Master of Science in Engineering Management
National University

Program Details

Today’s competitive, global, and technical environment needs qualified professionals to manage development in an increasingly complex world. If you’re an engineer, scientist, or technologist interested in managing engineering and development, the Master of Science in Engineering Management program will prepare you for this role. The program’s four specializations project/program management, systems engineering, technology management, or enterprise architecture introduce you to a broad perspective of modern technology and high-quality, graduate-level instruction. By demonstrating proficiency in the custom-designed mix of management concepts and technical expertise taught in the program, you’ll be in the forefront of the engineering management discipline. Unlike a traditional MBA program, this one emphasizes management skills specifically built on a student’s technical background and experience. Leadership in this well-recognized profession is a highly sought skill in the competitive global technological marketplace.

Program highlights:

  • Entire program can be completed online
  • Demonstrate quantitative analytical and critical thinking skills and techniques to manage projects and processes
  • Take a multidisciplinary approach using the integration of engineering, management, quality, and risk analysis in projects and processes
  • Apply global thinking and detailed business knowledge for engineering management solutions
  • Establish yourself as an important member of a building team


  • Must hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited college or university
  • An overall GPA of 2.5, or where a GPA of 2.75 or higher was achieved in the last 90 quarter units
  • Students with a GPA of 2.0 to 2.49 may be admitted to the University if they have a satisfactory score on one of the following tests:
    • GMAT
    • GRE
    • MAT
    • or an approved, standardized program-specific exam

School Accreditation Statement

Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission