Earn a Master’s of Science in Engineering Management degree from a University whose engineering education excellence is matched only by the high quality of its industry-oriented business program – UMass Lowell. Applicants with technical and non-technical backgrounds can apply to the program.
Technical professionals learn business principles and practices, while those with current management background can deepen their understanding of technical areas such as product, process and operations as well as quality and reliability, infrastructure systems, and occupational health and safety. The program’s flexibility, offering both evening classes on campus and online options in all fall/spring/summer semesters, means working professionals can enhance their careers while positioning themselves for advancement or a new field.
The 31-credit program offers three concentrations. Two draw on the faculty expertise in UMass Lowell’s Francis College of Engineering, and one draws more heavily from the Manning School of Business and the Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences.
The UMass Lowell Master’s of Science in Engineering Management program has been ranked as the top 20th online MSEM program for 2019 by the Best Colleges Review (featured in BBC, Huffington Post, BTN, Atlantic, Reddit, Yahoo and The Economist).
- Design and Manufacturing, offering primarily Mechanical and Plastics engineering courses;
- Engineering Services/Infrastructure Management, offering civil engineering courses; and
- Operations and Supply Management, which typically offers business and management courses, plastics as well as lean manufacturing and work environment classes.