Engineering Management Technology (B.S.)

If you strive to enter the engineering field and work in both technical and business roles, consider engineering management technology. You will put your love of STEM subjects to work analyzing industrial systems and improving organizations. And, with just one required math course (Calculus 1), you will be ready to manage people, projects, and capital in team settings and in many technical fields.

Are you ready to earn a degree in engineering management technology

Pride Points

  • 97% of College of Engineering and Applied Sciences graduates participated in experience-driven learning

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  • $70K-$80K median starting salary for College of Engineering and Applied Sciences graduates

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  • 95% of College of Engineering and Applied Sciences graduates are working or continuing their education

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What can I do with an engineering management technology bachelor's degree from Western?

Engineering managers improve the performance of systems, ensure the quality of products, and design better ways of making things.

Recent graduates have taken roles as:

  • Product planners
  • Project managers
  • Quality control managers
  • Liaison with engineers and corporate leaders

Among the companies they work for are:

  • American Axle and Manufacturing
  • General Electric
  • General Motors
  • Mann+Hummel
  • Pfizer
  • Steelcase
  • Stryker


Are there scholarships available to me?

Yes! A number of scholarships are available for students enrolled in engineering management technology at Western. We encourage you to apply for all scholarships that match your interests, career goals and financial or academic needs.


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  • “For me, the most exciting part of my field is being able to see the creation of products or items from an idea to a working model. When someone creates something, it gives you an insight into who they are.”

    Julianna Buck, 2022 Presidential Scholar

What will I do in the engineering management technology program?

Coursework combines technical topics, computers, leadership and accounting with communication, team building, and the importance of the human dimension in the workplace.

Small classes of 16 to 20 students allow you to take full advantage of faculty expertise, experience and connections to local businesses.

Hands-on projects put your new knowledge and skills to use by partnering with local industry, becoming a member of the Sunseeker solar racing team, or joining one of our registered students organizations. 

  • Engineering Graphics
  • Technical Communication
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • CAD Solid Modeling
  • Applied Electricity and Electronics
  • Statics and Strength of Materials
  • Engineering Material Design
  • Plant Layout and Material Handling
  • Engineering Leadership

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