New students admitted with credit transfer are also required to pay the full program fee. Students who take additional courses or need to retake any courses are required to pay additional fee.)
In today's knowledge-based economy, companies and enterprises must compete relentlessly in terms of costs, quality and time to market themselves in the global context. Knowledge of cutting-edge management techniques, such as Logistics Management, Supply Chain Management, Six Sigma Processes, and knowledge in the effective deployment of information technology, are necessary to help companies compete successfully in the global arena. In addition, a good foundation in basic managerial training, such as operations management, project management, people management and basic business management, is essential in launching a management career.
This unique Master of Science (MSc) Program in Engineering Enterprise Management is the result of collaboration between the School of Engineering and the School of Business and Management. It is specially designed for professionals with technical background, industry managers, as well as practicing engineers and scientists of all disciplines who desire more advanced and up-to-date training to launch or further their career in future global enterprise management - either in the service or manufacturing industry.
On successful completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
- Develop integrated and innovative business strategies based on basic principles and techniques in various areas including operations, logistics, marketing, finance, accounting, economics and information systems;
- Identify, formulate and analyze engineering management problems and arrive at effective and efficient solutions;
- Apply quantitative and qualitative methods to conduct product and innovation development and quality management from design to market;
- Apply advanced management techniques and skills to decision making in global enterprises;
- Use engineering tools and data analytics to develop solutions for the design, analysis, operations, and evaluations of real-world complex systems; and
- Apply organizational and team skills to manage projects, processes and businesses, and communicate effectively at all levels.
What You’ll Learn
Minimum Credit Requirement
Subject to the approval of the Program Director and the University regulations governing credit transfer, a maximum of 6 credits may be transferred to the program.
EEMT 5990Problem Solving for Engineering Managers1 Credit(s)
EEMT 5100Principles and Techniques for Technical Management2 Credit(s)
EEMT 5120Operation/Production Management3 Credit(s)
EEMT 5160Transportation and Logistics Management3 Credit(s)
EEMT 5220Six Sigma Quality Management3 Credit(s)
EEMT 5260Product Development Management3 Credit(s)
EEMT 5300Global Supply Chain Management3 Credit(s)
EEMT 5360IT System for Global Enterprise3 Credit(s)
EEMT 5500Applied Probability, Statistics and Data Analytics3 Credit(s)
EEMT 5510Engineering Economics and Cost Management3 Credit(s)
EEMT 5520Service Operations Management3 Credit(s)
EEMT 5530Financial Engineering and Risk Management3 Credit(s)
EEMT 6000Special Topics in Engineering Enterprise Management3 Credit(s)
EEMT 6900Independent Study3 Credit(s)
SBMT 5020Fundamentals of Economics and Finance3 Credit(s)
SBMT 5030Marketing Management and Strategy3 Credit(s)
Subject to the approval of the Program Director and course instructor, students have an option to take a maximum of 6 credits of other postgraduate courses from outside this list.
Part-time students may take a maximum of 9 credits in each term.
Students failing to meet the graduation grade average (GGA) requirement of 2.850 or above are required to repeat or take additional course(s) even if they attain passing grades for all courses.