The Master of Science in Engineering Management program at Kettering University gives you the business skills, knowledge and attitudes needed to be successful in managing engineering and technical projects and teams.


Overview

Through dedicated studies (blending topics of traditional business areas with technical coursework in engineering), and through added opportunities for sponsored real-world work experience, you will have an unmatched environment for gaining expertise in general business management and mastering the tools needed to succeed. You are able to customize the MSEM program to meet your goals by selecting one of our unique concentrations — or by creating your own.

Concentrations

  • Operations Management
  • Supply Chain and ERP
  • Technical Engineering Electives

Objectives

  • Graduating students will have an integrated knowledge of engineering management and demonstrated ability to perform as management professionals. They will be prepared for continued learning throughout their careers.
  • Students will have the positive perspectives and skills that create productive employees and managerial leaders

Requirements

Masters of Science in Engineering Management applicants must have a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from an approved ABET-accredited engineering (not technology), computing program or be a Kettering University graduate with a degree other than management or business. You may start this program during any of our four terms. The MSEM program does not require a thesis.

The MSEM program consists of a total of ten courses (40 credit hours) which includes six core courses plus four elective courses, allowing you to customize your program to meet your professional needs. Your future competitive advantage can be built right into your studies.