Learn to implement effective
and lasting changes that will benefit
the bottom line
Apply optimization, statistics and strategy to improve results.
A Master’s Degree in Engineering and Technology Management requires 30 semester hours, comprised of 27 semester hours of coursework (9 courses) and 3 semester hours of a non-thesis capstone experience. The program is interdisciplinary, with course offerings in engineering management and technology-related business courses. Up to three graduate engineering electives from a student’s technical discipline may also be applied to the completion of the degree, although such electives are not available from program faculty. For transfer students, a minimum of 50 percent of total graded credits must be from WSU’s ETM program.
Course Enrollment Maximum
ETM’s graduate level courses have considerable time commitments that include homework and required participatory obligations, in addition to class attendance. Therefore, it is recommended that students who work full-time limit their enrollment to one or two courses per semester to ensure student success. Enrolling in more than 6 credits during any given semester will require approval from ETM’s academic coordinator and the student’s faculty advisor.
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