Graduate Degree Program in Engineering and Technology Management
|Graduate Program Information|
| Engineering and Technology Management
| Academic Calendar
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|Graduate Tuition and Fees|
| Engineering and Technology
|GRE General Test is required|
|GRE Subject Test is not required|
|GMAT will be accepted in lieu of GRE|
|TOEFL exam is required (international)|
|Average GRE Quantitative||155|
|Average GRE Verbal||152|
|Average GPA (4.0 scale)||3.66|
|Percent applicants accepted||72%|
The Engineering and Technology Management Program (ETM) offers you a practical alternative to the traditional MBA by emphasizing the fundamental principles of (1) engineering management - the science of planning, organizing, allocating resources, and directing and controlling activities that have an engineering component and (2) technology management - the study of alternative strategies for managing global technology development, acquisition and commercialization.
Expanding your ability to think critically about a wide range of cross-disciplinary issues and involving strong managerial aspects within the curriculum provides you a skill set that enables you to assume leadership roles in industry and government.
Fellowships and teaching assistantships are available through the Division of Economics & Business. If you would like to be considered for funding, the division suggests you apply before March 1 for fall admission and before October 1 for spring admission. If you are not requesting assistance, applications are reviewed up to the start of each semester. You are encouraged to apply by the deadline.
- Master of Science in Engineering and Technology Management (ETM)
Students in the ETM Program may select from one of two areas of degree specialization or choose from a blend of both: Operations/Engineering Management or Strategy and Innovation.
- Operations/Engineering Management
The Operations/Engineering Management specialization emphasizes valuable techniques for managing large engineering and technical projects effectively and efficiently. In addition, special emphasis is given to advanced operations research, optimization, and decision making techniques applicable to a wide array of business and engineering problems.
- Strategy and Innovation
The Strategy and Innovation specialization teaches the correct match between organizational strategies and structures to maximize the competitive power of technology. This specialization has a particular emphasis on management issues associated with the modern business enterprise.
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