List of Top Engineering Management Schools and Colleges in the U.S.
Learn more about some of the top engineering management schools in the United States. Read on for information about the schools that offer some of the best engineering management degree programs, their rankings, and program curricula.
The following schools represent two of the best programs in engineering management in the country. Both universities have been ranked for their excellence by not only U.S. News and World Report but the Princeton Review as well. Master's degree programs in engineering management are offered by both schools; one additionally offers a Ph.D. program in the field. Read on for more information about the coursework included in some of the best engineering management degree programs in the nation.
1. George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
|School Highlight: The Science and Engineering Hall, a $300 million, 500,000 square foot state-of-the-art building, recently opened its doors for research.|
The Princeton Review noted that George Washington University was one of the best universities in the northeast, while U.S. News and World Report ranked the university tied for 54th on the list of best national universities in 2015. A Ph.D. and a master's degree can be acquired in engineering management at this university. Areas of focus at the doctorate level include crisis management, cost engineering, environmental management, and information management. Master's level courses in the program include management of technical organizations, survey of finances, engineering economics, system engineering, and elements of problem solving.
2. Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas
|School Highlight: Assistantships are given to over 80% of graduate students who reside on-campus.|
U.S. News and World Report ranked Kansas State University tied for 142nd overall among national universities in 2015, and the Princeton Review called the college one of the best schools in the west. An engineering management degree is available at the master's level. It is a part-time program that can be completed in two to four years. The courses in the program include advanced industrial management, advanced engineering economy, advanced production and inventory control, industrial logistics engineering, and engineering project management.
Top Engineering Management Colleges and Schools
|Northeastern University||The M.S. in Engineering Management is available full- and part-time, on campus and online; a concurrent graduate certificate in engineering leadership is also offered||Boston, MA|
|Portland State University||The Department of Engineering and Technology Management works closely with its Engineering Technology Management Advisory Council (ETMAC), an organized group of local industry professionals||Portland, OR|
|University of Arizona||The Department of Systems and Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management supports ten areas of research||Tucson, AZ|
|University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign||Ranked tied for 42nd among national universities in 2015, per U.S. News and World Report||Champaign, IL|
|University of Kansas||The graduate program in engineering management is intended for working students who attend class once per week||Lawrence, KS|
|Wayne State University||Applicants to the M.S. in Engineering Management program must be currently working in the engineering field or have a minimum of two years previous experience as a professional engineer||Detroit, MI|