Master of Engineering Management

  • Master of Engineering Management

“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 2018 MEM graduate
Micah Chaffee
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Coordinator, Master of Engineering Management

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U.S. News & World Report's 2019 Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs

The College of Engineering, in collaboration with UNL's M.B.A. Program, offers the fully online Master of Engineering Management (MEM), a professional practice-oriented advanced degree.

The MEM is designed for individuals who have a degree in engineering or a quantitative area. The MEM is appropriate for engineers in all fields and can be completed 100% online. 

Our program provides students with technical project management and organizational leadership skills in the engineering workplace. You'll integrate business and engineering principles in solving problems, making decisions and managing risks in complex engineering scenarios. This practice empowers students to confidently lead projects that are both innovative and cost effective.

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Courses and Credit Hours:

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The MEM degree program requires 30 credit hours. Online courses are three semester credit hours and held in accelerated 8-week sessions. At least 15 credit hours must be completed in Engineering coursework (9 MEM course credits and at least 6 engineering elective credits).

Required MEM Courses 9 credit hours
Required MBA Courses 9 credit hours
Required Engineering Electives 6 credit hours
Flex Courses (Engineering, Business or Other) 6 credit hours
TOTAL 30 credit hours

Our MEM program prepares you for the management of business challenges in your engineering career. The curriculum gives you the acumen to effectively lead in an engineering environment, to successfully respond to technical and business challenges, and to support your organization to be agile and competitive in a global economy.
Dr. Jena Shafai Asgarpoor Associate Professor of Practice, Durham School
Director, MEM (Master of Engineering Management)