The tools you need to guide your career.
UNT’s graduate program in Engineering Management will give you the skills, and edge, you need to advance your career. Our interdisciplinary degree program builds on the strength of combining an engineering core with the business management competencies that are valued by industry.
UNT's Master of Science degree in Engineering Management allows students to be active collaborators in their education and study a specialty area of their choice in addition to the core requirements. Students in our program have the opportunity to pursue a specialty in Construction Management or Energy.
According to research conducted by EAB, from September 2016 to February 2019, regional job postings for master’s-level engineering management professionals increased 172 percent, highlighting the increasing industry demand for engineering managers within the field.
A Strong Foundation
Our program is open to high-achieving students from engineering, computer science, or a related field. The Master of Science in Engineering Management teaches the competencies to design experiments with high level of statistical validity and make sound decisions in managing technical and non-technical projects. UNT Students can now take classes towards their Master of Science in Engineering Management though UNT at Frisco.
Students can choose from concentration areas of Construction Management or Energy. Graduates will be ready to :
- Develop design of experiments for Six Sigma and associated methodologies for cost and quality improvement in process and product engineering
- Manage the development of engineering projects and their human and societal impacts
- Engage in strategic and entrepreneurship activities
What is it like:
Students are required to take 21 hours of core course work and 12 hours in their chosen concentration. Students will discover methods of experiment design, innovation, team management and coordination, product quality and reliability.
Courses available at UNT at Frisco in Fall 2020:
- MSET 5020 - Design of Experiments
- MSET 5050 - Supervision of Projects in Engineering Technology
Next steps for applicants:
- Apply to the Toulouse Graduate School at UNT.
- Submit transcripts that demonstrate a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA in previous coursework
- Supply GRE scores. GRE may be waived for students who graduated from an ABET-accredited degree program or have a GPA of 3.3 or higher
- Provide a resumé to reflect experience in engineering if the bachelor’s degree is not obviously related to engineering, computer science, or a related field
- Email Morgan Anderson for more information.