Solve technical problems. Keep projects on track. Communicate project needs and gather the resources necessary for successful project completion. Advance your engineering career as you grow into the role of engineering manager with the skills learned through the online Master of Engineering Management.
While engineers enter the workforce with a deep understanding of complex mathematics, physics, and science, engineering managers are expected to possess an entirely different set of skills in addition to the expected foundation. Engineering managers must understand issues related to finance, risk, forecasting and operations. They also are expected to master the soft skills necessary to effectively manage people.
Engineering managers are in demand. As of 2020, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projected the demand for engineering managers to grow at a rate of approximately 10% per year. Over the past decade, North Carolina has been in the top 11 states employing engineering managers.
The online Master of Engineering Management is designed to prepare engineers for career advancement. Explore details about the following common job titles held by professionals with these credentials:
- Engineering Manager (General)
- Engineering Program Manager
- Product Development Engineer
- Director of Engineering
- Civil Engineering Manager
- Product Engineering Manager
- Industrial Engineering Manager
- Quality Engineering Manager
- Design Engineering Manager
- Facilities Engineering Manager
- Electrical Engineering Manager
- Engineering Project Manager
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