
Quality Control and Management (3 cr)
Advanced Product Quality Planning (3 cr)
Quality Engineering (3 cr)
9 Credits

Manufacturing Equipment Management
Manufacturing Systems (3 cr)
Total Productive Maintenance
Six Sigma Black Belt: DMAIC (3 cr)
9 Credits

Lean Product Development
Designing New Products – DFSS
Advanced Product Quality Planning
Problem Solving in Product Development –A Focus on Concurrent Engineering
Total: 9 credits.

Manufacturing Engineering
Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (3 cr)
Manufacturing Processes (3 cr)
Manufacturing Systems (3 cr)
Total: 9 credits

Select a combination of the courses listed in the four options above.
Total: 9 credits
Total: 36 Credits to complete the program.

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Apply by downloading the application form, and following the instructions. You can download the application form by clicking on the link below in blue scripts.