...raising the awareness of the Master of Engineering Management (MEM) degree, expanding its value-added opportunities and forging business partnerships...
The Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC) is a small group of highly selective and forward-thinking professional graduate engineering management programs dedicated to the following goals:
- Maintaining outstanding, industry relevant academic programs by sharing best practices, curricular innovations, benchmarking studies, and industry and student surveys
- Providing a national network of MEM students, alumni and faculty to facilitate career progress and placement
- Promoting the benefits of an MEM degree to business and industry through joint outreach ventures
- Answering the question: What can someone with an MEM degree do for your company?
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MEMPC: A Consortium of highly recognized university graduate level programs in engineering management