Engineering Management (M.S.)
Mesa, Arizona 800-WILKES U, x6372 (T) or 570-408-MESA (T) Email
The Master of Science degree in Engineering Management serves industry professionals preparing for technology leadership. The program builds on Wilkes’ engineering strengths in analysis and quantitative modeling, and its business strengths in organizational leadership. Candidates learn to address the complexities of organizational performance and decision processes in project management, production, logistics, demand forecasting, project planning and quality improvement.
The Engineering Management program is dedicated to the successful development of upward-bound technical talent. Entering students enjoy a curricular breadth and flexibility unique to Wilkes University because the program leverages the leadership strengths of the University’s MBA.
The Engineering Management program requires 36-credits, which includes 27 credits of requires courses and 9 credits of elective coursework.
Engineering Management courses are offered in evenings and weekends blending face-to-face and online classes.
- Managerial growth; graduates will be able to understand and articulate the complex challenges of industry, and affect the accomplishment goals with clear explanation of decision processes. Graduates will be enabled to support and lead team-based business decision processes.
- Serve Industry; meet growing demand for operational competitiveness in an environment of rapidly evolving technologies. Abilities key to the success of technology-based businesses include proposal development, project management, process management and new product development. They require accounting for the uncertainties of demand forecasting, quality improvement processes, and project/process risk and process reliability.
- Provide flexibility; the engineering management program draws directly from pre-existing resources at Wilkes in engineering and business with a program that is more quantitative than the traditional MBA program, yet more strategic than a graduate engineering program.