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Washington State University’s Engineering and Technology Management (ETM) program prepares engineering and business professionals to make strategic and operational decisions and become leaders in the management of technology. Courses provide practicing engineers with the knowledge, tools, and skills to manage projects, operations, organizations, and people. The ETM program is specifically tailored for professionals who want to advance their careers while still working full time. Live, online classes are available from anywhere and are also recorded and available on-demand.
Advance Your Career
In this program, you will:
- develop a systematic and analytic framework to support decision making and make effective changes.
- gain skills to manage changing technology.
- cultivate business and human resources management skills.
- learn technical and leadership skills designed to meet today’s—and tomorrow’s—industry needs.
- stay at the leading edge and become a leader in the management of technology.
News and Announcements
- Dr. Alice Squires named Wendell J. Satre Distinguished Professor
- ETM faculty member, Dr. Alice Squires, is empowering women as leaders in systems engineering.
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- Playing by the Numbers: An Introduction to Throughput Accounting by Lisa Scheinkopf
- ETM Faculty Members Nominated for the Excellence in Online Teaching Award
- Help your instructors better serve you by completing your course evaluations by December 14
Engineering Management graduates can expect starting salaries between $75,000 and $105,000.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2018
Engineering Managers have one of the top 20 best paying jobs in America today.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2018