Engineering Management Curriculum

The 36 unit master of engineering management is a part-time program designed for working professionals with 3+ years of work experience in an engineering field and candidates must have an engineering undergraduate degree.

Students can choose from courses in project planning and administration, operations analysis, systems engineering and more.

* These courses are required to earn a Graduate Certificate in Project Management.

Complete the required courses from the following list:

  • T55-502 Strategic Management of Technology
  • T55-521 Human Performance in Engineering
  • T55-522A Principles of Strategic Planning
  • T55-534A Principles of Operations Management
  • T55-535 Productivity & Quality Control
  • T81-535A Economics of Technology
  • T81-5503 Developing Leadership for Professionals
In addition to the core courses, students will choose electives focusing on Analysis or Project Management:

Select five of the following courses:

  • T40-511 Systems Engineering & Analysis
  • T40-542 Operations Analysis
  • T55-523A Project Planning and Administration*
  • T60-502 Financial Principles of the Company
  • T81-503D Applying Innovations in Organizations*
  • T81-5507 Strategies of Projects, Programs, and Portfolios
  • T81-5504 Foundations of Project Management*
  • T81-5505 Project Management Standards*
  • T81-509B Managing Teams & Projects*

Registration, Tuition Fees & Payment Policies

Qualified veterans: WashU School of Engineering & Applied Science and the VA will cover 100 percent of your graduate tuition.