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Master of Engineering Management

This degree allows those who are currently working in an engineering-related field to expand their career potential and earn a degree that will pay dividends toward their future. The degree is applicable to individuals working in the aerospace, biosystems, chemical, civil, computer science and software, electrical and computer, industrial and systems, materials, mechanical and wireless industries.

Master of Engineering Management-Manufacturing Option

CodeTitleHours
INSY 6600Engineering Economic Systems3
or INSY 6606 Engineering Economic Systems
INSY 6800Lean Systems3
or INSY 6806 Lean Systems
INSY 7970Industrial and Systems Engineering Special Topics3
INSY 7080Human Factors Engineering3
or INSY 7086 Human Factors Engineering
INSY 6330Six Sigma3
or INSY 6336 Six Sigma
INSY 6840Control of the Manufacturing Floor and Processes3
or INSY 6846 Control of the Manufacturing Floor and Processes
BUSI 7140Organizational Leadership, Ethics and Change3
or BUSI 7146 Organizational Leadership, Ethics and Change
Select 9 Credits in INSY 6000-8999 or INSY-related @6000-8999 (Electives)9
Total Hours30

Master of Engineering Management-Occupational Safety and Ergonomics Option

CodeTitleHours
INSY 6600Engineering Economic Systems3
or INSY 6606 Engineering Economic Systems
INSY 6800Lean Systems3
or INSY 6806 Lean Systems
INSY 7970Industrial and Systems Engineering Special Topics3
INSY 7080Human Factors Engineering3
or INSY 7086 Human Factors Engineering
INSY 6010Safety Engineering I3
or INSY 6016 Safety Engineering I
INSY 7060Ergonomics I3
or INSY 7066 Dist-Ed Ergonomics I
BUSI 7140Organizational Leadership, Ethics and Change3
or BUSI 7146 Organizational Leadership, Ethics and Change
Select 9 Credits in INSY 6000-8999 or INSY-related @6000-8999 (Electives)9
Total Hours30

Master of Engineering Management-Product Innovation Option

CodeTitleHours
INSY 6600Engineering Economic Systems3
or INSY 6606 Engineering Economic Systems
INSY 6800Lean Systems3
or INSY 6806 Lean Systems
INSY 7970Industrial and Systems Engineering Special Topics3
INSY 7080Human Factors Engineering3
or INSY 7086 Human Factors Engineering
BUSI 7140Organizational Leadership, Ethics and Change3
or BUSI 7146 Organizational Leadership, Ethics and Change
INSY 7730Product Design, Development, and Test3
or INSY 7736 Product Design, Development, and Test
INSY 7740Product Launch, Manufacturing, and Delivery3
or INSY 7746 Product Launch, Manufacturing, and Delivery
Select 9 credits in INSY 6000-8999 or INSY-related @6000-8999 (Electives)9
Total Hours30

 Master of Engineering Management-Systems Option

CodeTitleHours
INSY 6600Engineering Economic Systems3
or INSY 6606 Engineering Economic Systems
INSY 6800Lean Systems3
or INSY 6806 Lean Systems
INSY 7970Industrial and Systems Engineering Special Topics3
INSY 7080Human Factors Engineering3
or INSY 7086 Human Factors Engineering
INSY 7720Systems Engineering I3
or INSY 7726 Systems Engineering I
INSY 7710Life Cycle Engineering3
or INSY 7716 Life Cycle Engineering
BUSI 7140Organizational Leadership, Ethics and Change3
or BUSI 7146 Organizational Leadership, Ethics and Change
Select 9 Credits in INSY 6000-8999 or INSY-related @6000-8999 (Electives)9
Total Hours30

Contact Us:

If you are interested in learning more about the Master of Engineering Management degree, please contact:

LuAnn Carpenter, graduate master's coordinator

mem@auburn.edu

334.844.1430

Last Updated: Sep 23, 2020