Our students complete a rigorous 42 credit hour graduate program and receive the degree of Master of Engineering and Management (MEM). The curriculum is one that was jointly developed by the Case School of Engineering and the Weatherhead School of Management.
The objective of the Program is to equip graduates and thus provide employers with those skills and abilities needed to be the future technical leaders. MEM graduates require less management training, have advanced communication skills and are regarded as more effective contributors during their first year on the job. MEM graduate coursework builds on a solid undergraduate engineering degree, and adds an intensive 14 course curriculum designed to integrate business principles into their engineering foundation and decision-making. The joint MEM curriculum at CWRU was developed with input from 110 practicing engineers representing 28 major companies in the US.
Engineers with the management skills needed to be effective in today's workplace, hence MEM graduates stand out as "business savvy" engineers.
Employers can access a MEM resume book by logging in to their existing account or creating an account on the Case CareerLink system by going to:http://studentaffairs.case.edu/careers/partners/clemployer.html.
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