Engineering Management

Saint Martin's University
Program overview
4 years
Master's degree
Scholarships available

Start dates
15 May 2023

23 October 2023

11 March 2024

About this program

Engineering Management

Prepare to lead the way with a Master of Engineering Management (MEM) degree from Saint Martin's. The MEM provides engineering and science graduates with a balance of engineering, managerial, business, marketing, legal and information systems tools for an engineering management career in either the private or public sector.

Admission requirements

For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.

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CORE requirements

  • MEM 514 Engineering Economics and Venture Finance
  • MEM 610 Systems Engineering Management – Planning
  • MEM 611 Systems Engineering Management – Design
  • MEM 612 Project Management
  • MEM 620 Engineering Law

Concentration areas

Students must select one MEM program concentration set of courses:

Construction Management

  • MEM 660 Construction and Consulting Estimating
  • MEM 680 Environmental Management
  • MEM 691 Construction Management

Innovation and New Product Development

  • MEM 583 Engineering Design and Creative Problem Solving (3) OR MEM 518 New Product Development
  • MEM 517 Technology Entrepreneurship
  • MEM 513 Engineering Innovation

Information Technology Management (for CS/IT undergrads)

  • MEM 560 Data Analysis (3) OR MEM 563 Data Visualization Tools
  • MEM 523 Implementing a Data Warehouse OR MBA 623 Management Information Systems
  • MEM 575 Designing Business Intelligence Solutions

Renewable and Sustainable Engineering Management

  • MSME 533 Photovoltaics
  • MEM 680 Environmental Management
  • MSCE 583 Water Resources Engineering OR MBA 695 Ethics and Society


Students must take 6 semester hours of approved graduate electives in the MEM, MSCE, MSME, MBA, or CSC program. Elective classes must be numbered at the 500 level and above. Electives taken other than MEM must be first approved by the program director.

Scholarships & funding

Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information


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Graduate certificates in engineering management are designed to provide concentrated coursework in a specific area to enhance the skills of working professionals or to build expertise in a specific area of interest. Students are required to complete 12 semester hours in one of the graduate certificates areas:

  • Engineering management fundamentals
  • Construction management
  • Entrepreneurship and innovation management
  • Lean/Six Sigma

Graduate certificate requirements are listed further down this page under requirements.

Black Belt certification: The Lean/Six Sigma certification program meets a Green Belt certification. A student seeking Six Sigma Black Belt certification will find the graduate certificate in lean methodology plus MEM 675 Lean Six Sigma Principles (3 semester hours) and its projects to be excellent preparation for the Black Belt examination.

From certification to MEM: A student admitted to the graduate certificate program who has completed the graduate certificate in engineering management fundamentals plus any of the other certificate areas, may complete the MEM 699 Capstone Research Project (3 semester hours) and receive the MEM degree.

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5000 Abbey Way SE
Lacey, Washington 98503
United States of America (USA)

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