We are excited that you are interested in pursuing your higher education with us. Below you will find a summary of the programs that will help you differentiate between them and choose the one that best fits your career goals. You can always reach out to use with any questions regarding these programs. To explore these programs in detail, please visit our programs page.
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Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM)
Mode of Delivery: In-Class | Regular
The MSEM program is designed to offer a tailored degree for those engineers who would like to advance to managerial positions and wish to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills for success.
The MSEM program includes coursework that simulates a business environment where students learn and apply engineering tools, managerial theories, and best practices to design and operate industrial systems. Students in the program are expected to acquire contemporary engineering management theories and techniques, and simultaneously build a solid technical foundation in a chosen engineering track.
Program Course Requirements: 30 credits | 3 Core requirements | 3 Business requirements | 4 track requirements.
Tracks offered: Biomedical, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Construction Management, Electrical, Enterprise Systems, Entrepreneurship, Environmental, Information Tech., Logistics, Mechanical, Operations Management of Orthotics and Prosthetics, Production and Manufacturing, Risk and Disaster Management, Structural/ Wind/ Construction, Systems, Telecommunications, Transportation and Water Resources.
Professional Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM)
Mode of Delivery: In-Class & Online (Hybrid)
The program focuses on the Enterprise Systems specialty and prepares students for a career in applying systems engineering concepts and tools to:
- Operations management
- Business process improvement
- Supply chain management
- Enterprise systems development
- Total quality management
- Engineering project management
Online Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM)
Mode of Delivery: Online
Graduates of this program will learn the broad knowledge and skills required to successfully manage and lead today’s organizations. The customized, state-of-the-art applied management curriculum includes courses in Total Quality Management (TQM), engineering project management and business law taught by distinguished faculty experts.
The General track includes coursework that simulates a business environment where students learn and apply engineering tools, managerial theories, and best practices to design and operate industrial systems. Students in the program are expected to acquire contemporary engineering management theories and techniques, and simultaneously build a solid technical foundation in a chosen engineering track. The TQM course provides students with the body of knowledge required for the Six Sigma Black Belt certification. Students are also well prepared for certifications as a Project Management Professional.
Master of Science in Logistics Engineering (MSLE)
Mode of Delivery: In-Class
The Master of Science in Logistics Engineering (MSLE) program prepares students for a career in the logistics and supply chain management industry, by applying engineering concepts and tools to:
- Model, analyze, design, and implement a logistics system
- Address emerging challenges in the logistics industry with respect to the design and development of new logistics technology and application
- Operate, improve, and optimize a logistics system or supply chain network
Online Master of Science in Logistics Engineering (MSLE)
Mode of Delivery: Online
Logistics engineers understand the flow of management, company finances, transportation options including air, maritime, ground as well as the company culture and mission for both short-term and long-term goals. They also understand the need for security standards to safeguard product, commodities, and consumers.
Logistics Engineering is an emerging engineering field dedicated to an optimal design and operations of a logistics system that involves in forecast, procurement, transport, production, storage, distribution, and warehousing of materials and finished goods. It involves design and integration of material, information, and money flows throughout the supply chain in order to best support the goals of the organization. A logistics engineer needs to have in-depth knowledge of logistics operations, technology, and systems design techniques.