Courses

The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) curriculum includes mathematics, engineering management, design, project leadership, and core topics of an MBA program.

Engineering Management Required Courses (9 courses)

Applied Mathematics Required Courses (1 course)

Engineering Management Electives (1 course)

  • ENGG 103: Operations Research
  • ENGS 157: Chemical Process Design
  • ENGS 171: Industrial Ecology
  • ENGM 182: Data Analytics
  • ENGM 185: Topics in Manufacturing Design and Processes
  • ENGM 186: Technology Project Management
  • ENGM 187: Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • ENGM 188: Law for Technology and Entrepreneurship
  • ENGM 190: Platform Design, Management, and Strategy

MEM Free Electives (3 courses)

Residency & Prerequisits

Students must be in residence for a minimum of 3 academic terms.

A Bachelor’s degree is required.  MEM students generally hold an undergraduate degree in engineering or one of the physical sciences.

Thayer School Electives

The following list contains some of the more popular Thayer School elective courses available to MEM students. All Thayer School graduate courses are available to MEM students—please check prerequisite restrictions.

Tuck School Electives

Included in the MEM tuition are up to 2 Tuck School electives. Students may opt to take more than 2, but this requires additional fees.

The following list contains some of the more popular Tuck School elective courses available to MEM students. All courses require permission from the instructor and prior approval of the MEM program director.

  • Advanced Competitive Strategy
  • The Business of Healthcare
  • Data Mining for Business Analytics
  • Consulting Project Management
  • Corporate Communications
  • Energy Economics
  • Global Strategy & Implementation
  • Leadership Out of the Box
  • Marketing Research
  • Negotiations
  • Operations Strategy
  • Services Operations
  • Strategic Brand Management