BUSN 659 | INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
This course provides an overview of the expanding role of international business in the world marketplace. Emphasis is placed on exploring the complex issues relating to the best practices in international business. This course will use case studies to illustrate the major topics.
FINC 619 | FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Masters in Engineering Management by the Numbers
The average base salary for Engineering Managers is $115,204
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The purpose of this course is to provide the student with an overview of the role in the firm performed by financial management. The first half of the course focuses on the theoretical valuation of stocks and bonds and the capital markets in which they are traded.
The second half of the course focuses on both the use of financial leverage by the firm and working capital management. The need for financial managers to provide both ethical and legal leadership for the firm is stressed throughout the course.
MGMT 639 | MANAGING PEOPLE AND ORGANIZATIONS
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We understand pursuing a master’s in engineering management can be a big decision with many factors to consider. Our knowledgeable and supportive enrollment advisors are here to help guide your decision about our program offerings to achieve your career goals.
By connecting with an Enrollment Advisor, you can expect to:
- Receive in-depth knowledge on the program and the admissions process
- Benefit from having a 1-on-1 conversation to ensure the program fits your academic and professional goals
- Learn more on how you could earn 2 degrees in 2 years
- Receive a recommendation on which of our certificates align with your graduate degree and why
- Be advised and assisted with putting together a strong file for the Admissions Committee to review
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The purpose of this course is to begin preparing students for management positions in high-tech and manufacturing companies. In this overview course, students will be introduced to the most important concepts and issues concerning the management and leadership of high-technology staff. Subjects include:
- High-tech leadership and communication
- Change management
- Lean thinking
- HR issues
ISYS 669 | ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEM MODELS
Increase Your Marketability with An Additional Graduate Degree
Imagine having the added advantage of not just getting one Master’s degree but having two Master's degrees for the same number of courses some institutions require for only one degree? In addition to earning your Master’s in Engineering Management, we provide a unique option for you to enroll in just four extra courses to earn your Online MBA as well*.
- Earn your MBA as a second degree by taking just four additional courses
- Earn two master’s degrees plus your customized certificate to add weight to your resume
As an Engineering Manager, you have a powerful set of technical skills you bring to the job every day. Add business acumen to provide that extra value on the job and for your career trajectory.
*All courses need to be within 6 years.
This course overviews information systems (IS) at two levels: the strategic role of IS and a process-oriented view of the organization and its relationships with suppliers, customers, and competitors. We view processes as vehicles for achieving strategic objectives and transforming the organization.
The major focus of the course is how organizations implement processes globally using enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), customer relationship management (CRM) Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and social networks. The course also provides a brief IS infrastructure overview and addresses key IS management topics. Students learn about the ethical and legal implications of information systems.
MRKT 679 | MARKETING MANAGEMENT
Online Engineering Management Degree Courses
The 40-credit Master of Science in Engineering Management curriculum includes 10 courses consisting of 7 core courses and your choice of a 3-course graduate certificate in Global Leadership, Operations Management, Healthcare Management or Supply Chain Management Level 1 or 2.
This course provides an overview of marketing’s role in connecting businesses to other businesses. While this course will cover the basic business management topics, a special emphasis is placed on the best practices in market relationship management, supply chain management, and strategy development. Cases will be used throughout the course to illustrate various concepts and issues.
IME 564 | ETHICS AND PRACTICE OF ENGINEERING
Customize your Engineering Management degree with your choice of a 3-course graduate certificate in Global Leadership, Operations Management, Healthcare Management or Supply Chain Management Level 1 or 2.
This course deals with the professional and ethical considerations of an engineer in contemporary society. Discussions include the code of ethics for engineers, case studies on conflict of interest, team, engineering/ management responsibilities, environmental considerations, and professional registration. This class requires a live weekly discussion.
MGMT 659 | STRATEGY – CAPSTONE
Modern Business Practices:
- MGMT 620| Business Communication and Presentation
- MGMT 621 | Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace
Plus your choice of:
- MGMT 622| Organized Labor and Management Practices
- MGMT 649 | Leadership and Ethics
The capstone business class focuses on the formulation, implementation and evaluation of organizational policy and strategy from the perspective of the senior manager/strategy planner. Consideration is additionally given to information technology, global operations, ethics, legal perspectives, and the functional level strategies of the organization. An integrative approach uses the case method to explore executive decision-making in the global marketplace.
Supply Chain Management Level 1:
- SCM 610 | Foundations of Supply Chain
- SCM 611 | Collaboration in the Supply Chain
- SCM 612 | Customer Relationship Management
Supply Chain Management Level 2:
- SCM 613 | Logistics
- SCM 614 | Procurement and Risk Management
- SCM 615 | Supply Chain Capstone
Ideal if your goal is
To attain a leadership role
To launch your own business
To gain project management skills
To lead a cross-disciplinary team
To link people, performance and processes
To advance your career in procurement, revenue and operations
kinds of jobs
Median base salary
Average annual salary
Director of Engineering
Quality Assurance Director
Average annual salary
Senior Risk Manager
Operations Senior Analyst
Skills employers are looking for
Ability to write and speak persuasively
Actively listen and gauge the needs of internal and external stakeholders
Adaptability to work with the resources at hand
Coordinating collaborative efforts/processes across multiple teams
Mentor and foster functional subject matter experts on your teams
Look holistically at a project and communicate specific responsibilities to team members
The ability to promote and enforce company as well as government regulations
Ability to understand data including finances and how it impacts the overall operations of the organization
Have the skills necessary to work successfully cross-departmentally and with individuals outside of the organization
What Is the Best Engineering Management Philosophy?
Engineers, at the beginning of their career often focus on mastering the technical aspects and responsibilities of their job. After establishing an effective skill set and a firm work ethic, some engineers feel ready for more – more responsibility, more variety in their daily tasks, and more of a desire to contribute to their company’s ability to achieve its strategic goals.
One way to accomplish this is by becoming a manager. The Master of Science Engineering Management Online degree program from Kettering University Online delivers the holistic leadership and communication skills needed to manage a high technology, cross-disciplinary team.
Engineering management lies at the intersection of applying sound engineering principles to projects and having the savvy business acumen necessary for all financial, administrative, and planning activities that support project development from conception to completion.
Engineering managers lead research and development teams working on new products, processes, or designs, or working to improve existing ones.