Engineering Management

Become a leader in your field of engineering, by studying the Master of Engineering Management at Australia’s number 1 university.*

Why choose Engineering Management at Melbourne

The Master of Engineering Management is for graduates with an engineering degree who wish to take the next step in their careers by specialising in either engineering management or engineering project management.

  • Take the next step in your engineering career to unlock your career potential in both technical and general management positions.
  • Enhance your technological problem-solving skills, as well as the business skills to manage people, projects and resources in complex organisational settings.
  • Fast-track your career into a management position, by gaining an understanding of the legal, commercial, marketing and human issues involved within a technical environment.

Courses in Engineering Management

*Ranked No. 1 in Australia. QS World Rankings 2017 by Subject: Engineering and Technology

Your career opportunities in Engineering Management

Engineering managers lead engineering projects and personnel in a range of fields, such as product development, operations, manufacturing, construction, design engineering, industrial engineering, software engineering and telecommunications.

The Master of Engineering Management delivers the in-demand managerial skills that will allow you to successfully lead personnel and oversee resources in technology-based enterprises in a broad range of fields.

You will develop advanced general and project management skills and understand the theory and practice of project management, including project procurement, team leadership, risk management, communication, financial management and human resources.

A growing demand for engineering managers and project managers, coupled with a labour shortage in these areas, offers graduates a range of interesting and well-paid employment opportunities.

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The Student Experience

Aldo Andres Quelopana Retamal discusses why he chose engineering management at Melbourne.

Aldo Retamal from Melbourne School of Engineering.