Tufts Gordon Institute launches new Saturday M.S. in Engineering Management program format
Three program formats allow technical professionals to select the option that best fits their careers and their lives.
To meet growing demand and provide more choices to technical professionals pursuing graduate studies, Tufts University is launching a new Saturday program format for its flagship M.S. in Engineering Management (MSEM) beginning in September 2015.
With the launch of the Saturday format, the MSEM program is now offered in three program formats, Weekend, Evening and Saturday. With three program formats to choose from, working professionals can select the program that helps them to balance their studies with their careers and personal lives. According to Mary Viola, MSEM program director, “Our focus is to provide students with a high quality education and deliver it in a way that facilitates their participation and full engagement in learning. The addition of the Saturday program allows us to not only to meet the demand for the program, but also to satisfy the diverse scheduling needs of working professionals.”
M.S. in Engineering Management Program Formats
- Evening: two evenings per week, 6 – 9 pm
- Weekend: two weekends per month (Fri. & Sat.), 9 am–4 pm
- Saturday: every Saturday, 9 am – 4 pm
All MSEM program formats have identical academic requirements, are four semesters (21 months) in duration and provide the same relevant, rigorous and transformational educational experience that distinguish Tufts MSEM. Students begin the program each fall and move together as a cohort through the four semester curriculum. In addition to classes, students are also required to demonstrate their ability to be technical leaders through completion of two major real-world projects.
Applications are being accepted now for September 2015 Evening, Weekend and Saturday M.S. in Engineering Management programs.