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The Master of Engineering and Management Degree (MEM)

1 Year, 14 Course MEM Program for a Masters in Engineering Management

The MEM degree is offered through an innovative collaboration between the Case School of Engineering and the Weatherhead School of Management. The one-year, 14-course program of study builds on the technical and analytical skills you gained through your undergraduate engineering  degree  and provides a real-world framework for applying them along with master’s level business management tools. Individualized coaching emphasizes self-assessment and emotional intelligence. Interdisciplinary team projects enhance the people skills you’ll need as a business leader today. The MEM program positions you to become more productive faster—and accelerate your career.
 

Coaching, Mentoring and Academic Support to Develop Your Full Potential

The MEM program at CWRU offers you a unique spectrum of support:

  • Individual attention throughout the year
  • Paid internships aligned with career goals and interests (95% placement of 2012 class)
  • Coaching and mentoring from industry leaders, including presentation and job preparation skills
  • Professional Development Course with 360-degree assessment and individualized learning plan
  • Individual Professional Coach to aid in professional development
  • Faculty Advisors
  • Staff support for day-to-day requests and special needs
     

New Avenue to Gain Hands-on Experience


Think[box], a new institute in the Case School of Engineering (CSE), supports the MEM program’s emphasis on entrepreneurial thinking—and offers you resources outside of the curriculum to develop your ideas. Check out what you can do in its Collaboratory.

ThinkBox Creates a New Future