Vanderbilt M.Eng. in Engineering Management | Online
Top-ranked Vanderbilt’s online program prepares you with the management skills needed to advance as a leader in your field.1
No GRE Required — Test scores often don’t tell the whole story. Instead of requiring standardized tests, we evaluate your experience and goals.
Experienced Professional Network — Join accomplished engineers from various industries and learn from renowned Vanderbilt faculty.
12-Month Track Available — In as little as one year, graduate ready to drive impactful technological solutions and influence the engineers on your team.
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Advance with Vanderbilt’s Renowned Engineering Community
best university in the nation, according to U.S. News2
most innovative university in the world, according to Reuters3
years of learning and driving solutions at the School of Engineering
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Apply Management Expertise to Your Engineering Industry
As a student in the M.Eng. in engineering management program, you will hone your people and project management practices through an engineering lens.You will also have the opportunity to form relationships with other accomplished and creative professionals. To promote a dynamic, online engineering community, Vanderbilt requires that applicants hold a bachelor’s degree in an engineering or STEM subject and have at least two years of relevant professional experience.
Learn from expert faculty in live, online classes.
Experience a high-quality, collaborative learning platform.
Conduct a real-world capstone project in your field.
As a student, you will participate in the Vanderbilt School of Engineering mission by producing real change through creative engineering innovations. The rigorous program curriculum prepares you for this through a focus on business principles and their application to engineering industries. You will study topics such as accounting and finance for engineers, technology development and innovation, strategy and forecasting, operations and supply chain management, product development, and leadership in engineering and technology.