This program is designed for working professionals who are looking to advance their careers with a master’s degree in Engineering Management.
- Learn from experienced Syracuse University faculty
- Develop leadership and managerial skills through relevant courses in the areas of engineering economics, technology management, and more
- Strengthen technical skills in engineering with courses in statistics, product development, simulation and data analytics, and more
Online Program Features
- Convenient and flexible schedules
- Live class sessions
- Interactive course videos
- Small class sizes
- Student support team
- Study three terms per year (May, August and January)
Masters of Science in Engineering Management
The M.S. in Engineering Management is a 30 credit-hour program (10 courses), plus a zero-credit exit paper. At least 18 credit hours (six courses) must be taken at the 600-level or higher. To remain in good academic standing, a grade point average of 3.0 must be maintained and achieved to graduate. All other requirements of the graduate school also apply to this program.
Thank you for your interest in our graduate degree programs. Please review the information below about our application process, application deadlines and requirements. If you have questions at any time, please contact us.
Summer Admissions – March 15
Fall Admissions – July 1
Spring Admissions – November 15
Prospective students must apply via the online application process. To ensure students are well prepared for the academic rigor of the program, applicants should have an undergraduate (or master’s) degree in engineering with an average GPA of 3.0 or better.
You will need to submit the following materials during the application process:
- CollegeNet Graduate Application
- $85.00 non-refundable application fee
- Official Transcripts – Unofficial transcripts are accepted for application review. If you are admitted, official transcripts are required from all academic institutions you have attended.
- Letters of Recommendation
- GRE Not Required
- 500-word Personal Statement – Provide a personal statement, written entirely by you, with no outside assistance, detailing why you wish to study for the degree you have chosen. Please describe how your academic and professional experience has prepared you for this program. Please make sure to elaborate on any professional, hands-on computing experience. Lastly, please describe your career goals and how completing this program will help you to achieve them.
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Questions about your application and materials may be directed to the College Admission office at firstname.lastname@example.org.