Bureau of Labor Statistics
As an engineer in the field, you tackle new challenges every day. WMU offers a degree program that can help you take on the unique challenges of management in a variety of engineering fields.
The Master of Science program in Engineering Management (ENMM) was developed to meet the need for professional leaders and decision-makers in manufacturing, process engineering, and tooling design. It focuses on skills like technical engineering and project systems management to prepare you to lead people, projects, and teams.
The Engineering Management master's program at WMU gives you the skills you need to become a more dynamic and well-rounded engineering professional.
WMU's Department of Industrial and Entrepreneurial Engineering and Engineering Management is a Registered Education Provider for the Project Management Institute. Earn Professional Development Units (PDUs) for your Project Management Professional (PMP) credential when you take IME 6140.
Applicants should possess a bachelor's degree in a technical field like engineering, technology, mathematics, computer science, or the physical sciences. Applicants must:
Note: Applicants with a GPA of at least 2.5 in the final two years of undergraduate study will be given probationary admission - non-degree status. They may be granted regular admission after completing nine hours of approved graduate courses with a grade of "B" or better.
The number of career opportunities for those with both technical competence and managerial skills are rapidly growing. Graduates of this program are qualified to work in mid-high level areas of supervision and management in the manufacturing and service environment.
If your employer has a tuition reimbursement program, find out about WMU’s deferment program for employer paid tuition.
Washington Monthly placed WMU on a list of national universities that offer "the best bang for the buck." WMU came in at No. 50 based on the economic value students receive per dollar.