Degree Requirements

M.S. Degree Requirements

KU Edwards Campus

The Master of Science program in Engineering Management has two options available:

    Option A requires 30 hours of credits (24 credits in required core courses, 6 credits in electives) and a field project of 3 hours with a final oral examination. This option is recommended for students who plan to pursue additional degrees or who have a specific work-related project that needs further exploration.

    Option B requires 34 hours of credits (22 credits in required core courses and 12 credits in elective courses with an oral examination. It does not require a field project.

Option A ( Field project) (24 hours)

  • EMGT 802 Statistical Analysis and Prediction of Engineering Systems (3)
  • EMGT 806 Finance for Engineers (3)
  • EMGT 809 Personal Development for Engineering Managers (4)
  • EMGT 821 Strategic Analysis of Technology Projects (3)(prerequisite: EMGT 806)
  • EMGT 830 Case Studies in Engineering Management (2)(prerequisite: complete 21 credits hours)
  • Choose 1 of these for Core Quantitative Course Requirement:

  • EMGT 810 (3) Applications of Quantitative Analysis in Decision Making
  • EMGT 811 (3) Engineering Systems Simulation
  • Choose 1 of these for Core Project Management Course Requirement:

  • EMGT 813 (3) Design Project Management
  • EMGT 823 (3) Management of Internal Engineering Projects
  • Capstone:

  • EMGT 835 (3) Field project (prerequisite: complete XX number of hours)

Option B (22 hours)

  • EMGT 806 Finance for Engineers (3)
  • EMGT 809 Personal Development for Engineering Managers (4)
  • EMGT 821 Strategic Analysis of Technology Projects (3)(prerequisite: EMGT 806
  • Choose 1 of these for Core Quantitative Course Requirement:

  • EMGT 810 (3) Applications of Quantitative Analysis in Decision Making
  • EMGT 811 (3) Engineering Systems Simulation
  • Choose 1 of these for Core Project Management/Leadership Course Requirement:

  • EMGT 801 (800T) Management Theory and Practice for Engineering Managers (3)
  • EMGT 814 Leadership Techniques and Methods for the Engineering Manager( 3)
  • Choose 1 of these for Core Project Management Course Requirement:

  • EMGT 813 Design Project Management (3)
  • EMGT 823 Management of Internal Engineering Projects (3)
  • Capstone:

  • EMGT 830 Case Studies & Project with Oral Exam (3)(prerequisite xx number of hours)

EMGT Electives (12 hours). These may be drawn from 2 areas:

Electives

All elective courses outside of the EMGT program must be listed as graduate courses, taken for graduate credit, and approved by an EMGT faculty member in order to apply toward the Master of Science in Engineering Management degree. Approved EMGT elective courses are listed below:

  • EMGT 801 Management Theory and Practice for Engineering Managers
  • EMGT 802 Statistical Analysis and Prediction of Engineering Systems
  • EMGT 803 Technological Forecasting and Assessment
  • EMGT 804 Business Development and Marketing of Professional Services
  • EMGT 805 Management of Innovation
  • EMGT 807 Labor and Employee Relations for the Engineering Manager
  • EMGT 808 Quality Management
  • EMGT 812 Law and the Design Professional
  • EMGT 814 Leadership Techniques and Methods for the Engineering Manager
  • EMGT 815 Energy Management
  • EMGT 816 Business Relationships and Selling Skills
  • EMGT 817 Mathematics for the Engineering Manager
  • EMGT 818 Advanced Mathematics for the Engineering Manager
  • EMGT 824 Product Marketing for Engineering Managers
  • EMGT 840 Systems Approach to Engineering
  • EMGT 850 Environmental Issues for Engineering Managers
  • EMGT 860 Special Problems in Engineering Management
  • EMGT 862 Manufacturing Systems Integration
  • EMGT 867 Advanced Operations Management

M.S. Degree Requirements

KU Edwards Campus

The Master of Science program in Engineering Management has two options available:

    Option A requires 30 hours of credits (24 credits in required core courses, 6 credits in electives) and a field project of 3 hours with a final oral examination. This option is recommended for students who plan to pursue additional degrees or who have a specific work-related project that needs further exploration.

