BEST COLLEGE REVIEWS APPLAUDS ONLINE M.E.M. PROGRAM

BEST COLLEGE REVIEWS APPLAUDS ONLINE M.E.M. PROGRAM

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“The MEM program has prepared me to continue down the path of success to increasingly larger and more visible roles within my company.”<br><br>Matt Walker ‘06 MECH/‘18 MEM Manager, Mechanical Engineering Zachry Engineering Corporation, Omaha, Nebraska
“The MEM program has prepared me to continue down the path of success to increasingly larger and more visible roles within my company.”

Matt Walker ‘06 MECH/‘18 MEM Manager, Mechanical Engineering Zachry Engineering Corporation, Omaha, Nebraska

The online master’s in engineering management at Nebraska continues to be nationally recognized. 

Best College Reviews ranked UNL’s master’s in engineering management program No. 21 in its Top 50 Online Master’s Degrees in Engineering Management Online for 2019. 

The online review journal chose Nebraska’s M.E.M. program for its outstanding reputation, for having a comprehensive core curriculum, faculty excellence and the commitment to providing students with the tools needed to achieve their educational and career goals. 

Best College Reviews rankings were compiled using data from College Navigator regarding tuition, as well as program information gleaned directly from each institution’s official website. The methodology used to determine the rankings is based on tuition, customization options within the degree program, both in content and format, and factor in each program’s unique offerings. 

Sometimes referred to as the M.B.A. for engineers, the MEM unites the fields of engineering and technology with business. Through this collaboration, these programs that prepare graduates to take on leadership positions in engineering. 

For more information about Best College Reviews and to see UNL’s M.E.M. ranking, visit: 
bestcollegereviews.org/top/online-masters-engineering-management 

“(Our M.E.M. program) offers the knowledge, skills, and acumen to successfully face both the technical and the business challenges of their careers, to effectively lead in their engineering profession and to help their organizations be lean, agile and competitive in the global economy.” 
Jena Shafai Asgarpoor, Ph.D., MEM director