A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
A degree in engineering management offers students the necessary tools for entering a technically focused business world. During their studies, students come to understand best business practices and the nitty gritty of engineering science while focusing on topics such as technology production, manufacturing construction and industrial engineering.
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Equip yourself with the tools you’ll need to become a leader in the engineering industry, managing projects across the corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors. [+]
Equip yourself with the tools you’ll need to become a leader in the engineering industry, managing projects across the corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors.
La Trobe University’s flexible degree will help you build your technical proficiency in electronics, telecommunications, or computer engineering and develop skills to manage innovation within your organisation.
You'll study the foundations of good management through accounting, finance and marketing subjects, and then go on to more detailed engineering and business subjects. You’ll also have the opportunity to complete an independent design project to give you practical experience and deeper knowledge.... [-]
This program prepares you for leadership roles in the management of engineering and technology-based organisations with a program tailored to your individual needs. [+]
You'll develop skills and expertise in a broad range of engineering management practices.
Through this program, you’ll gain important strengths such as:thinking strategically addressing problems from a new point of view challenging established practices and norms developing innovative approaches understanding how to manage an ever-changing technology base developing a systems approach to problem and/or opportunity definition
You’ll be exposed to real-world issues in the areas of:risk and feasibility managing innovation developing systems thinking approaches quality management environmental management systems cleaner production strategic planning financial management performance management international issues technology management Details ... [-]