The Engineering Management major is a good choice for you if you would like to learn how to manage people and processes in a technical environment. This major is offered jointly by the Gadomski School of Engineering and the School of Business.
An Alternative Choice in Engineering
The Engineering Management major is also a great option if you discover, during your study of engineering, that you are most interested in the management aspects of this field. The BSEM is still focused on engineering, but requires less upper-division math and science courses.
Internships with Major Corporations
An internship during your study provides you with first-hand management experience. CBU Engineering Management students have the opportunity to intern with many companies, such as these:
- Smith & Nephew
- International Paper
- Wright Medical
What You’ll Study
ConcentrationsView Engineering Management Course Requirements
All four concentrations that comprise this program are balanced between general education, business, and engineering courses. The concentrations are:
Is Engineering Management for You?
The Engineering Management major combines two sets of skills. You’ll excel in this field if you:
- Adapt quickly to new information or situations
- Communicate well verbally and in written communications
- Enjoy working with people
- Can delegate well to others
- Are ethical and diplomatic
- Possess strong math skills
- Have an aptitude for engineering
- Are responsible
Graduates of the Engineering Management program are prepared to work in many different environments where management contributes to the success of engineering projects. Click the links above for the concentration(s) that interest you and find examples of career paths for each one.
You may be interested in another CBU program:
The School of Engineering also offers an accelerated five-year BS/MSEM program that allows you to combine a Bachelor of Science (technical) with a Master of Science (Management) degree that you can complete in five years.