FIU's online Master of Science in Engineering Management offers a fast track to engineering leadership by developing managers who understand both the engineering and business aspects of technology. Advance your engineering career with our flexible program that combines technical, law, and business courses.
Through the Total Quality Management course, graduates of this program are well prepared for certifications such as: Project Management Professional, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. In addition, the Enterprise Systems Track includes preparation for SAP certification.
Lead change within organizations with the Enterprise Systems Track, which offers a well-rounded mix of instruction and preparation for certifications to equip students with the skills needed to successfully run a business. Beyond concepts and theory, this track provides students with methods to improve systems for efficiency and profitability.
Learn to apply business principles, law and technology to engineering through simulation. The General Track provides students with a complete overview of operational industrial systems including valuable TQM (Total Quality Management) training to prepare for Six Sigma Black Belt certification and instruction to prepare for Project Management Professional certification.
The Production and Manufacturing Track leans on engineering principles and adds coursework that focuses on the production of manufactured goods including the design and function for maximum quality, planning and control from start to finish. Students will learn how to use automation while they ensure quality and efficiency.
Designed for students with an entrepreneurial spirit, the Engineering Entrepreneurship Track amasses courses on manufacturing process design, production, business strategy and technology to formulate sound business plans that drive organizations to succeed. Graduates will gain the tools needed to implement new industrial systems methods to compete in today’s market.
The Logistics Engineering Track marries core engineering and logistics courses for students who want to become managers with extra logistics skills. Students learn about inventory management as well as production planning and can choose their area of focus through electives that compile comprehensive instruction for modern organizations.
If you’re looking for a more intense role, or that promotion to a management position with an engineering company or business, then this graduate degree is right for you. Expand your skill set and prepare for new career opportunities as a team leader who is confidently prepared to manage.