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MS Engineering Management Courses

The Master of Science in Engineering Management program at Trine University in Peoria, Arizona will require 31 credit hours to graduate completed over 3 standard semesters.

Required Prerequisite

Required course for international students who have not studied in the US.

  • ENG 502 Critical Writing & Application (2)

Business Core - 19 credit hours
BA 6933 Statistics and Quantitative Method (3)
ENG 501 Research & Writing for Professional Success (1)
FIN 5203 Finance for Engineers (3)
GE 5103 Project Management (3)
GE 5113 New Product Development and Innovation Strategies (3)
LDR 5223 Organizational Communication (3)
MGT 5093 Business Strategy and Decision Making (3)

Electives (Choose 12 hours from the following courses) - 12 credit hours
GE 5133 Lean Six Sigma (3)
GE 5143 Manufacturing Systems Integration (3)
GE 5163 Engineered Quality (3)
LAW 5003 Law and the Engineering Professional  (3)
LDR 5023 Strategic Leadership (3) 
MGT 543 Operations Strategy and Management (3)
MGT 5013 Advanced Plant Management (3)

A candidate for the graduate programs must have the following:

  • A Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent) with a general education component from a regionally accredited institution.
  • A minimum composite undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 of a 4.0 scale.
  • An official transcript showing a bachelor's degree awarded by an accredited college or university with an acceptable grade point average.

Up to six credits earned at an approved institution with grades of "C" or better may be transferred. Credits a student wishes to transfer toward a degree shall be evaluated and approved by the regional education center where the student is enrolled. Official transcripts must be received in order for college credit to be awarded. Credits earned toward an undergraduate degree will not be considered for transfer toward the master's degree.