    Option B requires 34 hours of credits (22 credits in required core courses and 12 credits in elective courses with an oral examination. It does not require a field project.

Option A ( Field project) (24 hours)

  • EMGT 802 Statistical Analysis and Prediction of Engineering Systems (3)
  • EMGT 806 Finance for Engineers (3)
  • EMGT 809 Personal Development for Engineering Managers (4)
  • EMGT 821 Strategic Analysis of Technology Projects (3)(prerequisite: EMGT 806)
  • EMGT 830 Case Studies in Engineering Management (2)(prerequisite: complete 21 credits hours)
  • Choose 1 of these for Core Quantitative Course Requirement:

  • EMGT 810 (3) Applications of Quantitative Analysis in Decision Making
  • EMGT 811 (3) Engineering Systems Simulation
  • Choose 1 of these for Core Project Management Course Requirement:

  • EMGT 813 (3) Design Project Management
  • EMGT 823 (3) Management of Internal Engineering Projects
  • Capstone:

  • EMGT 835 (3) Field project (prerequisite: complete XX number of hours)

Option B (22 hours)

  • EMGT 806 Finance for Engineers (3)
  • EMGT 809 Personal Development for Engineering Managers (4)
  • EMGT 821 Strategic Analysis of Technology Projects (3)(prerequisite: EMGT 806
  • Choose 1 of these for Core Quantitative Course Requirement:

  • EMGT 810 (3) Applications of Quantitative Analysis in Decision Making
  • EMGT 811 (3) Engineering Systems Simulation
  • Choose 1 of these for Core Project Management/Leadership Course Requirement:

  • EMGT 801 (800T) Management Theory and Practice for Engineering Managers (3)
  • EMGT 814 Leadership Techniques and Methods for the Engineering Manager( 3)
  • Choose 1 of these for Core Project Management Course Requirement:

  • EMGT 813 Design Project Management (3)
  • EMGT 823 Management of Internal Engineering Projects (3)
  • Capstone:

  • EMGT 830 Case Studies & Project with Oral Exam (3)(prerequisite xx number of hours)

EMGT Electives (12 hours). These may be drawn from 2 areas:

Electives

All elective courses outside of the EMGT program must be listed as graduate courses, taken for graduate credit, and approved by an EMGT faculty member in order to apply toward the Master of Science in Engineering Management degree. Approved EMGT elective courses are listed below:

  • EMGT 801 Management Theory and Practice for Engineering Managers
  • EMGT 802 Statistical Analysis and Prediction of Engineering Systems
  • EMGT 803 Technological Forecasting and Assessment
  • EMGT 804 Business Development and Marketing of Professional Services
  • EMGT 805 Management of Innovation
  • EMGT 807 Labor and Employee Relations for the Engineering Manager
  • EMGT 808 Quality Management
  • EMGT 812 Law and the Design Professional
  • EMGT 814 Leadership Techniques and Methods for the Engineering Manager
  • EMGT 815 Energy Management
  • EMGT 816 Business Relationships and Selling Skills
  • EMGT 817 Mathematics for the Engineering Manager
  • EMGT 818 Advanced Mathematics for the Engineering Manager
  • EMGT 824 Product Marketing for Engineering Managers
  • EMGT 840 Systems Approach to Engineering
  • EMGT 850 Environmental Issues for Engineering Managers
  • EMGT 860 Special Problems in Engineering Management
  • EMGT 862 Manufacturing Systems Integration
  • EMGT 867 Advanced Operations Management

Contact Info

Engineering Management

KU Edwards Campus
12600 Quivira Road
Overland Park, KS 66213-2402
913-897-8560
913-897-8682
emgt@ku.edu
http://emgt.ku.edu/
Herbert R. Tuttle, Director
913-897-8560
Parveen Mozaffar, Academic Advisor
913-897-8560
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