This program is designed for current and entering engineering professionals who are seeking to interface in both the technical and business aspects of their industry.
UPON APPLYING, PLEASE SELECT “ENGINEERING – ONLINE” AS THE MAJOR. THEREAFTER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SELECT ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT AS A SPECIALIZATION.
Degree: Master of Science in Engineering With Certificate of Specialization in Engineering Management
Area Director: Professor Les Lackman,
Program Description: The Engineering Management program at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering is unique in its collaboration with faculty from the Anderson School of Management and the School of Law. This program is designed for current and entering engineering professionals who are seeking to interface in both the technical and business aspects of their industry. The essential role of an engineering manager requires the application and management of technology to solve complex issues and build new enterprises. Through business analytics, financial management, quality engineering and more, our students will enhance their performance and expand their business related skill set.
*Data accounts for students in the following programs: Data Science Engineering, Engineering Management, Mechanics of Structures, Sustainable Water Engineering, and Systems Engineering
Complete all 9 courses (36 units) and meet the comprehensive requirement.
Fundamental Courses in Engineering Management
(Year 1 and year 2 are interchangeable, depending on the availability of courses.)
ENGR 201 – Systems Engineering Systems Engineering (Fall)
ENGR 200 – Project Management (Winter)
ENGR 210 – Operation and Supply-Chain Management (Spring)
ENGR 211 – Financial Management (Summer)
ENGR 213 – Data and Business Analytics (Fall)
ENGR 214* – Management Communication (Winter) *This course does not offer the comprehensive exam question
ENGR 212 – Intellectual Property and Business Law (Spring)
ENGR 116 – Statistics for Management Decisions (Summer)
ENGR 188 – Quality Engineering and Management (projected term: Fall 2022)
ENGR 188 – Technology & Policy (new course beginning Fall 2021)
No electives are allowed for this area of study.
Comprehensive Exam Requirement
Students can meet the Comprehensive Exam Requirement by:
Taking and passing three written exams for three different graduate level courses within the student’s area of specialization. The written exams are held concurrently with the final exam of the graduate level courses. Students may select which exams they would like to count towards the Comprehensive Exam requirement.
Students are expected to complete the degree within two academic years and one quarter, including two summer sessions. The maximum time allowed in this program is three academic years (nine quarters), excluding summer sessions.