Develop a solid interdisciplinary approach to the management of engineering projects in fields that promote innovation, such as management of technology, entrepreneurship, financial engineering
- Build on your engineering background and quantitative abilities to advance your knowledge in project and resource management, finance, risk analysis and mitigation, and information management
Learn to optimize the performance of complex systems, such as logistics, manufacturing, construction, finance, infrastructure, and healthcare systems
- Hone life-long soft skills in leadership, critical thinking, and interdisciplinary collaboration and teamwork
Length of Program: 12 to 20 months
Format: Fully Online (Asynchronous)
Curriculum: 11 courses
Next Start Date: September 2021
Your Learning Journey
The EM program offers a flexible and interactive online delivery of the curriculum within a structured learning path. The program requires the successful completion of 11 courses, equivalent to 33 credit hours. To best suit your needs as a working professional, you can choose to complete the program on a full-time or part-time basis.
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To be eligible for this program, you should have an undergraduate bachelor's degree in engineering or architecture (BE or its equivalent) with an average of 3.2 or higher GPA on the AUB Scale (or equivalent) in the last two years of study. This requirement may be waived for applicants with strong work experience and/or high scores on relevant standardized exams such as the GRE.