Whether you’re an experienced, trained engineer seeking a leadership role, or a business professional looking to gain industry-specific leadership skills, the online M.S. in Engineering Management can help you reach your goals. This distance learning program is a perfect fit for technical and corporate professionals alike seeking to bring confident, capable guidance to technology companies, manufacturers, and other organizations driven by engineering.
The comprehensive curriculum provides a multifaceted analysis of organizations in the science and technology industry and the leadership principles that keep them running at maximum effectiveness. With courses that closely examine the ways in which finance, staff, and technical expectations connect to form a cohesive, efficient project, the program can prepare you for leadership.
Through the program, you’ll have the opportunity to enhance your understanding of critical topics in engineering management, developing skills you can apply immediately to your career, including:
- Organizational management and behavior
- Project management
- Marketing of technology
- Cost and quality control
- Engineering contract management
Additionally, graduates of the program will be prepared to take the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam offered by the Project Management Institute to further establish their credibility as a strong leader.
The George Washington University was chartered in 1821 by an act of Congress, the result of an initiative that began as the idea of our namesake, George Washington. President Washington envisioned a university in the nation’s capital that would prepare citizen leaders brought together from all over the world. Today, we are that university, with students and faculty members from every state and more than 130 countries. Taking full advantage of our setting in a global nerve center, a GW education integrates intellectual discovery, interactive learning, and unparalleled access to opportunities in every sector of society. In a city shaping the future, George Washington is a university where faculty and students not only study the world but also work to change it for the better.
Our heritage of innovation and excellence has earned us many accolades, including:
- U.S. News & World Report
- #66 National Universities
- #16 Best Online Master’s in Engineering Programs
- #14 Best Online Master's in Engineering Programs for Veterans
- #12 Best Online Master’s in Engineering Management Programs
- #79 Best Engineering Schools
- #78 Overall (America's Top Colleges)
- #60 in Private Colleges
- #44 in Research Universities
- #43 in the Northeast
About GW Engineering Management & Systems Engineering
Since 1954, the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering has been a force for leadership in engineering management and other interdisciplinary areas, as one of the nation’s first to dedicate programs in these fields. The Department has contributed not only to the modern technological landscape through leading research, but also through inventive initiatives working with the Department of Homeland Security, the D.C. Water Resources Research Institute, and NASA, among others.
About the School of Engineering and Applied Science
The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) serves the global community by providing high quality educational and professional opportunities that stimulate and promote innovative fundamental and applied research activities. In this multicultural technological community, SEAS prepares professionals to be confident in their understanding of science and technology, capable of exercising constructive leadership, creative in the face of new environmental and societal challenges, and agile in the application of critical analytical skills that will open new career horizons.
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