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The SMU Lyle School of Engineering’s Master of Science in Engineering Management is offered as a cohort program for rising executives who are moving through management or starting their own company. It is an elite class – restricted to a highly motivated group of technical professionals – designed to impart essential knowledge for leadership in today’s and tomorrow’s technical enterprises.
This fast-track program develops expertise in the traditional graduate business and operations – along with fast-paced, innovative courses in information engineering, global perspectives, and entrepreneurship. Its well-rounded approach prepares individuals for success in the world of technology-driven it daunting to advance in an organization without a solid understanding of business and management. Organizations today need individuals that have both managerial and technical skills. At SMU Lyle, we impart a broad range of knowledge and skills, teaching professionals to think critically, plan strategically, environment.
THE LYLE ENGINEERING DIFFERENCE
The Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering is a selective, premier center of learning for aspiring professionals who will lead the techno-business world into the future. Centered in Dallas, one of the country’s most vibrant cities, SMU Lyle combines topnotch technical expertise with an emphasis on management, entrepreneurship, and humanities to yield a foundation for success in an ever-changing global business climate.
WHY THE WEEKEND FORMAT?
Our Weekend Format Program is built around small class sizes, highly knowledgeable instructors, team projects and programs, and education that goes beyond the basics to produce truly imaginative and innovative professional leaders.
Example Program Outline
| Course 1
||Engineering Economics and Decision Analysis
| Course 2
| Course 3
| Course 4
||Management of Information Technologies
| Course 5
||Probability & Statistics for Scientists and Engineers
| Course 6
| Course 7
||Operations Research Models
| Course 8
||Systems Engineering Process
| Course 9
* Electives subject to change