Master of Science in Engineering Management (M.S.)
The George Washington University - School of Engineering & Applied Science
3 - 4 semesters
Full time, Part time
USD 2,075 / per credit *
Earliest start date
* per credit
Designed for the technical manager who needs a broad education to keep an organization operating efficiently and working ahead of its competitors, GW's engineering management program provides graduate education in the most current management techniques for technological and scientific organizations.
Scholarships and Funding
The School of Engineering & Applied Science offers scholarships and funding opportunities for master's and doctoral students. We offer merit-based tuition discount scholarships for master's program applicants along with research assistant and teaching assistant positions for doctoral applicants. Please contact us to learn more about these opportunities as well as additional resources for funding opportunities available at other organizations that can be applied to your studies at GW.
Master's Degree Program Requirements
The program of study consists of 12 graduate-level courses totaling 36 credit hours. Three types of course requirements are included in the curriculum -- common course requirements, focus course requirements and approved electives.
Common course requirements are taken by all students in the EMSE Master's program.
Focus course requirements are taken by all students within the area of focus. Approved elective requirements are courses that require the approval of the student's individual academic advisor. These courses are detailed below.
Note: Three-digit numbers in parentheses indicate old GW course numbers. All GW courses were renumbered with 4-digit numbers, effective Fall 2010.
Common Course Requirements
- EMSE 6001 (212) The Management of Technical Organizations
- EMSE 6410 (260) Survey of Finance and Engineering Economics
- EMSE 6020 (269) Decision Making with Uncertainty
- EMSE 6801 (283) Systems Engineering I
Areas of Focus
- Crisis, Emergency & Risk Management
- Economics, Finance, and Cost Engineering
- Engineering and Technology Management
- Environmental and Energy Management
- Knowledge and Information Management