Montana State University

Science and Engineering Management

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Lisa Brown
Program Manager
(406) 994-3062
lisa.brown@montana.edu


Delivery

This program offers online, blended and face-to-face courses. Most are scheduled at nontraditional hours to accommodate working professionals.

Total Credits

Professional Master: 30 credits

Graduate Certificates: 12 credits each

Professional Master Tracks

Graduate Certificate Programs

  • Science and Engineering Business Management
  • Science and Engineering Project Management

Professional Development

Students may also take individual courses for professional development

Tuition and Fees

$568.50 per credit plus $30 registration fee per semester

Designed For Technical Professionals

in industries such as

  • construction and manufacturing
  • science and technology
  • government agencies
  • engineering
  • technical consulting, sales and marketing
  • and more

What You Will Earn

You will earn the same regionally accredited Montana State University degree or certificate that a student on the Bozeman campus is awarded. Your diploma and transcript are identical to those given to on-campus students.

Accreditation

Montana State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).


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Degrees and Certificates

  • Professional Master of Science and Engineering Management
  • Graduate Certificates in:
    • Science and Engineering Business Management
    • Science and Engineering Project Management

Overview

MSUís Professional Master of Science and Engineering Management (PMSEM) degree is a 30-credit interdisciplinary graduate program that helps working professionals bridge the gap between science and engineering and business management in the workplace. Students complete 15 credits of foundational coursework and an additional 15 credits based on their educational needs.

Graduate certificate options (12 credits each) are also available.

This program provides technical professionals with an alternative to the traditional research-oriented M.S. degree in the sciences or engineering or a strictly business-focused M.B.A. The degree may be completed in two years and is designed to accommodate the unique needs and schedules of working professionals.

At the core of the program are foundation courses in business and technical management that are relevant to todayís business world and highly valued by industry. Students can choose elective coursework that is most relevant to their career goals.

Coursework and instructors come from MSUís renowned Colleges of Business, Engineering and Letters & Science. This program will prepare professionals for success at the management or executive level in the rapidly changing business environment of the 21st Century.

Requirements

The Professional Master degree requires a minimum of 30 credits:

  • 15 credits foundational coursework
  • 15 credits track coursework

Each Graduate Certificate requires a minimum of 12 credits.

Prerequisites

One of the following:

  • Two or more years of full-time employment in a science or engineering industry and a letter of recommendation from employer
  • Graduation Record Exam (GRE) for admission

Applicants with a degree in science or engineering are preferred. However, qualified applicants with a degree outside of science or engineering will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Undergraduate students in civil or construction engineering who aspire to work at the management or executive level are encouraged to apply to the professional master's degree, Construction Engineering Management Track.

For More Information

Contact Lisa Brown, Program Manager, at lisa.brown@montana.edu or (406) 994-3062.

For more information about the Construction Engineering Management Track, contact:

Penny Knoll
MSU Civil Engineering
205 Cobleigh Hall
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717-3900
Tel: (406) 994-6139
Fax: (406) 994-6105
E-mail: pennyk@ce.montana.edu

PMSEM Recognizes Ralph Hutcheson

Thanks to the generosity of Ralph Hutcheson, a 1954 MSU mechanical engineering graduate, two PMSEM students were offered a Hutcheson Emerging Fellows Award for studies beginning in Fall 2013.

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