There is a new need for organizations to integrate technical, managerial and business skills to solve complex problems. Engineers pursuing career growth into management need to be able to strategize, assess risk and manage global operations. This curriculum prepares individuals to think strategically, be innovative and make decisions in a team format.

Contact:Holly Stanwich
Phone:314-935-5835
Email:hstanwich@wustl.edu
Website:https://sever.wustl.edu/degreeprograms/engineering-management

Master of Engineering Management

Total units required: 36

Required Courses: 21 units
ETEM 502Strategic Management of Technology3
ETEM 521Human Performance in Engineering3
ETEM 522APrinciples of Strategic Planning3
ETEM 534APrinciples of Operations Management3
ETEM 535Productivity & Quality Control3
INFO 535AEconomics of Technology3
INFO 5503Developing Leadership for Professionals3
Elective Courses: Choose 15 units
ETEM 523AProject Planning and Administration3
GSever 502Financial Principles of the Company3
INFO 503DApplying Innovations within Organizations3
INFO 509BManaging Teams and Projects3
INFO 5504Project Management Fundamentals3
INFO 5505Project Management Standards3
INFO 5507Strategies of Projects, Programs and Portfolios3
SYSIN 511Systems Engineering and Analysis3
SYSIN 542Operations Analysis3