Missouri University of Science and Technology
Think of engineering managers as movie directors and all other fields of engineering as actors. They are the behind-the-scenes people who bring it all together. Product development, manufacturing, construction, design engineering, industrial engineering, technology, and production are just some of the areas of possibility.
As a student in engineering management you will have the opportunity to prepare for leadership roles in today’s complex environment as an engineer, a manager and an educator. Engineering management is the degree that “bridges the gap” between engineering and business. The curriculum integrates engineering and management knowledge while optimizing the use of people, equipment, money and information. Graduates are capable of designing, implementing, operating, and optimizing sophisticated enterprises.
Where do engineering managers work?
There is no limit to the type of company that would hire an engineering manager. You'll be able to work virtually anywhere because of your ability to:
Missouri S&T's Engineering Management program has been ABET accredited since 1979.
Missouri S&T offered the nation's first degree in engineering management.
Engineering management is one of the most flexible career options you can choose in engineering. You'll have experience working between boundaries of other engineering professions.
Within 28+ years of graduating from college, the salary potential for an S&T EngMgmt grad is $200,000/year.
Engineering managers are hired by virtually every major corporation in the world.
Average starting salary for S&T EngMgmt grads: $57,921.