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Graduate Programs in Engineering Management, Systems & Technology

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Our program will enhance your technical expertise while developing your management skills. You'll understand foundational concepts in statistics, operations research, simulation and practice applying these by using real-world data and current analysis tools in diverse arenas, enabling you to solve problems faced on the job. We offer the following programs:

  • The Master of Science program in Engineering Management (ENM) offers practicing engineers the analytical tools and management skills needed to plan, design, optimize and direct complex programs, processes, and systems and to lead the teams that make them work.
  • The Master of Science program in Management Science (MSC) teaches technical professionals how to apply the quantitative techniques and tools of operations research to solve problems in business, industry and government.

To demonstrate your ability to translate coursework into real-world application, we offer capstone projects. If you aspire toward an eventual doctorate degree, we also encourage you to work on a research project with our faculty that will culminate in a master’s thesis. Click here for research listings by our former graduates. 

You don't have to interrupt your career to earn a master's degree in our programs. We offer innovative distance learning that brings the classroom to you. Our convenient classes — in a traditional classroom setting and in a simultaneously online environment — enable you to move forward professionally while completing a degree in as little as two years. Our simulcast courses are offered fall, spring and summer semesters during lunchtime, late afternoon or evening and are recorded, so you have the convenience to playback classroom sessions.

Areas of Emphasis

  • Artificial Intelligence & Pattern Recognition
  • Engineering Education
  • Modeling & Simulation
  • Lean Six-Sigma
  • Operations Research Analysis
  • Reliability & Maintainability
  • Statistical Modeling and Experimental Design

Engineering Management, Systems and Technology, Prof. Scott Schneider, Department Chair

Kettering Laboratories
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0249

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