The degrees offered by MEMPC universities combine professional engineering practice with core business and management subjects typically found in an M.B.A. program. These comprehensive graduate engineering degrees provide a blend of engineering skill and business knowledge needed to develop innovative solutions to complex business problems. Depending on each Program’s requirements, new or experienced engineering professionals are prepared for technical leadership roles and develop the skills to manage emerging technologies and the ability to assess economic needs.

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About the Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC)

Benefits of the Consortium

  1. Sharing best practices, benchmarking studies, curriculum
  2. Raising the stature of engineering management through joint ventures
  3. Establishing student, faculty and alumni networking
  4. Providing employers with access to outstanding candidates
  5. Raising awareness of the MEM to increase the value of the degree and propel graduates through their careers

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