MS Engineering Management is a graduate degree that bridges the gap between the fields of engineering and management. This program is generally suited for engineers and scientists interested in widening their knowledge breadth beyond their specific technical field into management and business. It can be earned with a prerequisite bachelor of science or engineering. MS Engineering Management enhances students’ managerial and functional skills, enabling them to better handle mechanical, industrial, and human functional processes, alongside achieving commercial goals. Key industry fundamentals like decision analysis, risk estimation, and handling and legal issues related to corporate projects are taught. The program is especially designed to equip students with useful tools needed in the high-tech industry for its improved performance and commercial viability.

Streams

  • Manufacturing Management
  • Software Project Management
  • Technology Management
  • Engineering Project Management

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • A minimum of 16 years of education leading to BS Degree in Engineering/ Applied Sciences or equivalent.
  • Minimum 2.00/4.00 CGPA or 50% marks
  • Admission Test / HEC Approved Test

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

A student admitted in this program will have to complete the degree requirements by following any one of the options given below:

AREA Cr. Hrs.
24 Cr. Hrs course work with 6 Cr. Hrs thesis 30
27 Cr. Hrs course work with 3 Cr. Hrs project 30
Course work only (10 Courses) 30

DURATION

This is normally a two years program comprising of 4 semesters. There will be a Fall and a Spring semester in each year. The maximum duration to complete MS in Engineering Management is 4 years.

CGPA REQUIREMENT

A student is required to earn a minimum 3.00/4.00 CGPA on the completion of his degree requirements.

Core Courses

Students are required to qualify all the core courses listed below:

Course Title Course Code Cr. Hrs
Engineering Management Techniques EM6113 3
Operation Research EM6323 3
Finance and Accounting for Engineering EM6213 3
Technology Management EM6703 3
Research Method EM6413 3

Elective Courses

Students are required to take 9, 12 or 15 credit hours from the list of elective courses listed below:

Course Title Course Code Cr. Hrs
Production Planning and Control EE6333 3
Supply Chain Management EM6343 3
Industrial Safety and Maintenance Management EM6373 3
Manufacturing Strategy EM6353 3
Product Design and Development EM6363 3
Project Risk Assessment and Decision Analysis EM6433 3
Project Management Information Systems EM6443 3
Project Scheduling, Planning and Control EM6463 3
Software Matrices EM6513 3
Software Quality Management EM6523 3
Software Requirements Engineering EM6533 3
Software Risk and Configuration Management EM6543 3
Innovation in Market Place EM6713 3
Quality and Productivity Improvement EM6133 3
Management of Project Based Organization MPM6113 3
Project Processes Planning and Control MPM6123 3
Project Monitoring and Evaluation MPM6133 3
Entrepreneurial Basic Plan Preparation EM6733 3
Competitive Strategies in Technology Management EM6773 3
Environmental and Energy Management EM6763 3
Entrepreneurial Basic Plan Preparation EM6733 3
Managing Technological Innovations EM6723 3
Environment Impact Assessment CE6723 3
Technology and Entrepreneurship EM6743 3
Transfer of Technology EM6753 3
Data Analysis and Quality Control CE5403 3

 

Research Thesis/Project

Course Title Course Code Cr. Hrs
Research Thesis EM6916 6
Research Project EM6913 3