College of Engineering and Sciences

Course Detail

The MS in Engineering Management degree bridges the gap between engineering potential and its gainful exploitation for business and economic advantage by focusing on efficiency, productivity and effectiveness.

The need for engineering management is felt at all managerial levels, particularly in the professional management work environment. Also, management is applicable to every aspect of an organization’s functions and at all levels of top management, middle and lower management. Basic and specialized knowledge in the field of engineering management is a crucial need for every engineer and a profitable business.

Engineering management entails planning, organizing, allocating resources, and directing and controlling activities that have a technological component. The course has been designed by engineers and business experts with experience at the International level, keeping in view the requirements of the country.

This is a weekend program with a minimum load of 6 credit hours (2 courses) and a maximum of 9 credit hours (three courses) in each of the three sessions (Fall, Spring and Summer).

Program Objectives

  • To exemplify excellence in engineering management through in depth knowledge and skills in the field of engineering man- agement and applied sciences
  • To engage in continuous professional development and exhibit quest for lifelong learning
  • To demonstrate professional integrity and commitment to social and ethical responsibilities required of them as leaders and entrepreneurs.

Course Contents



Minimum 02 - Maximum 04 years

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A minimum of eight courses (500 Level) of 3 credit hours each with individual research project / thesis of 6 credit hours in a relevant area shall be required for the completion of the MS degree in the discipline of Engineering Management.

Entry Test Policy

The admission for MS Program would be based on the following:

Eligibility for entrance to MS-Engineering Management Program:

It is based on the following:

  • Sixteen years of education in any engineering discipline with minimum 55% marks in overall academic career in annual system and CGPA 2.5 in a semester system or equivalent from HEC recognized Institutes/Universities having PEC registration status.

In addition:

    • All admissions to MS are subject to Higher Education Commission (HEC) based testing services such as National Testing Ser- vices (NTS) or Education Testing Council (ETC), etc.
  • Advanced knowledge of national and international engineering systems
  • Acquire skills in new technologies relevant to management of technological enterprises
  • Attitude for pursuing life-long learning in technical and management fields
  • Engage with technical and socio-economic issues
  1. Automation Engineer
  2. Construction Project Engineer
  3. Design Engineer
  4. Architectural and Engineering Managers
  5. Economics Consultant
  6. Firmware Engineer

Project Management (3+0)
Designs, Patents, Contract and Legal Engineering (3+0)
Research Methodology (3+0)
Technology Management (3+0)
Marketing Management (3+0)
Financial and Managerial Accounting (3+0)
Operation Management and Supply Chain (3+0)
Organization and Strategic Management (3+0)

MS Thesis / Project (0+6)

Semester One

Project Management (3+0)

Research Methodology (3+0)

Marketing Management (3+0)


Semester Two


Organization and Strategic Management (3+0)

Technology Management (3+0)   

Semester Three

Financial and Managerial Accounting (3+0)

Operations Management and Supply Chain (3+0)

Thesis Proposal (0+3)

Semester Four

 Final Thesis (0+3)


It is mandatory for research students of MS and Ph.D. programs to attend the Multi-Disciplinary Research Seminar Series (MRSS) sessions on Saturdays (12:00 to 2:00 PM) each semester.

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