Candidates for the Master of Engineering Management degree must
satisfactorily complete 33 semester hours of approved coursework, or 24
semester hours of approved coursework plus the completion of an accepted
thesis (MEM 690, six credits).
Many program arrangements meeting the requirements for the Master of
Engineering Management degree are possible.
Students are free to take any of the approved courses for which they meet the
Master of Engineering Management / Master of Civil Engineering: Dual degrees
A dual degree allows a student to pursue two degrees simultaneously.
- The student needs to be accepted in both programs.
- Up to 12 credits of cross-listed or approved courses may be applied to
- Each degree will be conferred separately upon completion of all
requirements for that specific program.
For detailed information about all requirements for the degree and policies
concerning the MEM program, please see the academic catalog.
Core requirements (18 Credits)
||Survey of finance (3)
||Accounting for managerial decision-making (3)
||Systems engineering management - planning (3)
||Systems engineering management - design (3)
||Project management - a holistic approach (3)
||Engineering law (3)
Electives (15 credits, or six credits for thesis option)
Students must take 15 credits of approved electives in the MEM, MCE, or
MBA program, with course numbers at the 500 level or above. However, if a
six credit thesis course is completed, six elective credits are needed. MEM
||Industrial engineering (3)
||Biomechanical and instrumentation in ergonomics (3)
||Managerial and engineering economy (3)
||Seminar in management information and control systems (3)
||Human resource management (3)
||Marketing for engineers (3)
||Quality control (3)
||Construction and consultant estimating (3)
||Environmental management (3)
||Construction management (3)
||Construction contact management (3)
||Special topics (3)
Thesis (six credits)
If the student opts to complete a six credit thesis, six additional
elective credits are required for graduation.