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School of Engineering and Computer Science
Engineering Management

Chris Wagner, Associate Professor
Phone: (248) 370-2215

MS In Engineering Management

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Overview
The Masters in Engineering Management (MEM) is offered by the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department in cooperation with the School of Business Administration. The program has as its goal the provision of the tools and skills necessary for making sound management decisions in industry and business while retaining one’s commitment to a specialized engineering field of endeavor.
The MEM program is open to any engineer.

The competitive advantage of Oakland University’s MEM program is its flexible curriculum. This flexibility provides students the ability to tailor the program to enhance their individual career needs.

Oakland University was ranked in the top 50 Online Master's of Engineering Management Programs in 2016 by Top Management Degrees.
Curriculum

The online Master's in Engineering Management (MEM) imparts the knowledge necessary to successfully manage in environments where technologies are essential to success. The online MEM program has a flexible curriculum that consists of 5-6 engineering courses and 4-5 management courses. Courses are grouped into four areas:

1. Engineering Courses - select 4 courses from:
  • ISE 580 E-Commerce and ERP
  • ISE 585 Statistical Quality Analysis
  • ISE 587 Foundations of Systems Engineering I
  • ISE 680 Engineering Decision Analysis
  • Additional engineering courses to be announced
2. Management Courses - select 4 School of Business Administration courses from:
  • ACC 511 Financial Accounting
  • MGT 550 Legal Environment in Business
  • FIN 533 Financial Management
  • MKT 560 Marketing Management
  • ORG 530 Organizational Behavior
  • POM 521 Operations Management
3. Elective Course - select 1 course from:
  • ACC 512 Managerial Accounting
  • ECN 521 Economics for Managers (prerequisite: courses in micro and macro economics)
  • Any fifth course from the lists of Engineering or Management courses above
4. Theory Course:
  • ISE 517 Statistical Methods in Engineering

The program is for Engineers with a bachelor’s degree from any field of engineering - Industrial and Systems, Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Civil, etc. No preparatory courses are required.

You may enter the program at any time of the year and begin taking online classes in either September, January or May due to the flexible nature of the course requirements.
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