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Few graduate engineering programs offer a separate degree in engineering management. Even fewer can match Merrimack’s suite of benefits, including:
Our engineering management master’s degree equips you to meet the high industry demand for engineering managers. You’ll gain relevant, applied expertise in project supervision, communication, team building, quantitative analysis, decision science, economics, ethics, and other essential engineering management skills.
With small classes and a diverse student population, Merrimack College provides an ideal setting for advanced engineering management studies. You’ll become proficient at synthesizing information across disciplines, working collaboratively and solving problems creatively.
Merrimack College has active partnerships with major corporations such as MITRE, Raytheon, and MKS Instruments. You’ll have opportunities to gain hands-on experience, work with engineering management pros, and build your professional network.
You’ll learn from seasoned engineering managers who’ve spent years in the industry working for national and global corporations such as CDM Smith and MITRE. Our faculty integrate professional know-how with academic expertise, offering practical insight and career guidance along with textbook instruction.
Merrimack College’s engineering management master’s degree caters to a diverse population. We welcome international students, working adults, career changers and students from non-engineering backgrounds.
We offer multiple pathways to completion. You can complete the master’s in engineering management in less than a year as a full-time student, or take courses part-time to accommodate your work schedule. However you earn the degree, our master’s in engineering management can raise your career trajectory and increase your earning power.
The master’s degree in engineering management opens a wide range of professional doors. Engineering managers are in high demand across many industries, with seasoned managers earning average salaries of more than $130,000. In particular, high-tech employers seek well-rounded leaders who can:
Graduates of Merrimack College’s engineering management master’s program stand out in the job market. Our diverse population, interdisciplinary focus, industry partnerships, and experienced faculty provide you with a distinct set of strengths that employers value highly.
Merrimack College offers robust fellowship opportunities to students in the master’s in engineering management program. Qualified applicants gain enhanced professional development via a work placement of up to 25 hours per week. You’ll work closely with a faculty member to gain hands-on experience in activities such as:
The fellowship includes full tuition (excluding fees). In addition, scholarships are available to eliminate partial tuition, and they may include advanced professional development opportunities.