The Master of Engineering in Engineering Management (MEEM) program recognizes that engineers often advance into management and supervisory roles which demand a new blend of higher engineering and decision-making skills in order to succeed. The MEEM is a practical graduate degree designed to prepare this new breed of engineer to manage and lead in 21st century technology-driven organizations. The program provides the most up-to-date concepts and skills in engineering management allowing students to develop effective response strategies in confronting real-world corporate challenges.
The content of the new MEEM program is consistent with the guidelines for the Master's programs in Engineering Management provided by The American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM).
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The UCCS MEEM program will prepare engineers for effective technical management through a series of courses focused on the key skills needed to be successful in a technology-driven work environment. Flexibility in program timing and modality is designed to accommodate today's working professional.
Program graduates will know and be able to perform in the following areas:
The minimum requirements for regular admission into the Master of Engineering in Engineering Management program are as follows:
A student who lacks one or more of the above requirements may be admitted on a provisional basis, but will normally be required to satisfy the requirements after admission.
Application Information: How To Apply
The Master of Engineering in Engineering Management degree program consists of 30 semester hours of coursework comprising 21 hours of core courses and 9 hours of business emphasis.
Core Requirements (21 credit hours)
Business Emphasis (9 credit hours)
Capstone Project - Students are required to complete a capstone course to demonstrate mastery of the overall program content.
Once accepted, a student will be required to complete a Plan Of Study. The Plan Of Study must be coordinated with and approved by the Graduate Program Director. Students should ensure an initial Plan of Study is accomplished prior to program start. The Plan will also record the transfer of any credit applied toward the degree program; this transfer of credit must occur prior to the semester in which the student will graduate.
Course work must be completed with a 3.0 GPA or better, and all course work applied to the program (including any transfer credit) must have been completed no earlier than 6 years prior to degree completion. Up to 9 semester hours of graduate work may be transferred from an accredited graduate program, provided course work has not been used for any other degree, the grade earned for the course is B or better, and the course content has been approved by the program director.