Engineering Management, Project Management Track (MA.S.)

Illinois Tech’s Master of Engineering Management program allows new engineering graduates to explore the possibilities offered by advancing technology through strategic business practices. This program is also recommended for seasoned employees seeking to gain a second skillset for their engineering portfolio.

Our Master of Engineering Management program features two specialty tracks—Project Management or Product Design and Development. Both tracks will provide students with an accelerated pathway to management positions within engineering-based industries and will enable students to make decisions at site, company, industrial, and sector levels.

In the Project Management track, students learn how to make economic decisions, administer contracts, manage construction equipment, analyze productivity, and address legal problems. Coursework includes topics in contract administration and transportation asset management, in addition to entrepreneurship and intellectual property management.

Program Overview

Students will learn how to make economic decisions, administer contracts, manage construction equipment, analyze productivity, and address legal problems. Coursework includes topics in contract administration and transportation asset management, in addition to entrepreneurship and intellectual property management.

Career Opportunities

Our graduate engineering management program specializing in project management will prepare you for such careers as:

  • Engineering senior project manager
  • Transportation senior project manager
  • Civil engineer project manager

The Master of Engineering Management program with a specialization in Project Management enables students to make economic decisions, administer contracts, manage construction equipment, analyze productivity, and address legal problems. Coursework includes topics in contract administration and transportation asset management, in addition to entrepreneurship and intellectual property management.

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Each applicant will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis during the application review process to determine any deficiency course requirements.