M.S. Engineering Management

The purpose of the Engineering Management master’s degree is to educate individuals with a technical undergraduate background who are in or aspire to assume a management role in a technologically based, project-oriented environment within an industrial, engineering, service or government organization.

Summary

By drawing on the diverse resources available through the university and surrounding industry, the M.S. in Engineering Management program develops engineers and other technically trained individuals for leadership roles in a technologically based enterprise.

Graduates of the M.S. in Engineering Management program have:

  • Skills in such areas as project management and control, cost estimating, financial analysis, total quality management and human resources management.
  • An ability to connect textbook and classroom content to real-world applications.
  • The ability to manage technical/engineering projects and programs.
  • The ability to climb the managerial ladder within their organization. 

Students pursuing this program are expected to meet the following learning outcomes:

  • Use engineering, financial, information and human resources tools to achieve the on time and within budget completion of projects.
  • Successfully use professional communication, organization and time management skills.
  • Problem-solve both as an individual and as part of a team.
  • Identify and utilize evidence-based resources and information.
  • Recognize and utilize the best practices relevant to the student’s discipline.
  • Act professionally and ethically.

Core Faculty

Jonathan Smitherson

Abdel-Malek, Layek

Abdel-Malek, Layek
Official
MEC 330
Jonathan Smitherson

Abdou, George

Associte Professor/Co-op Advisor

Abdou, George
Associte Professor/Co-op Advisor, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Official
ME 306
Jonathan Smitherson

Bladikas, Athanassios

Program Director & Advisor,BS IE,MS EM,TRAN Prgms.

Bladikas, Athanassios
Program Director & Advisor,BS IE,MS EM,TRAN Prgms., Industrial Manufact. Eng.
Official
208 MEC
Jonathan Smitherson

Buyuktahtakin-Toy, Ismet Esra

Associate Professor

Buyuktahtakin-Toy, Ismet Esra
Associate Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department
Official
5701b GITC
Jonathan Smitherson

Cai, Wenbo

Assistant Professor

Cai, Wenbo
Assistant Professor, mechanical enginerring
Official
308 mec
Jonathan Smitherson

Das, Sanchoy K.

Professor & Graduate Advisor IE, MNE, HSM & PSM

Das, Sanchoy K.
Professor & Graduate Advisor IE, MNE, HSM & PSM, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Official
329 ME Building
Jonathan Smitherson

Ranky, Paul G.

Full Tenured Professor, PhD

Ranky, Paul G.
Full Tenured Professor, PhD, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, and IT / IS
Official
ME 310, NJIT, Newark
Jonathan Smitherson

Tricamo, Stephen J.

Professor

Tricamo, Stephen J.
Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Official
MEC Building, Room 314

Advisement

Jonathan Smitherson

Bladikas, Athanassios

Program Director & Advisor,BS IE,MS EM,TRAN Prgms.

Bladikas, Athanassios
Program Director & Advisor,BS IE,MS EM,TRAN Prgms., Industrial Manufact. Eng.
Official
208 MEC