Engineering Management Master of Engineering (M.E.) – Engineering Management Specialization

Degree Overview

Online Master's in Engineering Management

Online master's in engineering management from CSU

Gain the industry-specific skills you need to advance your career and move into positions of leadership. CSU's program blends engineering processes with business elements to give you the perfect combination of management concepts with a technical focus.

You will receive practical managerial experience guided by expert faculty from Colorado State University's renowned engineering and business colleges. CSU's College of Engineering is designated as a Carnegie Doctoral Research Extensive University, and the College of Business online graduate programs placed in the top tier of the nation's distance education offerings, according to U.S. News and World Report.

What you learn in the program

Learn what it takes to manage engineering teams, projects, and business interfaces so you are capable of making the critical decisions for advancing product development. Topics of study include:

  • Quantitative business analysis
  • Organizational communication
  • Financial principles and practice
  • Marketing management
  • Contemporary issues in the field

The curriculum maps to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Knowledge Base standards, so you benefit from coursework based on professional standards and industry demand. CSU's online master's in engineering management gives you the tools to master concepts in:

  • Engineering project management and maintenance
  • Business analysis, communication, finance, and marketing
  • Systems engineering foundations and architecture
  • Procurement and supply chain management

Gain practical experience with real-world scenarios

This engineering management master's utilizes faculty experiences and industry connections to bring real-world examples into the online curriculum. Through hands-on projects, you will have the opportunity to help produce solutions for your current employer while receiving guidance from faculty.

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