Engineering Management (MEM)
ODU’s Engineering Management degree program is founded in the solid principles of systems science and systems engineering, while exploiting the technical analysis tools of management science. The course work is designed to produce graduates capable of addressing issues related to the design, operation, analysis, and transformation of complex problems.
Particular emphasis in the Engineering Management degree program is placed not only on the technical methods and tools necessary for success in technology-based enterprises, but also on the critical thinking skills essential to effectively communicate and manage completion of complex projects.
Applicants must have an undergraduate degree from an ABET-accredited program in engineering or engineering technology, or from a fully accredited program in applied science with a GPA of at least 3.0 or better for regular admission.
See the program's web site for additional details.
If you are an international student interested in taking this program online from your home country, please contact the ODU International Admission Office for assistance.
Careers In This Field
- Project management
- Quality management
- Systems engineering
- Production management
- Engineering sales
- Operations engineering
- Maintenance engineering
- Research and development
Graduate Distance Learning Tuition Rates
|Tuition Classification||Cost per credit hour|
|Virginia residents (with Virginia domicile)||$412|
|Students living outside of Virginia||$412|
|* In Virginia but without Virginia domicile||$1048|
Effective Summer 2013. Rates are subject to change. Please visit the Office of Finance web site for complete tuition details.
* For questions about domicile or “in-state” status as it applies to tuition rates, please visit the University Registrar web site.
- ENMA 600 Cost Estimation and Financial Analysis
- ENMA 601 Organizational Analysis
- ENMA 603 Operations Research
- ENMA 604 Project Management
- ENMA 614 Quality Systems Design
- ENMA 715 Systems Analysis or ENMA 724 Risk Analysis