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Olivet Nazarene University    
  Feb 23, 2018
2017-2018 Catalog

Master of Engineering Management M.E.M.

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The Master of Engineering Management at Olivet Nazarene University is a fusion of the best in business practice and engineering management taking the next step in equipping students and current professionals with the best in technical leadership skills for on-site management in the high-speed, ever-changing world of technology.


Olivet Nazarene University’s online Master of Engineering Management (MEM) degree, a technical alternative to the traditional MBA, prepares graduates for careers managing systems, processes, procedures, organizations, and business. Engineering Management focuses on planning, organizing, controlling and leading primarily technical projects and organizations (although engineering management knowledge is applicable to both technical and non-technical leadership).  Engineering managers combine management and engineering expertise, making them unique and highly sought after employees for a wide range of businesses. Engineering Management graduates possess exceptional oral and written communication skills, leadership abilities, and an awareness of current global issues, and therefore, these skills are particularly nurtured throughout the MEM program.


This degree is appropriate for recent graduates and practicing engineers aspiring to advance their career along a path of steadily increasing responsibility within an engineering or technology based organization. The program can be customized according to the individual’s level of experience and ultimate objectives, presently offering two learning tracks. The online Master of Engineering Management (MEM) is for those with an undergraduate degree from an ABET-accredited engineering program or one of equivalent standards and is also open to those whose undergraduate degree is in an engineering related field such as physics, mathematics, or computer science.

36 hours


To graduate, a student must complete the MEM core and track curriculum with a GPA of 3.0 or better.  Students falling below a 3.0 will be put on academic probation and may be subject to suspension from the program.

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