Master's in Engineering Management
The scope and complexity of engineering work and responsibilities have changed dramatically over the past few years. As engineers grow into management and leadership positions, the focus of their work becomes less functional and more strategic. In these senior engineering roles, it is integral that professionals not only possess deep technical knowledge, but also a high level of emotional intelligence and leadership skills.
The Georgetown University Master’s in Engineering Management is designed to shape the next generation of successful leaders and decision-makers in high-tech organizations and departments. Ideal for emerging and mid-level professionals with an engineering or technically related background, the program will augment your existing knowledge with business acumen, strategic thinking, and ethical leadership skills.
Number of Credits: 33Number of Credits
Enrollment: Full-time or part-timeEnrollment
Full-time or part-time
Duration: 2 to 5 yearsDuration
2 to 5 years
Semester of Entry: Fall, spring, summerSemester of Entry
Fall, spring, summer
Our program bridges the gap between traditional engineering curricula and MBA curricula, bringing together focused coursework and practical, hands-on experience in the engineering hub of Washington, D.C. Led by a faculty of seasoned industry practitioners, our courses examine contemporary engineering management practices with an emphasis on ethics, strategy, and leadership development. Outside of class, you’ll have opportunities to apply your skills through real-world client engagements and case studies with some of the world’s top engineering and technology firms.
Our goal is to produce “X-shaped” engineering graduates who possess deep disciplinary knowledge along with the leadership, strategic thinking skills, and keen ability to collaborate within a diverse workforce.”
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Our goal is to produce “X-shaped” engineering graduates who possess deep disciplinary knowledge along with the leadership, strategic thinking skills, and keen ability to collaborate within a diverse workforce.”Georgios Moschoglou, Ph.D., Faculty Director Master's in Engineering Management
Ideal for working professionals, our program is designed to fit your schedule. We offer options for full- or part-time participation and classes held on weekday evenings, so you can earn your degree at a pace that suits your needs—without interrupting your career.
By the end of the program, you’ll have the well-rounded expertise needed to develop innovative solutions and successfully lead teams, departments, and organizations.
*Tuition for the Summer 2020, Fall 2020, and Spring 2021 terms will be available in early 2020.