MS in Engineering Management

General

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Program Description

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The MS in Engineering Management is designed for graduate engineers aspiring to advance into management careers within technological organizations. In a global economy, it is vital for companies to hire and develop new talent that can bridge communication gaps in many contexts.

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Program Details

  • Program length: 2 years / 4 semesters.
  • Credits needed to earn the degree: 45 US credits/ 90 ECTS
  • GPA needed to earn the degree: 3.0 or higher

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Career Opportunities

  • Director of Hardware Engineering at a computer design firm.
  • Process Engineering Manager at a car manufacturing plant.
  • Senior Operations/Systems Analyst at a digital technology firm.

Last updated Jun 2020

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The American University of Malta (AUM) is an American-style university dedicated to higher education and research for an international community at the highest standard. The degree programs, research ... Read More

The American University of Malta (AUM) is an American-style university dedicated to higher education and research for an international community at the highest standard. The degree programs, research activities, and service to the community transform lives and serve society by educating ethically knowledgeable citizens, creating knowledge, and putting knowledge to work in a global setting. AUM educates a diverse student body to become ethically responsible global citizens, critical thinkers, and future leaders in an academically challenging learning environment. It strives constantly to innovate and enhance quality in teaching, research, public service and economic development. The way AUM delivers the degree programs makes up a crucial building block in the foundation of its identity. Each program guides students to building their knowledge from the ground up and structuring knowledge in a coherent and cogent way. It takes students all the way from basic principles to hands-on practice with the latest industry technologies relevant to their fields. Read less