The next application deadline is June 27, 2023.
Online Master of Engineering in Engineering Management

Top 10 Online Master's in Engineering Management Program.

GMAT/GRE not required

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Program Benefits

Our Online Master of Engineering in Engineering Management (MEM) program pairs the quality of our on-campus program with the flexibility of part-time study and remote coursework. Online MEM students take coursework built on three pillars: management for engineers, data science and management, and engineering modeling and risk analysis. Students choose between two program concentrations: Managerial Analytics or Supply Chain and Logistics Management.

Excellence in Online Education

StevensOnline is a seven-time winner of the 21st Century Award for Best Practices in Distance Learning by the United States Distance Learning Association.

A Practice-Based Approach

Led by experienced educators and researchers, our engineering management program offers an education that is practice-based and research-supported.

Innovation Across Industries

Our graduates are prepared to assume professional positions across a broad range of industries, such as healthcare, technology, finance, business and software systems.

Quick Facts

Next Start Date:
September 11, 2023


  • Credit Hours: 30
  • Courses: 10
  • Years to Complete: 2 or less

Career Outlook

Job Title
Average Income
Job Title: Architectural and Engineering Manager
Employed: 197,000
Average Income: $150,000
Job Title: Industrial Production Manager
Employed: 179,000
Average Income: $109,000
Job Title: Materials Engineer
Employed: 25,000
Average Income: $96,000
Job Title: Industrial Engineer
Employed: 295,000
Average Income: $89,000
Source: Lightcast Labor Market Data, 2021. Numbers rounded to the nearest thousand.

No. 13
for Best Career Placement

Stevens was named one of the Top 20 U.S. Private Schools for Best Career Placement by The Princeton Review (2022).

Top 25
in the U.S.

U.S. News & World Report named our program among the Top 25 Online Master’s in Engineering Programs in the U.S. (2022).

No. 14
Best Value School

Stevens was ranked No. 14 among “Best Value Colleges” by Payscale (2021).*

No. 9
Program in the U.S.

Named the No. 9 Online Engineering Management Program in the country by U.S News & World Report (2022).

*Based on the cost of a four-year bachelor’s degree program.

Career Aligned Curriculum

Why Choose Stevens

Our Online MEM program produces engineering leaders capable of creating, applying and managing technology to solve complex issues, invent new processes and products, build new enterprises, and gain insights from their data. 100% of MEM graduates in the Class of 2021 accepted job offers within three months of graduating.*

*Based on data from 63% of the spring 2021 full-time program graduates.

The next deadline is June 27, 2023

The Stevens Advantage

The expected growth in infrastructure means the increased need for skilled engineering managers. With your Stevens Master of Engineering in Engineering Management, you’ll gain the expertise to lead a team of engineers and developers to tackle complex projects with sustainable solutions.

Our part-time, online program provides you with the flexibility to earn your degree while continuing to work and gain the skills needed to effectively manage an engineering team in a more technical role. You’ll stay on top of industry developments and leverage emerging engineering technologies to drive future innovation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Students in the Online Master of Engineering in Engineering Management program are required to take 10 classes (30 credit hours). On average, students can earn their degree in less than two years. This timeline may vary depending on how many credits are taken each semester.

The MEM is an online program centered around students engaging in distance learning coursework so that they are ready to oversee complex projects from start to finish.

You will receive a Master of Engineering.

No. GMAT and GRE scores are not required.

Yes. Students have a variety of options to fund their education. We encourage you to consult with the Office of Financial Aid or a financial advisor when determining the best way to fund your education.

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