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2015-2016 Graduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Engineering Management, MS


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The program leading to the Master of Science degree in Engineering Management (MSEM) is interdisciplinary. It is administered by the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and the College of Engineering and Computer Science, with the cooperative support of the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.

The MSEM degree program is designed for practicing engineers and scientists who have or seek increased managerial and leadership responsibilities. The degree program provides a balanced field of knowledge in management theory and practices, statistics, quality control, finance, economics, information/data management, and legal issues. With proper selection of courses, technical competence in a particular area can be strengthened as well. Course electives can be chosen to customize your program of study to meet specific career goals.

The degree requires a total of 36 semester course credits consisting of 24 core course credits and 12 technical elective credits. At least one half of the courses for the M.S. degree program must be at 600 level or above. The student’s program is planned with a faculty advisor. Each program will be designed to meet the needs of the student, taking into consideration background and experience.

For more information, contact Frederick Carranti, Engineering Management Program, 263 Link Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY 13244-1240; 315-443-4346 or 315-443-4367, carranti@syr.edu.

Core Requirements


Technical Specialization Cluster


Four courses that form an integrated sequence will be selected by students, with advisors’ approval, to enhance their area of technical specialization within the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Courses must be graduate-level from selections within the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

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