South Florida is a hub for logistics companies. Many key global shipping lines and airline alliances have a presence in Florida and, in fact, the state is home to one of five U.S. exporters. Several of these corporations are looking to hire local talent who are ready to start working after graduation, equipped with specific skills, requiring minimal training on company site.
The Enterprise and Logistics Engineering (ELE) at Florida International University (FIU) offers several signature programs, both online and face-to-face, preparing students and professionals with broad knowledge and skills, combining business and engineering, to meet industry’s needs.
Ranked #16 for best online master’s degree in engineering management by Best College Reviews, ELE offers master’s degree programs and certificate programs in engineering management, logistics engineering, enterprise and systems engineering. Students will not only be exposed to the theory, but also learn from industry insiders and curriculum geared toward addressing real-life industry problems. Program graduates will have the practical knowledge, insider expertise and problem solving skills, ready for job placement right after graduation.
Employment of engineering managers is projected to grow 6 percent from 2016 to 2026. The median annual wage for architectural and engineering managers was $137,720 in May 2017
—U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook
Please visit our “Programs” page to learn more about graduate and certificate programs tailored to help students and professionals who want to stay in technological environment but focus on managerial roles.