Engineer management is for those who see how the world of technology and innovation connect with business enterprise, and the leadership of people and projects. Building on theoretical and practical engineering applications, engineering management aims to incorporate data analytics, personnel management, project management, entrepreneurship and ultimately prepare problem solvers who are also team builders and strategic resource managers.
Engineers from this concentration may work in any industry: from healthcare, construction, to retail, technology, financial and energy sectors, consumer products and so many more.
Their work may include: leading operations in manufacturing management to developing and defining optimized logistics supply chains. Their skills are also valued in technical consulting, particularly in areas of operations improvement, continuous improvement, and quality.
Plan of Study
From engineer to fashion designer
Danielle Render, '17 MDE Engineering Management and Outstanding Service Award recipient
Last Updated: September 16, 2020