Dr. Anthony F. Gilberti, DTE
Chair, Engineering Technology Department
The Master of Science degree in Engineering Management (MSET) is a 30-credit, online graduate program designed to provide the knowledge and skills to work in management positions in business, engineering, and industry. The program has an emphasis in designing innovative engineering and technology solutions and applications.
$511 per credit hour (resident)
Finish in as little as 1 calendar year
30 credit hours
The mission of the Master of Science degree in Engineering Management is to prepare business, engineering, and technology leaders capable of analyzing and improving operational performance using engineering and technology strategies. This is accomplished by linking concepts of engineering and technology with business management and organizational skills. To meet this mission, individuals engage in industrial problems involving applied research, resource allocation, technological systems, managing change and innovation, technology transfer, forecasting, and quality improvement.
This program of study is unique, as it provides a blend of advanced engineering concepts and strategies to improve operational performance. The Master of Science degree in Engineering Management concentrates on improving quality, implementing total quality management, project management, Six-Sigma, and designing engineering and technological solutions in an economical manner. Continuous process improvement, meeting engineering and technology strategies, managing technological change, and applied research are the hallmarks of this program of study.
The Engineering Management degree program prepares graduates to:
Graduates of the program may be employed in engineering firms, business and governmental organizations, and in specific enterprises involving manufacturing, production, construction, energy utilization, and conversion.
If you’re ready to take the lead in an engineering-related field and ready to pursue a rewarding career, request more information, or apply now. And if you have any questions, feel free to contact Dr. Anthony F. Gilberti (see contact information on the left).