MS EM Student Outcomes

The student outcomes of the master’s degree in Engineering Management are:

1. Students will have a graduate level proficiency in applying engineering management knowledge in engineering management decision making.

2. Students will have a graduate level proficiency in identifying, formulating, analyzing and solving managerial decision-making problems.

3. Students will have a graduate level proficiency in effectively interpreting, communicating and implementing managerial solutions of technical and non-technical problems.

4. Students will be able to recognize the need for and to engage in life-long learning.

5. Students will be able to understand professional and ethical responsibility.

6. Students will be able to understand different types of leadership in different types of organizational structures.

7. Students will have a graduate level proficiency in using techniques and skills in constructing lean solutions to organizational technical problems.

8. Students will have a graduate level proficiency in constructing economical, environmentally friendly and socially responsible managerial decisions.