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Department of Engineering Management, Systems and Technology

Ready to take that next step?

Are you ready to enhance your technical expertise while developing your management skills? 

The Department of Engineering Management, Systems and Technology offers two graduate degrees that layout foundational concepts to quantify uncertainty, qualify investment and financial decisions, and manage engineering projects. You'll apply tools and techniques through project-based coursework that prepare you to effectively address on-the-job problems.

Plan of Study

  • Doctor of Engineering, Systems Engineering and Management (SEM)
  • Master of Science in Engineering Management (ENM)
  • Master of Science in Systems Engineering (SYE)

View the Academic Catalog for plans of study and course descriptions.

Bachelor's Plus Master's Program

The School of Engineering Bachelor's Plus Master's (BPM) Program encourages high-performing UD undergraduate students to continue their studies and complete a Master's Degree at UD. Earn your Master's degree in an accelerated program and enjoy a deeply discounted graduate tuition rate! Learn more about our BPM Program.


Engineering Management and Systems Engineering

Human Factors and Cognitive Engineering, Engineering Education, Modeling and Simulation, Lean Six-Sigma, Diversity and Leadership, Operations Research Analysis. Reliability and Maintainability, Statistical, Modeling and Experimental Design, Systems Engineering, Supply Chain Management

Distance Learning

Don't interrupt your career to earn a master's degree!

Distance learning brings the classroom to you. Convenient classes — traditional and simultaneously online — you move forward professionally and complete a degree. Offered fall, spring and summer — lunchtime, afternoon, evening — and recorded for your playback.


Engineering Management, Systems and Technology, Susan Scachitti, Department Chair

Kettering Laboratories, Room 321
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0249

Visit UD

When immersed in graduate studies, it helps to be surrounded by an inclusive and supportive community on a picturesque campus just minutes from downtown Dayton.

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