WVU launches new Master of Science in Engineering Management online degree program
Applications are currently open for recent graduates and working professionals looking
to pursue a newly launched Master of Science in Engineering Management from the Department of Industrial Management and Systems Engineering in West Virginia University’s Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources.
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The Master of Science in Engineering Management program prepares students to manage large engineering operations and brings together topics from across several fields to help participants develop skills necessary to solve complex operational problems.
Graduates of the program will build upon their prior engineering education and/or professional experience, to strengthen their ability to effectively manage business operations, projects and teams. They will apply specialized knowledge to address contemporary professional challenges to improve the business processes.
The MSEM is widely recognized and valued in the industry. This degree complements an engineering background and helps strengthen management skills.
"Engineering management is a versatile degree program for any engineer seeking career advancement in leadership and management,” said Ashish Nimbarte, chair of the Department of Industrial Management and Systems Engineering. “The MSEM program is designed to promote holistic learning on a continual basis to ensure that the program graduates acquire management skills that are necessary to promote innovation, creative solutions and diversity.”
The online program is conducted asynchronously for individuals with full-time schedules looking to advance professionally. Those who are interested in the program are encouraged to request more information or apply online. Classes begin on August 17.
Learn more about the engineering management program at WVU online.
Contact: Paige Nesbit
Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
304.293.4135, Paige Nesbit
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