Engineering Management (B.S.)
The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management degree uniquely positions students to make decisions concerning product process development in ways that combine technical, financial, marketing, human resources, and strategic considerations. Students are prepared to perform economic analyses for new products, evaluate technologies, and assess business processes.
Students completing this program will be able to prepare business plans that include financial details, marketing strategies, and design decisions based on target costs and forecasted rate of return on investment capital.
Students will learn the fundamentals of science, engineering management, and business administration by concentrating on the development of critical thinking skills directed toward practical problem solving and informed decision-making.
Our engineering management program will prepare you for such careers as:
- Automation engineer
- Design engineer
- Product engineer
- Client services analyst
Disclaimer for prospective students, please read.
Illinois Tech’s undergraduate degree in engineering management curriculum offers students the opportunity to obtain skills and competencies that are highly relevant. The program is driven by the accelerating development of new technologies in the global economy and offered at the intersection of engineering invention and business administration.
Admissions requirements ensure that incoming students are well-prepared and qualified to succeed in their chosen program. Prospective students must review each program of interest to determine whether they meet admissions requirements as outlined in the course bulletin.
- Aerospace Engineering
- Architectural Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering: Cell and Tissue Track
- Biomedical Engineering: Medical Imaging Track
- Biomedical Engineering: Neural Engineering Track
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Irewole Akande is addressing the lack of knowledge about proper handwashing techniques through design innovation and strives to help improve lives within local and global communities.Irewole Akande (Engineering Management ’17)