Ever-evolving technologies — from e-commerce to telecommunications — are transforming how and where we work. Professionals who understand these game-changing shifts similarly recognize our need for newer forms of management. That recognition leads them to the School of Engineering's MS program in Management (MSM).

The program is defined by a pragmatic, results-oriented approach emphasizing the integration of people and technology, which we achieve through courses designed to help you develop decision-making skills. Even subjects such as accounting, finance, and marketing are taught not as special areas of expertise, but as basic tools for managerial decision-making in a tech-heavy, knowledge-based workplace.

You’ll build on such core competencies by focusing on 1 of the following concentrations:

  • Construction Management
  • Design Innovation
  • Electronic Business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Human Resource Management
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Information and Telecommunications Management
  • Project Management
  • Technology Management
  • Custom Concentration (only with pre-approval of the MSM Program Director)

By the program’s end, you’ll be able to allocate and direct human, financial, and physical resources, as well as technological and organizational assets, for maximum performance.

Best of all, you can learn these skills while maintaining a busy career since classes are typically scheduled after regular business hours.

Admission Requirements

Satisfactory scores on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or an acceptable equivalent test, such as the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), may be requested to support admission.

The program requires some fundamental knowledge of probability and statistics. Students without such a background are required to take a managerial probability and statistics course such as MA 2054, MG 5050, or its equivalent. Students with this background may apply to waive this requirement.

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