Southern New Hampshire University has partnered with Worcester Polytechnic Institute, one of the nation's most prestigious private technological universities, to offer SNHU's online Master of Business Administration in Engineering Management program. This innovative online MBA program was developed by SNHU to meet the marketplace demand for managers who can effectively lead engineering departments, professionals and enterprises in a technical environment.
The MBA in Engineering Management online program will provide you with the foundational, interdisciplinary experience of a comprehensive MBA paired with a specialized education in engineering management. Developed and taught by WPI faculty, the online engineering management courses focus on integrating systems thinking concepts and systems engineering practices. You'll learn how to make informed and successful business decisions that foster improved efficiency, performance and effectiveness in highly technical, engineering environments.
An innovative, high-quality advanced degree, the online MBA in Engineering Management program is one of the most affordable MBAs in the nation and can be completed in less than two years. This MBA is perfect for professionals seeking leadership roles within engineering or technology firms and who want a better understanding of how to collaborate and communicate with engineering teams. A professional background in engineering or undergraduate degree in engineering is not required for admission.
Professional resume. Undergraduate transcripts. Bachelor degree is required.
Accreditation & Licensing
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
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