The Engineering Management Program focuses on developing an individual’s engineering, science and management skills so they can succeed in a technology driven environment. There is a growing need for engineers that can build multi-disciplinary design teams, then lead those teams to solve technical and business challenges. The Iowa State University Master of Engineering in Engineering Management Program is designed to train leaders who can meet both the technical and managerial challenges in developing modern complex engineered systems. The program can be completed on line or in residence, part-time or full-time.
Why an Engineering Management Masters Degree?
ISU’s Engineering Management graduate degree is often the best option for BS degreed engineers looking to get an MBA. While 5 of the ten courses in our program are selected from the MBA program at ISU’s world renowned business college, the remaining 5 courses in our coursework only masters degree are chosen from our Systems Engineering program. These are courses that cover topics in IT systems, Project Management, System Requirements, Operations, and Architecture definition, Quality and Ergonomics. These are courses more effectively targeted to the skills and background of engineers working within highly technical fields.
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The Engineering Management Masters program is a 30 credit program, which can be completed in as little as two years for approximately $22,000*. Out of state students receive the in-state rate of tuition, making this an incredible value! Visit our tuition and fees page for details or call 515-294-7470 for more information.
*Tuition and fees are subject to change.
Unrestricted admission requires (1) a 3.0 grade point average from an ABET accredited undergraduate engineering program, (2) two years of engineering experience or current full-time employment as an engineer, (3) calculus, engineering statistics, and engineering economy. A GRE is not required for this program.
Applicants for admission to the Engineering Management Program apply through the Graduate College at Iowa State University. Each applicant must submit:
- Application and application fee
- Official academic transcripts
- Three letters of recommendation
Applications should be submitted as early as possible before the beginning of the semester for which admission is sought. Individuals may also take up to 9 credits at Iowa State as a non-degree seeking student and then transfer them to the program when they are admitted.
The Master of Engineering in Engineering Management Program at Iowa State University is focused on supporting working professionals so teaching or research assistantships typically are not available.
Degree Requirements – Effective 2017-2018
Engineering Management Intro/Core Courses (required first year)
- IE 563. Engineering Management Theory (Fall) – IE 563 Syllabus
- IE 565. Systems Engineering and Analysis (Spring) – IE 565 Syllabus
Engineering Management Core (required)
- IE 570. Systems Engineering and Project Management (Spring) – IE 570 Syllabus
- MGMT 583. Strategic Management of Innovation (Spring) – MGMT 583 Syllabus
- SCM 524. Strategic Process Analysis and Improvement (Fall) – SCM 524 Syllabus
- ACCT 581. Accounting for Decision Making (Spring)
- IE 541. Inventory Control & Production Planning (Spring)
- IE 561. Continuous Quality Improvement of Process (Alt. Fall (Even)) – IE 561 Syllabus
- IE 560. Engineering Risk Analysis (Alt. Fall (Odd)) – IE 560 Syllabus
- IE 564. Decision Analysis in System Design (Spring) – IE 564 Syllabus
- Con E 380. Engineering Law (Summer)
- FIN 501. Financial Valuation & Corporate Financial Decisions (Spring) – Fin 501 Syllabus
- MGMT 503. Professional Responsibility in Business & Society (Fall) – MGMT 503 Syllabus
- MKT 501. Marketing (Alt. Fall (Even)) – MKT 501 Syllabus
Optional Course (must be ISU Graduate Level course)
* Elective courses are subject to change
Note: Students typically are allowed to transfer up to 6 credit hours of non-ISU graduate credit into their degree program.
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|Please see the Systems Engineering & Engineering Management Student Handbook for complete information.|