Master of Engineering in Engineering Management Info Session 1
Tuesday, March 25
Mar 25, 2014
from 12:30 pm to 01:30 pm
|Where||Vogt Bldg., Room 311|
|Contact Name||Tim Hardin|
|Contact Phone||(502) 852-1697|
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Learn more about the Master of Engineering in Engineering Management program, offered 100% online at UofL.
Meet with our Engineering Management faculty and staff and learn more about how this degree can enhance your knowledge, skills and career opportunities.
Find out how online learning can help you fit education in your busy schedule.
Network with future peers and colleagues who may have the same questions, challenges and education goals.
For questions about the info sessions, email Tim.Hardin@louisville.edu or call 502.852.1697.
Register today at UofL.me/meem-info1
Master of Engineering in Engineering Management Courses
|Recommended Courses||Credit Hours|
|EM661: Statistics II||3|
|EM613: Operations Management||3|
|EM694*: IT Management||3|
|EM694: Quality Management||3|
|EM670: Financial Management||3|
*EM694 is a ‘Special Topic’ course type that addresses various areas as indicated above.
1 Electives must be chosen so that at least one-half of the credits counted toward the degree are 600-level. All electives require the approval of the MEEM Program Director.
2 Candidates for the Master of Engineering degree must have a minimum final cumulative grade point average of 3.00 for all academic course work attempted in Graduate Studies.
MEEM Online Degree Value
- Learn while working
- No campus requirement
- Accelerated 6-week courses
- No GRE requirement
- No thesis requirement
- Multiple terms per year (5)
- Network with peers worldwide
- Open to international students
Engineering Management Careers
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering and Computer Science
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Health Care
- Industrial Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Transportation and Logisitcs
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Admission requirement: Applicants to the Master of Engineering in Engineering Management must have earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or related scientific areas from a regionally accredited institution.