MASTER OF ENGINEERING (ME) IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW 

The Master (ME) in Engineering Management is a graduate program combining the up-to-date technology of engineering projects with management skills to give working professionals the competitive edge in a fast changing global environment.  As an international hub of world class engineering projects, Dubai is the perfect place to undertake such a program.  This concentration enables you to cover the dual aspects of being an engineering manager, both as a technologist and a business expert and will provide you with a thorough background in areas such as organizational behavior, finance, and accounting, as well as industrial engineering expertise.

You'll undertake a study program from the Saunders College of Business to complement the engineering course work, ensuring you are well positioned to take on challenges and lead in the sector.

Flexible Timings: Class schedules cater to working professionals, providing intensive seminars offered in evenings at our campus in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
 

CAREER OPTIONS

The Master of Engineering Management degree qualifies professionals for a diverse array of exciting jobs, including:

  • Engineering Project Manager. This professional has direct authority over the actions of everyone on the work site. A combination of engineering knowledge and business acumen is essential.
  • Senior Lead Analyst. This specialist ensures that engineering teams reach the most efficient outcomes on their assigned tasks.
  • Cost Systems Analyst. A combination of financial management knowledge and engineering skills is necessary for this position. These individuals have a direct impact on the bottom line of large-scale projects.
  • Construction Management Engineer. A construction management engineer has authority over the planning and building of a wide variety of structures in the construction industry. Issues he or she deals with daily would include: manpower, materials, and machines.
  • Industrial Management Engineer. This specialist ensures that industrial emissions are moving safely through the production system

CURRICULUM

Engineering Management, ME degree, typical course sequence (semesters)

 

Course

Sem. Cr. Hrs.

First Year

 

 

ISEE-750

Systems and Project Management

3

ISEE-771

Engineering of Systems I

3

ACCT-603

Accounting for Decision Makers

3

ISEE-760

Design of Experiments

3

 

Engineering Management Elective

3

 

Electives

3

Second Year- capstone option

 

 

 

Engineering Management Electives

6

 

Electives

6

ISEE-792

Engineering Capstone

3

Second Year- research option

 

 

 

Engineering Management Electives

6

 

Electives

3

ISEE-790

Research thesis

6

Total Semester Credit Hours

 

33

Available Courses for Engineering Management 

Required/Core Courses
 
ACCT-603                Accounting for Decision Makers  (3)
ISEE-750                  System and Project Management  (3)
ISEE-760                  Design of Experiments (3)
ISEE-771                  Engineering of Systems (3)
 
Engineering Management Elective Courses (Choose 3)
 
GRCS-701                Research Methods (3)
SERQ-712                Breakthrough Thinking, Creativity and Innovation (3)
MGMT-740              Organizational Behavior & Leadership (3)          
ISEE-728                  Production System Management (3)
ISEE-770                  Product and Process Design and Development (3)
 
Electives (Choose 3)
 ISEE-691                 Life Cycle Assessment (3)
 ISEE-711                 Advanced Simulation (3)
0EEE-600+ & MEME-600+ All available ME& EE courses as applicable to the student background & interest (3)
 
Exit Tool
ISEE-792 Engineering Capstone (3)
ISEE-790 Research thesis (6)