Your career in engineering, math, physical science, and computer science has taken you to a point where you now want to learn more about management. With technical knowledge under your belt, you’d like to build your planning, coordinating, and leadership skills.
Embry-Riddle Worldwide’s Master of Science in Engineering Management can prepare you to transition into a managerial role within a technical environment.
Master of Science in Engineering Management
Ready to take the next step toward your Master of Science in Engineering Management? See what our Worldwide Campus has to offer.
With more than 150 campuses around the globe, Embry-Riddle’s Worldwide Campus gives students the freedom to take courses in the classroom, online, or in a live virtual classroom environment.
When you enroll at our Worldwide Campus, you’ll gain access to the elite ERAU network, where you can connect with faculty, fellow students, and alumni.
The Master of Science in Engineering Management is a multidisciplinary program with a core that includes both technical and management focuses. You can choose from an extensive range of specializations including a track unique to ERAU — Aviation/Aerospace.
Courses are taught by expert faculty members who are proven leaders with many firsthand experiences to share with students.
Throughout the program, you’ll be introduced to a number of professional organizations like the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM).
And with our online educational opportunities and 150-plus Worldwide locations, students have the flexibility to learn at a campus near them or even in their own home.
Approximately 77 percent of Engineering and Technical Management leaders report increased job satisfaction through meaningful work. And with a Master of Science in Engineering Management, you can do meaningful work in aerospace, aviation, manufacturing, computers, technical services, and other industries.
Program graduates can explore a range of career opportunities depending on their chosen specialization and personal preferences.
Engineering Management graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions: