Offered by the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Contact: 219 Hollister Hall, (607) 255-7560, www.cee.cornell.edu
The M.Eng. (Engineering Management) program is designed for engineers who want to stay in a technical environment but advance to managerial roles. Students learn to identify problems, formulate and analyze models to understand these problems, and interpret the results of analyses for managerial action.
A student’s program of study is designed individually in consultation with an academic advisor and then submitted to the school’s Professional Degree Committee for approval.
For the M.Eng. (Engineering Management) program, the requirements are at least 30 credits of approved courses, including:
1. Four core courses:
2. Two managerial breadth courses, including one in finance/accounting and one focused on behavior.
3. Three electives.
NOTE: The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering cooperates with the Johnson Graduate School of Management in a program leading to both Master of Engineering and Master of Business Administration degrees. See the beginning of the section “Master of Engineering Programs.”