The Master of Science program in Engineering Management, offered by the Faculty of Engineering, is tailored to equip professionals holding technical management or engineering degrees with a diverse skill set. Graduates will possess a solid foundation in scientific, engineering, informatics, economics, and organizational knowledge, coupled with proficiency in a foreign language. This comprehensive preparation empowers them to tackle complex engineering-economic challenges, proficiently plan and execute technical and economic processes, and evaluate outcomes effectively.
The curriculum strikes a balance between theory and practical application. In the first year, students engage with subjects such as Quantitative Methods, Applied Mathematics in Manufacturing Design, Artificial Intelligence, and Advanced Corporate Finance. The second year delves into more specialized topics like Negotiation and Conflict Management, International and Management Accounting, and Project Leadership.
The program’s structure allocates 45% of the coursework to lectures and seminars, while practice and hands-on application occupy a significant 55%. This approach ensures that students not only acquire theoretical knowledge but also develop practical skills that are crucial for the professional arena.
To provide students with real-world exposure, the program includes a 4-week field practice. This experience allows them to apply their knowledge in practical settings, gaining valuable insights and honing their skills.
The program spans four semesters, accumulating 120 ECTS credits. It commences in both September and February. The tuition fee is 8,000 USD per year, with additional fees including a 150 USD application fee and a 350 USD entrance procedure fee. Proficiency in English, demonstrated through standardized tests like TOEFL or IELTS, is a prerequisite for admission.
Graduates of this program are well-prepared to embark on a variety of roles in engineering management, equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate complex technical and economic challenges. For those interested in further academic pursuits, the program also lays the foundation for potential PhD training.