The MS in Engineering Management degree (MEM) can be either an academic or professional master’s degree that bridges the gap between the field of engineering, technology and the field of business by equipping students with the technical expertise and leadership skills required to advance their career in the fast-paced world of technology. Sound decision-making, information management, project management, quality engineering, design engineering, simulation, facility layout, production system and industrial costing management are some of the core issues being dealt as part of their career. MEM graduates can fill this gap.
The need for engineering management has been felt at all levels of managers, particularly in the professional management work environment. Also, management is applicable to every aspect of an organization functions and at all levels of top management, middle management, and lower management. Basic and specialized knowledge in the field of engineering management is a dire need for every engineer and profitable business.
Engineering management entails planning, organizing, allocating resources, and directing and controlling activities that have a technological component. The course has been designed by engineers and business experts with experience at the International level, keeping in view the requirements of the country.
This is a weekend program with a minimum load of 6 credit hours (2 courses) and a maximum of 9 credit hours (3 courses) in each of the 3 sessions (Fall, Spring, and Summer).
A minimum of eight courses (500 Level) of 3 credit hours each with individual research project/thesis of 6 credit hours in a relevant area shall be required for the completion of MS degree requirements in the discipline of Engineering Management. A minimum of four courses from core subjects and four courses from optional subjects be undertaken.
BSc/BE degree (16-years of education) in any engineering discipline. It is mandatory for research students of MPhil and Ph.D. programs to attend at least five sessions of the Multi-disciplinary Research Seminar Series in each semester.
Compulsory Core Courses (Four Courses)
- MEM501 Project Management (3+0)
- MEM502 Designs, Patents, Contract and Legal Engineering (3+0)
- MEM503 Quality Processes for Design and Production (3+0)
- MEM504 Research Methodology (3+0)
- MS Projects (Compulsory)
- MEM600 Thesis / Project (6+0)
- MEM601 Thesis I / Project I (2+0)
- MEM602 Thesis II / Project II (4+0)
Elective Courses (Any Four Courses)
- MEM505 Applied Engineering Analysis (3+0)
- MEM506 Production System Design and Analysis (3+0)
- MEM507 Operations Analysis & Resource Allocation(3+0)
- MEM508 Operation Management (3+0)
- MEM509 Simulation Modeling (3+0)
- MEM510 Production Planning and Control (3+0)
- MEM511 Advanced Practices in Engineering Management (3+0)
- MEM512 Environmental and Safety Management (3+0)
- MEM513 Industrial Costing Management (3+0)
- MEM514 Technology Management (3+0)
- MEM515 Lean Six Sigma & Lean Manufacturing(3+0)
- MEM516 Marketing Management (3+0)
- Project Management (3+0)
- Quality Processes for Design & Production (3+0)
- Research Methodology (3+0)
- Design, Patents, Contract & Legal Engineering (3+0)
- Elective I (3+0)
- Elective II (3+0)
- Elective III (3+0)
- Elective IV (3+0)
- Thesis-I / Project-I (2+0)
Thesis-II / Project-II (4+0)
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