Masters in Engineering Management
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PKR 23,400/- Per Subject
Engineering Management is a multidisciplinary field that involves the application of engineering methods and technologies to business practices. The Master of Engineering Management degree, often abbreviated MsEM or MEM, similar to Master of Technology Management, can be either an academic or professional master's degree that bridges the gap between the field of engineering, technology and the field of business by equipping students with the technical expertise and leadership skills they need to advance their career in the fast-paced world of technology. A variation is the Master of Engineering *and* Management. Known as "the Engineer's MBA", the degree is generally pursued by engineers and scientists interested in widening their breadth of knowledge beyond their specific technical field into management and business. The MEM degree incorporates business knowledge and communication skills and adds technical knowledge necessary to lead engineering teams and execute complex solutions. The MEM degree includes topics such as new product development, experience design, technology strategy, lean improvement, software methodologies, multinational strategies, and the art of leadership. Topics are designed to provide students with the necessary quantitative, business, and operations knowledge necessary to succeed as innovative leaders in today's challenging and competitive global marketplace. It can be earned with a prerequisite in engineering or as a post-graduate program with a Bachelor of Engineering Management degree.
Degree requirement for this program is:
- MS Engineering programs require a minimum of 60% marks in FSc in Pre-Engg or equivalent.
- Applicants with ICS are eligible for Electronic Engineering only.
After this degree graduates can work in research and development, design, or manufacturing, thrive in a small start-up company or a large industrial complex,balance marketing demands with product feasibility and ethical considerations, etc