- About the Program
- Curriculum – including courses
- Admission Requirements
- Start Dates and Application Deadlines
About the Program
The goal of the Rowan University Master of Engineering Management (MEM) is to effectively prepare engineers for management level positions. Students in this program receive knowledge of administrative procedures such as budgeting, strategic decision making, and supervising. Also, the combination of courses from Rowan’s College of Engineering and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) accredited Rohrer College of Business equips students with the ideal balance of advanced technical knowledge and managerial skills required to advance as managers. The Online Master of Engineering Management program is designed to make it convenient for working professionals to attend class and continue to pursue their engineering management career goals.
Curriculum – Program Code: .COMEM-ENMAN / Major Code: G913
The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) is a part-time program offered in an accelerated online format. This degree requires the completion of 30 graduate semester hours or 10 courses. Two courses are scheduled per semester for five consecutive semesters resulting in possible degree completion in less than 24 months.
Each course is scheduled in 8 week modules with each week of work starting every Tuesday at 8:00a.m. and ending every Monday at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time). The graduate-level courses listed here are not official and are subject to change. For an official list of available courses please visit the CGCE section tally. Click on the courses below to view available course descriptions.
|Course Number||Course Title||Semester Hours|
|ENGR 01501||Special Topics in Engineering: Facilities Management||3|
|ENGR 01501||Special Topics in Engineering: Systems||3|
|MGT 06677||Management Skills for Engineers||3|
|EM 01512||Quality in Engineering Management||3|
|MGT 06666||Managing Engineering Teams||3|
|EM 01501||Engineering Economics||3|
|EM 01511||Strategic Risk Management||3|
|MIS 02526||Project Management for Engineers||3|
|EM 01541||Engineering Law and Ethics||3|
|EM 01513||Engineering Decisions||3|
|Total Semester Hours: 30|
Eligible students should have completed the following undergraduate foundation courses at an accredited institution:
- Chemistry I
- Physics I
- Calculus I
- Statistics I
The following is a list of items required to begin the application process for the Rowan University Online Master of Engineering Management (MEM) program. There may be additional action or materials required for admission to the program. Upon receipt of the materials below a representative from the CGCE Admissions Processing Office will contact you with confirmation or indicating any missing items.
- Completed Graduate-level CGCE Application Form. Download the PDF or click here to apply online.
- $65 (U.S.) non-refundable application fee
- Bachelor's degree (or its equivalent) from an accredited institution of higher learning
- Official transcripts from all colleges attended (regardless of number of credits earned)
- Current professional resume
- Typewritten statement of professional objectives
- Two letters of recommendation
- Recommended GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
- CGCE Foundation Course Completion Form (pdf)
Start Dates and Application Deadlines
Below is a list of anticipated start dates for the Online Master of Engineering Management program. The start dates indicated are based on the university calendar or the CGCE schedule. Your actual first day of class will depend on the course sequence which will be provided by a CGCE Enrollment Advisor once you have matriculated in the program.
|Entry Term & Module||Start Date(s)||Application Deadline(s)|
|Summer 2013 – Module 5||05/07/2013||04/01/2013|
|Summer 2013 – Module 6||07/02/2013||06/01/2013|
|Fall 2013 – Module 1||Late Aug./Early Sept.||08/01/2013|
|Fall 2013 – Module 2||TBD||09/15/2013|
|Spring 2014 – Module 3||Early January||11/01/2013|
|Spring 2014 – Module 4||TBD||02/15/2014|
Tuition and Costs
$745 per semester hour
(this rate applies to academic year 2012/2013 and is subject to change)