M.S. in Engineering Management students work on a team project.

Start-ups and multinational corporations, nonprofits, and government agencies all require a new kind of leadership—individuals with an innovation mindset and the expertise to translate ideas into real-world action.

All Tufts Gordon Institute programs share a visionary approach to fostering creativity and leadership development. Through a curriculum directly applicable to students’ professional interests and mentorship by faculty who are leaders of industry and entrepreneurship, students gain the skills, confidence, and experience to harness the power of cross-disciplinary teams and advance their careers while growing into leaders for the innovation economy of the 21st century.

Tufts Gordon Institute programs focus on engineering management, innovation and entrepreneurship:

  • Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM)
    The MSEM program is a part-time, two-year program geared towards working professionals who wish to gain the tools and managerial knowledge necessary to become a technical leader who inspires and cultivates innovation in the workplace.
  • Master of Science in Innovation & Management (MSIM)
    The MSIM  program is a one-year professional master’s degree designed for recent graduates with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering or  mathematics who aspire to be technology innovators and entrepreneurs.
  • Professional Education Program
    These graduate-level courses give technology industry professionals the credentials to advance in a highly competitive marketplace. Up to two Professional Education courses can be applied toward the degree requirements for the M.S. in Engineering Management program.
  • Minor in Engineering Management
    Tufts undergraduate Engineering students can earn a minor in Engineering Management to develop and hone their leadership skills before entering the workplace.
  • Minor in Entrepreneurial Leadership
    This business-focused minor is designed for Liberal Arts, Sciences and Engineering Tufts undergraduate students who are interested in building their entrepreneurial and business skills.

If you aspire to become a leader and develop innovative solutions for the world’s challenges, we invite you to become part of the Tufts University’s Gordon Institute community. Contact our staff or request more information to learn more about our programs.


Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium
Tufts University is a member of the Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC), a small group of highly recognized university graduate level programs in engineering management.