The Engineering Management program develops engineers and other technically trained individuals for leadership roles in a technologically based, project-oriented enterprises. Engineering Management is a balanced program that applies engineering principles to managerial functions. The program provides engineering and technical professionals with broad-based knowledge and skills to succeed as organizational managers and project managers, from conceptualization through implementation. Students who graduate with a Master's in Engineering Management will work as project leads and managers for engineering and technology based companies.






Related Career Titles for Engineering Management

Acquisitions Planner


Associate Engineer



Building & Facilities Coordinator

Business Analyst

Capital Planner Chairman

Chief of Industrial Engineering Branch

Chief of Readiness for Civil Engineering

College and University Professor

Construction Supervisor


Contract Buyer/Administration

Counter Intelligence Platoon Leader

Customer Service Representative

Data Analyst

Department Head

Department Manager

Deputy Manager

Design Engineer

Director Business of Management

Director of Design & Development

Director of Marketing and Sales

Director of Manufacturing Plant Operations

Director of Operations

Director of Procurement & Customer Service

Electronic Commerce Project Manger

Employee Relations Department Manager

Engineering and Design Consultant

Engineering Sales

Engineering Specialist

Engineering Technician

Executive Vice President

Facility Manager

Financial Analyst

General Administrator

Group Marketing Manager

Head of Quality Programs Branch

Head Computer Operations

High School Teacher

Hospital Administrator

Manager of Manufacturing

Manager of Marketing and Planning

Manager of Measurement

Manager of Waste Clean-up

Manager of Petroleum Systems

Manager of Production Engineering

Manager of Information Systems

Manufacturing Engineer

Manufacturing Manager

Manufacturing Team Manager

Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor

Materials Manager

Plant Manager

President, CEO and Founder


Production Supervisor

Quality Assurance Manager

Quality Assurance Engineer

Senior Manufacturing Technologist

Senior Research Engineer

Service Industrial Engineering. Manager

Software Engineer


Systems Engineering Manager

Technical Sales Engineer 

Industries That Hire Engineering Management Majors





Retail Outlets

Financial Investment Companies


Waste Management & Remediation Services

Wholesale Trade Organizations

Petroleum & Coal Product Manufacturers

Scientific Research & Development Services

Aerospace Product Companies

Building, Developing, & General Contractors

Chemical Companies

Local and State Governments

Federal Government

Engineering Firms

Consultant Companies

Computer Companies

Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component Manufacturing

Telecommunications Companies

Colleges and Universities

High Schools


Personal Care Product Companies

Automobile Manufacturing Companies

Transportation Services


Transportation and Distribution Companies


U.S. Dept. of Defense



Web Sites For Engineering Management Majors


The American Society for Engineering Management


IEE Management


IEEE EMS Homepage


American Society for Engineering Management



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