The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) program at Dartmouth is an immersive experience for engineering and science graduates who seek to become leaders in businesses and organizations driven by technology.
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The MEM is a professional degree for students interested in becoming leaders in both the engineering and business aspects of technology. Taught by faculty from Thayer School of Engineering and Tuck School of Business, the MEM program at Dartmouth provides students with an immersive experience that broadens technical knowledge, deepens business expertise, and diversifies professional experiences and connections.
Join us at the next MEM Information Session Webinar to learn more about our program, the admissions process, and your future career pathways. During this interactive session, you will have the opportunity to hear from MEM staff, ask questions, and talk directly to a current Dartmouth MEM student.
The MEM degree at Dartmouth equips students to interpret data and discern implications within a specific business context. They learn to crunch and deliver crucial input for strategic decision-making.
MEM students study the lifecycles of products, projects, and programs, learning to balance marketing demands, ethical issues, and cultural considerations.
Many MEM alumni have gone on to start their own companies after receiving unparalleled entrepreneurial training and access to key resources at Dartmouth, both during and after their studies.
The Dartmouth MEM degree prepares students for leadership positions at top technology and consulting firms. Graduates are resourceful and ready to innovate collaboratively across disciplines.
Faculty involved in leading-edge research and startups in biotech, digital health, diagnostics, and medical devices prepare students to advance and lead these and other growing healthcare industry sectors.
MEM students take hands-on courses and engage in groundbreaking research, gaining specialized technical and management skills to suit the green energy and oil and gas industries.