Engineering Management Curriculum

The 30-unit Masters in Engineering Management degree is available for full-time or part-time study.

The 15-unit graduate certificate in Engineering Management is also offered and can be transferred into the degree program at any time.

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

Required Courses (7 courses)

  • Engineering Management & Financial Intelligence (T55-504) *
  • Decision-Making & Optimization (T55-505) *
  • Technology Strategy & Marketing (T55-506) *
  • MEM Capstone (T55-585)
  • Understanding Emerging & Disruptive Technologies (T55-510) *
  • Human Performance in the Organization (T54-583)
  • Project Planning Methodologies (T54-523)
  • Fundamentals of Information Technology (T81-506)
  • Foundations of Analytics (T81-574)
  • Enterprise Data Management (T81-575)
  • Analytics Applications (T81-576)
  • Applied Data Science for Practitioners (T81-577)

Computer Science & Security

  • Introduction to Cybersecurity (T83-559)
  • The Hacker Mindset: Cyber Attack Fundamentals (T83-567)
  • Programming Concepts & Practice (E81-501N)
  • Fundamentals of Computer Science (E81-502N)
  • Cybersecurity Technical Fundamentals (T83-560)
  • Developing Leadership for Professionals (T54-582)
  • Group Dynamics in Project Team Performance (T54-585)
  • Communication Excellence for Influential Leadership (T54-584)
  • CEL Entrepreneur Consulting Team (B63-550X)
  • Cross –Cultural Negotiation (T54-586)
  • Hands-On with Traditional Project Management (T54-524)
  • Project Management the Agile Way (T54-525)
  • The Art & Science of Risk Management (T54-526)
  • Strategies of Projects, Programs & Portfolios (T54-527)
  • Facilitation Skills/Change Management (T71-502)
  • Lean Healthcare Concepts, Tools & Lean Management (T71-503)
  • Six Sigma Concepts & Tools (T71-504)
  • Legal Aspects of Construction (T64-572)
  • Fundamentals of Construction Management (T64-573)
  • Construction Cost Estimating (T64-523A)

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

**This program qualifies as a STEM program.

Although certificate programs do not qualify for federal loan programs, loans are still available for the master's degrees. For more information, contact Johanna Sengheiser (jsengheiser@wustl.edu).