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Master of Engineering Management
Master of Engineering Management
N/345/7/1081MQA/PA9798)08/23
Overview

Engineering management is a career that bring together the technological problem-solving of engineering, and the organizational, adminstrative, and planning abilities in management in order to oversee complex business environment from conception to completion. In this context, the competitive world of technology-driven industry welcomes skilled engineers who understand the essential principles of business and the laws, and who also have a tremendous competitve advantage in the market.

The curriculum provides the essential areas of knowledge, skills and abilities that empower our graduates such as:

 

  • Decision Making
    Decision Making and Problem Solving for Engineers; Research Methodology; Research Projects; Operations and Quality Management; Risk Management

 

  • Strategy and Innovation
    Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Strategic Marketing Management

 

  • People Management
    Organisation Behaviour

 

  • Administration and Control
    Strategic Financial Analysis; Facilities Management; Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management

 

  • Task Situation Management
    Engineering Ethics; Engineering Project Management; Logistics Management

 

  • Engineering & Technology
    Agile Software Development; Manufacturing Automation; Sustainable Energy and Power Management
Learning Outcome
  • To provide graduates with advances knowledge and skills in engineering management
  • To equip graduates with advances theoretical principles and scientific methods to create effective solutions and evaluations to problems
  • To train graduates to work on a project in which they propose a solution to meet appropriate engineering standards and realistic constraints
  • To instil graduates with skills to seek knowledge through lifelong learning
  • To equip graduates with the ability to supervise and carry out research under supervision
  • To develop graduates’ effective communication skills in both written and oral forms
  • To inculcate graduates with professional and ethical responsibilities as well as understanding the possible social, economic, cultural, legal and environmental impact of their engineering management solutions in a global context
Course Structure

The Master of Engineering Management programme is available in Full-time or Part-time mode-of-study, which provides flexibility to the students’ time and schedules. The syllabus of this programme is also engaging and rigorously-crafted to meet the demands of the industry.

 

Full-time (1 year)

Semester 1

  • Research Methodology
  • Operations and Quality Management
  • Engineering Project Management
  • Strategic Marketing Management
  • Strategic Financial Analysis

Semester 2

  • Agile Software Development
  • Sustainable Energy and Power Management
  • Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Research Project

Semester 3

  • Research Project
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
    * Risk Management
    * Logistics Management
    * Engineering Ethics
    * Manufacturing Automation
    * Organisation Behaviour
    * Decision Making and Problem Solving for Engineers
    * Choose TWO elective modules in Semester 3

 

Part-time (2 years)

Semester 1

  • Research Methodology
  • Operations and Quality Management

Semester 2

  • Engineering Project Management
  • Strategic Marketing Management
  • Strategic Financial Analysis

Semester 3

  • Agile Software Development
  • Sustainable Energy and Power Management

Semester 4

  • Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management
  • Facilities Management

Semester 5

  • Research Project
    * Risk Management
    * Logistics Management
    * Engineering Ethics
    * Manufacturing Automation
    * Organisation Behaviour
    * Decision Making and Problem Solving for Engineers* Choose TWO elective modules in Semester 5

Semester 6

  •  Research Project
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Intake
Jan 2020, May 2020, Sep 2020
Duration
Full time (1 year) and Part time (2 years) Year
Study Mode
On-Campus
Career Outcome
  • Automation engineer
  • Construction project engineer
  • Director of hardware engineering
Entry Requirement

A recognised bachelor's degree in Engineering/ Engineering Technology or its equivalent, with a minimum CGPA of 2.50; OR

A recognised bachelor's degree in Engineering/ Engineering Technology or its equivalent, with CGPA above 2.0 but less than 2.50, with a minimum of 5 years working experience in a relevant field may be accepted;

For International students, TOEFL score of 500 or IELTS score of 6.5 or its equivalent