Master of Engineering Management, Project Management Track

The Master of Engineering Management program, Project Management Track, is a preparatory coursework-only non-degree program oriented toward students who wish to gain introductory knowledge in the management of engineering projects. Project management is a critical requirement for successful industrial, construction, and other engineering projects. 

Students with a variety of academic backgrounds are eligible to apply for the program, including those with undergraduate degrees in engineering disciplines (e.g., architectural, civil, mechanical, or environmental engineering) and non-engineering disciplines (e.g., architecture, construction management, or others).


Core Courses (12)
EMGT 470Project Management3
EMGT 523Statistical Analysis of Engineering Data3
EMGT 574Economic Decision Analysis in Engineering3
EMGT 575Systems Analysis in Engineering3
Project-Based Course with Report (3)
Select one of the following courses: CAE 597, ARCE 597, ENVE 597, MMAE 597, ECE 597, BME 597, ChEE 597, CS 5973
Project Management Courses (9)
Select nine credit hours from the following courses:9
Strategic Management (Project-Based Course with Report)3
Business Statistics3
Construction Contract Administration3
Transportation Asset Management3
Legal Issues in Civil Engineering3
Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property Management3
Energy, Environment, and Economics3
Industrial Leadership3
Negotiations and Strategic Decision Making3
Statistical Quality and Process Control3
Statistical Quality and Process Control
Applications in Reliability Engineering I3
Applications in Reliability Engineering II3
Elective Courses (6)
Select six credit hours from any 500-level BME, CHE, CAE, ECE, EG, ENVE, or MMAE engineering course.6
Total Credit Hours30