MS Engineering Management

Overview

The MS Engineering Management is specifically designed for engineers, scientists, and professionals who work closely with technical staff in technology-intensive organizations. The degree prepares students to advance from purely technical positions to supervisory responsibilities in areas such as research and development, production, engineering design, and technical marketing.

Courses in the program are offered both face-to-face and online through our High Engagement Classroom. This is a dynamic, high engagement learning experience that prioritizes collaboration between you and your classmates and professor. Every class you take comes with on-demand lectures, instructor notes, and supplementary resources, which can all be accessed online 24/7. This lets you review the material beforehand so that you’re prepared to engage with your peers and professor during class-time.

Additionally, our online courses are all available in an asynchronous format, and you are able to complete your coursework anytime and anywhere. This format is specifically designed for working professionals to earn their degrees while still managing their professional and personal lives.

Graduates of the program have found their degrees to be highly valued credentials. Many have advanced within their present organizations, while others have accepted responsibilities with new employers or gone on to start their own businesses.

Curriculum

The MS Engineering Management consists of 10 required courses in three primary domains: Engineering Management and Leadership; Quantitative Analysis; and Economics, Strategy and Financial Management. Additionally, students will take 5 elective courses to specialize in an area of interest. These elective courses may also be used towards specializations in areas such as Systems Engineering, Project Management, Healthcare Informatics, Business Analytics Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Marketing, and more.

For more detailed information about courses and course descriptions, please visit the Drexel University Course Catalog.

Apply Now

To apply to the face-to-face M.S. Engineering Management, please visit the Drexel Graduate Admissions page (Fall start only).

To apply to the online M.S. Engineering Management, please visit the Drexel Online application page (Fall, Winter, Spring, or Summer).

Note that students in the face-to-face program are permitted to take online courses, and vice-versa.