Take the next step in your engineering career with the Master of Engineering Management, designed to unlock your career potential in both technical and general management positions. You will enhance your technological problem-solving skills, as well as gain the business skills to manage people, projects and resources in complex organisational settings.
The Change Management stream will suit engineers, who wish to fast-track their careers into managerial roles in a wide variety of settings. You will understand the legal, commercial, marketing and personnel issues that a manager encounters within a technical environment.
The course is led by academics with relevant industrial experience, as well as staff from major engineering companies and government, ensuring a depth of pertinent theoretical and practical content. The program is well-aligned with industry standards and equips students with the key competencies at the higher end of the profession from initial decision to invest through to operation.
The Master of Engineering Management has been developed in conjunction with Melbourne Business School to offer broader business study opportunities to our students, regardless of their level of work experience.
Students entering the course with less than two years of work experience choose from selected Master of Management subject offerings, while students with greater than two years of experience may undertake subjects from Melbourne Business School’s prestigious MBA subject offerings. Graduates may then be eligible for advanced standing into the Master of Management or MBA degrees, if they choose to continue their business studies.
Engineering managers lead engineering projects and personnel, in a range of technical fields such as product development, manufacturing, construction, design engineering, industrial engineering, software engineering and telecommunications. Your career opportunities will be varied and the skills you develop will be in high demand. Our graduates work in management or consultancy roles in areas such as general management, project management, human resources, finance, quality assurance, education, contract arbitration and policy development within technically-focused organisations.