Learn to lead technical professionals.
The world, and your career, will benefit.
Institute's Master of Science in Engineering Management is a
21-month, part-time graduate degree program designed specifically for working
engineers and technical professionals. Our pre-planned, fully architected
program focuses on topics - business knowledge, technical acumen, strategic
thinking and leadership skills - critical to students' success in
technology-driven companies. With our Master of Science in Engineering
Management program, all the details are mapped out - from enrollment to
scheduling to class materials - and taken care of with our full-service
approach. We take the guesswork out of obtaining your degree, so you can focus
on what matters most: learning.
Unlike an MBA,
the Tufts Gordon Institute's Master of Science in Engineering Management
tailored to issues facing technical leaders. Our emphasis on practical
leadership skills provides students with the knowledge not only to manage
diverse groups, but to truly lead
teams and cultivate innovation in their company. Survey data from recent alums
show that with the skills gained through TGI's Master of Science in Engineering
Management program, 50 percent of students receive
promotions before they graduate; 95 percent are promoted within two years of
graduation; and approximately half report average annual salary increases
of 20 percent after graduating.
MSEM Program Director and Professor of the Practice Mary Viola discusses the
use of technology in the class "Learning to Lead."
Coupled with our technology focus is our renowned faculty. Steeped in
real-world experience, 80 percent of the program's faculty have either
previously or currently hold executive positions in industry and are experts in
their respective fields - making them uniquely suited to educating and mentoring
you. In addition to the breadth of knowledge provided by the faculty, students
learn from their classmates' years of professional experience. MSEM students
contribute unique points of view based on their experiences in the defense,
biotech, healthcare, medical instrumentation, electronics, telecom, computer
hardware/software and construction industries.
The structure of our Masters of Science in Engineering Management program
provides you with the contact time that is required to build close working
relationships with faculty and other graduate students. The intimate, dynamic
learning environment will encourage you to share your perspectives, challenge
you to think creatively, and enhance your ability to work in teams. Best of all,
evening programs, our Masters of Science in Engineering Management program
helps you advance your career without interrupting it.