The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management at Michigan Tech features coursework tailored to meet industry and professional standards, preparing graduates to lead teams and projects.
Engineering management majors complete a comprehensive business curriculum, along with courses in science, engineering, and math, bridging the gap between engineering and business.
Nationwide, the American Society for Engineering Management recognizes approximately 28 institutions offering this major—Michigan Tech is one of only two in Michigan. The program is specifically designed based on industry demand to bridge business with engineering. Engineering management graduates are in great demand by companies seeking professionals with a fundamental technical understanding and a strong business underpinning.
Michigan Tech is the place to develop a business career fueled by technology and innovation. Our AACSB accredited BS in Engineering Management prepares students to create the future.
Tomorrow Needs Engineering Managers
A degree in engineering management can lead to a wide range of career paths. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that architectural and engineering managers earn median pay of $152,350 per year. The number of jobs in this category is expected to grow by 8,100 through 2030 as companies seek to replace workers exiting the labor force through retirement.
Be Career Ready
Earn a business degree from Michigan Tech and graduate career-ready for tomorrow's technology-driven world.
Each year, more than 400 employers come to campus to recruit Huskies at our Career Fairs. Our business grads go on to work at Fortune 500 companies, tech start-ups, small businesses, and everything in between.
Career Opportunities in Engineering Management
- Customer relations
- Operations management
- Process engineering
- Project management
- Quality assurance
Companies that Hire Michigan Tech Engineering Management Graduates:
Greenheck Fan Corporation