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The MS in Engineering Management at New Jersey Institute of Technology is ideal for those wishing to become Chief Executives Officers in large companies and corporations. It prepares students with the skills and knowledge needed to pursue managerial roles in any workplace, national and global.
NJIT's College of Engineering and School of Management both offer courses for the MS in Engineering Management degree program. All courses prepare students with background in theoretical and practical aspects of managing technical and engineering projects. Students will use case studies, role playing and projects to supplement course information.
Program requirements include 18 credit hours of core courses and 12 credit hours for the additional Cost Engineering specialization. Core courses offered include, Management Accounting, Management Science, Project Management, Organizational Behavior, Total Quality Management, and Decision Support Systems for Managers. Those who choose to specialize in Cost Engineering will take courses in Legal Aspects in Construction, Project Control, Cost Estimating for Capital Projects and Corporate Finance.
Courses are offered completely online, partially online, and on campus. NJIT's campus is in Newark, New Jersey, only a 20-minute train ride to New York City. Online courses are highly interactive and encourage thoughtful and frequent communication between students and faculty. All classes offered either online or on campus are taught from highly qualified professors who are leaders and professionals in their field.
Prospective students wishing to apply for admission into NJIT's MS in Engineering Management degree program must hold an undergraduate degree in engineering, the sciences or a related area of study. Students must all have at least a 2.8 cumulative grade point average in all undergraduate course work.
Students must have an undergraduate degree in engineering, the sciences or a closely related area.
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