ROCHESTER — Oakland University’s Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, in cooperation with its School of Business Administration, announces its successful Masters in Engineering Management (MEM) program will also be offered online beginning January 2013.
This online program is for working engineers who wish to expand their career opportunities and is designed to be completed in two calendar years while working full-time.
This program imparts the knowledge necessary to successfully manage in environments where technologies are essential to success.
Students will receive the same Oakland University MEM degree that is currently offered on-campus, only the course delivery method will be online instead of in the classroom.
Specifically, the online MEM program features:
• Advanced engineering courses with a focus on improving productivity, students select five or six engineering courses including engineering decision analysis, statistical quality analysis, and e-commerce and ERP.
• Management courses that are relevant to individual career needs and goals, students select four or five management courses in areas like accounting, finance, marketing, and organizational behavior.
• A fee-free structure where students only pay tuition, and In-state tuition rates apply to all students – even the application is free.
• Online learning using advanced learning management systems with a global reach.
Applications are currently being taken with online classes beginning in January 2013.
For additional information or to apply, visit www.oakland.edu/ise or contact the Online MEM Program Coordinator, Dr. Chris Wagner, Associate Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering Department, (248) 370-2215, email@example.com.