Management + Engineering = Crazy Career Potential
Engineers need business managers to oversee operations, create business plans, and handle financing and marketing. With Michigan Tech’s Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management, you can learn how to tackle both roles, and find success in a thriving industry. Call it the best of both worlds!
You’ll begin with foundational engineering and business management course work, and then delve into design processing, analytical and quantitative problem solving, technical communications, and more. You’ll be well prepared for leadership roles in areas such as design, product development, product launch, and maintenance management—to name just a few.
About the Program: The Michigan Tech Advantage
Studying business at a university with prominent technology, engineering, and science programs is a real value. You’ll benefit from Michigan Tech’s unique cross-discipline collaboration and gain the experience you need to build an amazing résumé.
- This program will prepare you for work in the real world—you’ll learn to solve technical problems, see a product from conceptualization through market delivery, and gain the communication skills needed to serve as a leader in our global environment.
- Take part in Michigan Tech’s internationally recognized Enterprise Program—teams of undergraduate students working on real-world products and research for industry—or collaborate on Senior Design projects through the Business Development Experience.
- Take an internship or co-op to gain even more real-world experience—our students are highly sought by top automotive, accounting, engineering, and financial companies; nonprofit organizations; and government agencies.
- The Silicon Valley Spring Break experience is a one-of-a-kind trip available exclusively to School of Business and Economics students. Travel to the heart of the tech business world, tour top-level companies like Google and Cisco, meet with successful entrepreneurs, and more.
- Get involved with student organizations that fit your interests and offer great résumé experience, such as the Association of IT Professionals, Entrepreneurs Club, or DECA, a competition-driven student business club.
Our bachelor’s degree in engineering management will prepare you to understand the roles of engineering, technology, and business management in a multitude of industries. Engineers from all fields are in high demand right now, and with the benefit of a solid business education, the possibilities for graduates are virtually limitless.
What can I do with an engineering management degree?
- Product manager
- Project manager
- Industrial manager
- Decision engineer
- Quality engineer
- Technical sales
Where have our graduates found work?
- Department of Defense
- Ford Motor Company
- Stryker Instruments
- General Dynamics
- Roehl Transport