Master of Science in the Field of Engineering Management (Online)
Earning an engineering management degree online can benefit professionals whether their experience is in technical or business-oriented roles, expanding on their skills and opening new career opportunities. Graduates apply the leadership principles and engineering skills they learn from GW to guide high-tech businesses toward sustainable growth and promote best practices.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 36 credits, including 24 credits in required courses and 12 credits in courses assigned by the advisor.
|EMSE 6001||The Management of Technical Organizations|
|EMSE 6099||Problems in Engineering Management and Systems Engineering|
|EMSE 6410||Survey of Finance and Engineering Economics|
|EMSE 6820||Program and Project Management|
|Other required courses|
|EMSE 6020||Decision Making with Uncertainty|
|EMSE 6801||Systems Engineering I|
|EMSE 6810||Systems Analysis and Management|
|EMSE 6825||Project Cost and Quality Management|
|Four courses (12 credits) assigned by the advisor.|