MS in Engineering Management
California, United States
USC Marshall MEM Overview
The MS in Engineering Management program (MSEMT) is intended for undergraduates with college degrees in science or related sciences to set them up for the management courses. As an MSEMT student, you will figure out how to lead innovation technology projects as well as manage groups or teams. This program is apt for undergraduates from all engineering specializations and does not emphasize specifically on Industrial & Systems Engineering.
USC Marshall MEM Highlights
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Program and Curriculum
USC Marshall’s MS in Engineering Management program is programmed mainly for engineers whose career objectives are mainly based on establishing a technical management base.
A total of 30 units is required for the degree. A minimum of 18 units must be taken in the Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. A total of 21 units must be at the 500 level or above. The program is available via distance education
- Statistics for Engineering Managers (Units: 3)
- Engineering Project Management (Units: 3)
- Management of Engineering Teams (Units: 3)
- Economic Analysis of Engineering Projects (Units: 3)
Four courses for at least 12 units chosen to form a coherent program with the consent of the adviser.
Select any one
- Optimization Methods for Analytics (Units: 3)
- Linear Programming and Extensions (Units: 3)
- Decision Analysis (Units: 3)
Select one 500 level course with business and/or managment content with adviser approval
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USC Marshall Alumni Info
The USC Marshall Alumni Association provides you the opportunities to connect to its more than 93,000 reputed alumni members around the globe to stay in touch with each other, the School, and the USC Trojan Family.
Some Famous Alumni
- Marc Benioff (CEO, Salesforce.com)
- Chris DeWolfe (Co-Founder, MySpace)
- Ivan Glasenberg (CEO, Glencore)
- Tom Hicks (American Investor)
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in any engineering or engineering-related disciplines including but not limited to:
- Mechanical Engineering,
- Electrical Engineering & Communications,
- Computer Science,
- Industrial Engineering,
- Civil Engineering,
- Construction Management,
- Chemical Engineering,
- Electrical Engineering,
- Aerospace Engineering,
- Computer Engineering, and
- Biomedical Engineering.
MS in Engineering Management
|Rounds Deadline Dates|
Spring 2020 August 31, 2019
|Spring 2020 (Final) September 15, 2019|
|Fall 2020 December 15, 2019|
|Fall 2020 (Final) January 15, 2020|
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The application fee is $90 for all graduate programs, except those offered by the Marshall School of Business ($155) and the International Academy’s Pre-Master’s program ($175).
- Transcripts: Upload Electronic Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended. A mailed hard copy or official e-transcript is not required for admission to our programs.
- Submit an electronic copy of official transcripts (.pdf recommended) and other degree related documents through the online graduate application (International applicants, visit USC Graduate Admission’s Country Requirements page for details on required documents)
- Unofficial transcripts from university student portals are not acceptable
- If the transcript includes a separate grading scale, make sure it is also uploaded
- For upload purposes, all transcript related documents for a single school must be submitted as one document
- If you are admitted, you will be given specific instructions on submitting your hard copy transcripts
- GRE General Test: Satisfactory and valid test scores. Valid GRE scores must be dated within five years of the start of the intended application semester. The fall semester starts in August, and the spring semester starts in January. Official scores must be reported from ETS directly to USC using ETS school code 4852. A department code is not required.
- Personal Statement: The personal statement should describe succinctly your reasons for applying to the proposed program at the Viterbi School of Engineering, your preparation for this field of study, study interests, future career plans, and other aspects of your background and interests which may aid the admissions committee in evaluating your aptitude and motivation for graduate study.
- Letters of Recommendation (3 highly recommended): Letters of recommendation should be from faculty or others (supervisors, professional colleagues, etc.) qualified to evaluate your potential for graduate study.
- English Language Proficiency: In addition to application requirements above, international students whose first language is not English are required to take the TOEFL or IELTS. There is no minimum TOEFL or IELTS score required for admission to the Viterbi School. For possible exemption from additional language requirements, you must achieve an Internet Based TOEFL (iBT) score of 90, with no less than 20 on each section or an IELTS score of 6.5, with no less than 6 on each band score. Please review USC Graduate Admission – Proficiency in English.
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