The Master of Science Engineering Management (MSEM) degree program is highly relevant to organizations that are continually striving to close the gap between engineering, technology, and management for performance. The field of Engineering applies across several business sectors since the field incorporates process, design, technology, and the management of projects and people. The program highlights the synergism between the application of engineering and management as part of the strategic plan and to sustain competitive advantage.
Application fee of $30.00
One (1) form of Personal Identification, including a government-issued ID with photo
Bachelor Degree in Engineering or related field
Sign disclosure forms:
Memorandum of understanding
Photograph/Video/ Testimonial consent to release form
Acknowledgment of handbook
Rules and regulations
Consent to release information of education
Disability description and accommodation
School performance fact sheet
Title of the Educational Program Offered
Master of Science Engineering Management (MSEM)
Title of Other Components (Courses) of Instruction Offered
12 Core Courses Required 36 Credit Hrs
MSEM 525, Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 530, Managing Information Systems & Technology, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 600, Principles of Engineering Management, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 601, Operations Management, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 605, Product & Design Process Development, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 606, Management of Information Security, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 608, Information Technology Project Management, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 615 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 617, E-Business Technology & Management, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 641, Leading Strategic Change within Organizations, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 690, Big Data Analytics, 3 Credit Hrs.
MSEM 694, Applied Engineering Management Capstone Project, 3 Credit Hrs.
Total: 36 Credit Hrs.
The Method of Instruction
Each course in this program is to be offered via both online and classroom teaching.
Complete the prescribed credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
Meet all academic and financial requirements
Upon graduation and fulfillment of all graduation requirements, students will receive the degree reflecting the coursework completed
Possible Career Opportunities
*Career Opportunities will depend on graduates' cumulative experience in the field and/or the time of graduation. However, examples of non-all inclusive occupational titles for which this program might prepare the students for employment include:
Director of Engineering
Senior Systems Engineer
Engineering Project Manager
Business Development Manager
Vice President of Engineering
Technology Manufacturing Manager
Chief Operations Officer
This Program Meets the Requirements of 5 C.C.R. Section 71710 (Minimum Operating Standards), as shown below
The program is comprised of a curriculum that includes:
Subject areas necessary to achieve the educational objectives of the program in which the student is enrolled
Subject areas or courses are presented in a logically organized manner or sequence;
Courses are designed by duly qualified faculty;
Each student is provided a syllabus that contains:
Short descriptive title of the program
Statement of educational objectives
Length of program
Sequence and frequency of lessons and sessions
Complete citations of the textbook and any other required written material
A sequential and detailed outline of subject matter to be addressed
List of skills to be learned and how those skills are to be measured
Instructional mode or methods
Research is required that utilizes a library and other learning resources
Students’ learning of the material is measured via an evaluation of specific learning outcomes
All learning outcomes are evaluated by duly qualified faculty
Equipment to be Used During the Educational Program
The equipment to be used in the instruction of this program includes a computer with relevant software, M/S Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.
The Number and Qualifications of the Faculty Needed to Teach the Educational Program
The faculty who are available to teach this program is included in the list of faculty, along with their resumes which were previously submitted to BPPE, as a part of the Addendum to Application for Renewal of Approval To Operate and Offer Educational Programs for Non-Accredited Institutions, No. 25961, dated April 30, 2014.
A Projection and the Bases for the Projection of the Number of Students that Westcliff University Plans to Enroll in this Educational Program during Each of the Three Years following the Date this Application is Submitted
Projection of Students to be enrolled in Program
Bases for Projection
The Learning, Skills, and other Competencies to be Acquired by Students Who Complete this Education Program
Core competencies to be acquired by students:
Program Outcomes to be Acquired by Students
Evaluate the functions of Engineering Management such as planning, organizing, leading, and controlling projects.
Design strategic plans to improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness by incorporating value chain based methodologies to engineering processes.
Analyze, design, and develop processes for increasing the efficacy of manufacturing and production systems through engineering management.
Assemble, construct, and develop teams that are efficient and have the ability to communicate engineering and technical data effectively by implementing project milestones through collaboration.
Formulate strategies to manage and motivate a diverse workforce of engineers and technologists towards the attainment of organizational goals.
Create and develop the ability to conduct in-depth research, independently or within the enterprise in a broad range of engineering, project management, and information and emerging technologies.
Create, innovate, design, and improve engineering management in an ethical and socially responsible way.
Additionally, within the referenced syllabi for each course is a list of Course Learning Objectives (CLOs). In this list, those objectives are categorized by the competency (knowledge, skill or attitude) which is to be achieved by the student as a result of completing the course associated with this program
If Licensure is a Goal of this Program, a Copy of the Approval from the Appropriate Licensing Agency
Licensure is not a goal of this educational program; therefore, no approval from an appropriate licensing agency is required.
Upon Request, Westcliff University shall Provide to the Bureau Copies of the Curriculum or Syllabi Required pursuant to CCR Section 71710
Pursuant to CCR Section 71710, copies of the syllabi relevant to this program were attached as a part of Addendum to Application No. 25961, submitted on April 30, 2014, by Westcliff University.