Engineering and Technology Management
Established in 1982, Washington State University’s Engineering and Technology Management (ETM) program prepares engineers and industry professionals to make strategic and operational decisions to become leaders in the management of engineering, technology, operations, and projects.
One of the first distance professional engineering and technology management programs in U.S.
Lectures are live and interactive
Delivered 1x/week—early evening
Each live session is recorded
A program that delivers practical knowledge and skills enabling innovative thinking, technical decision-making, and effective leadership for engineering and technical professionals.
Advance Your Career
Through Washington State University’s Engineering and Technology Management Program, you will:
- Apply systematic approaches to support decision-making and change management.
- Gain skills to manage evolving technology.
- Cultivate business and resource management, including human resources.
- Learn technical and leadership skills designed to meet today’s—and tomorrow’s—industry needs.
- Be part of the leading edge and become a leader in the management of engineering and technology.
Masters Program (METM)
The ETM program is specifically tailored for technical professionals who want to advance their careers while still working full time. The METM combines technical and business knowledge and skill development for managing and leading engineering/ scientific/ technical teams, projects, and organizations.
The ETM graduate certificate program allows students to complete shorter professional blocks of coursework relevant to their specific needs.
Certificates and Concentrations
“The integration specifically between things that you’re working on in every single class that I’ve taken. When you have to do a project and you’re tying in things that you actually work with, it was way more beneficial to learn from. And also that you could tie in exactly what you were learning and give it back to your work…That really solidified everything that I was learning.”Rachel Back, 2023 METM Graduate
“There’s a lot to learn if your path is going to go beyond the technical skills of the engineering discipline that you have, or other technical discipline, and this degree really will allow you to move forward and be seen as someone ready to move forward into those roles because of the other skill sets that you’re going to learn about and you’re going to employ throughout this program.”Paul Graves, 2023 METM Graduate
“Despite it being online, I felt so close with everyone, and I don’t think that community is something that’s easily built when it’s an online program, so I was really, really appreciative of that.”Maryanne Stewart, 2023 METM Graduate
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