M.S. in Engineering Management

Worldwide Embry-Riddle Masters Engineering Management

The Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) degree is designed for working professionals who desire to add management skill to their prior degrees in engineering, math, physical science, computer science, or another STEM field. The degree is designed to assist those students to move into managerial roles in technical organizations. The degree expands on the student’s existing technical abilities, adding management knowledge and skills.

Technical organizations require managers who understand the technical nature of the firm’s business. Upon completion of the multi-disciplinary degree, students will have the knowledge to become managers in a technical organization.

The program combines a core curriculum with a selection of concentrations, allowing students to expand their knowledge in an area of interest. Concentrations include financial management; project management; systems engineering; leadership; management; logistics and supply chain management; and aviation/aerospace management.

These concentrations provide the student the opportunity to specialize in an area of their choice and interest, allowing the student to tailor his or her degree in a manner that best fulfills the student's career objectives.

Prerequisite Knowledge:  Dependent upon a student’s background; students may be required to take BUSW 500 Business Foundations Course to satisfy prerequisite
requirements for several of the courses in the MSEM degree and concentrations.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
Core/Major

Master of Science in Engineering Management Core
MGMT 665Organizational Theory in a Technical Environment3
EMGT 514Professional Service Marketing3
EMGT 523Engineering Economic Analysis3
PMGT 501Fundamentals of Project Management3
MGMT 524Management Science3
MGMT 533Social Responsibility, Ethics and Law3
Total Credits18

Electives

Technical Electives
Select 3 courses, one of which must be a quality course (SYSE 625 or MGMT 532)9
System Quality Assurance
Philosophy, Principles, and Practices in Management of Quality
Discrete Event Simulation Modeling
Business Research Methods
Supply Chain Management
Aircraft Maintenance Management 1
Total Credits9
1

Students selecting the Aviation/Aerospace concentration must take ASCI 609. Students in other concentrations may not take ASCI 609.

Concentration
Take one of seven concentrations9
Total Credits9
Total Degree Requirements36

Concentrations:

Financial Management 

MBAA 517Managerial Accounting for Decision Making3
MBAA 518Managerial Finance3
EMGT 618Introduction to Financial Engineering: Futures and Options3

Project Management 

PMGT 502Effective Communications for Managing Projects3
PMGT 613Assessing and Managing Project Risk3
PMGT 614Planning, Directing, and Controlling Projects3

Systems Engineering 

SYSE 530System Requirements Analysis and Modeling3
SYSE 560Introduction to Systems Engineering Management3
SYSE 610System Architecture Design and Modeling3

Leadership 

MSLD 500Leadership Foundations in Research3
MSLD 511Organizational Leadership3
MSLD 521Leadership Communication3

Management 

Select three of the following:9
Labor Issues in an Industrial Environment
Entrepreneurship and Leadership
Planning and Execution of Strategy
Global Economic Analysis

Logistics and Supply Chain Management 

Select three of the following:9
Purchasing for Logistics and Supply Chain Managers
Transportation Management
Integrated Logistics Management
Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Aviation/Aerospace Management 

Select three of the following:9
Aviation/Aerospace Industrial Safety Management
Production and Procurement Management in the Aviation/Aerospace Industry
International Aviation Policy
Management of Research and Development for the Aviation/Aerospace Industry
Integrated Logistics in Aviation Management
Airport Operations and Management
Airline Operations and Management