Engineering Management Curriculum

The 30-unit master of engineering management is available for full-time or part-time students. The degree is designed for individuals with an engineering or allied sciences undergraduate degree.

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

Complete the required courses from the following list:

  • Accounting & Financial Management for Engineers (T55-541)
  • Decision Processes & Tools (T55-505)
  • Engineering Managment (T55-504)
  • Human Performance for Organizations: Leadership, Innovation & Communication
  • Product & Service Design and Development (T55-510)
  • Product & Service Requirements Management (T55-506)
  • Foundations of Project Management (T81-5504)
  • Capstone (T55-585)
In addition to the focus courses, students will choose electives from a variety of courses:
  • Project Planning and Administration (T55-523A)
  • Financial Principles of the Company (T60-502)
  • Applying Innovations in Organizations (T81-503D)
  • Strategies of Projects, Programs, and Portfolios (T81-5507)
  • Foundations of Project Management (T81-5504)
  • Project Management Standards (T81-5505)
  • Managing Teams & Projects (T81-509B)

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

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