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Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM)
The M.S. in Engineering Management (MSEM) prepares technology professionals to become industry leaders. The 21-month, part-time graduate degree program focuses on business strategy, marketing, leadership and quantitative knowledge.
Here's how the program works.
- Earn your master’s degree in 21 months (four semesters) of evening/weekend classes.
- Study with faculty mentors chosen for their deep industry experience.
- Tap the dual networks and legacies of Tufts Gordon Institute and the larger Tufts University community.
- Maintain your work-life balance with a schedule tailored for working professionals (classes held in the evening or weekend.)
- Build on your technical expertise while gaining core business skills to be a leader in your company and industry
(Note: International students can complete the program on a full-time basis.
The individual, graduate-level courses offered under the Professional Education umbrella are designed to give you essential knowledge when you need it. Courses are open to working professionals and Tufts University graduate students.
- Open to working professionals and Tufts University graduate students
- Classes conveniently take place from 6-9 in the evenings
- Individuals can transfer up to two credits towards the M.S. in Engineering Management program
Our admissions team seeks to enroll applicants with a diverse range of educational backgrounds and professional expertise. In fact, we believe that your experience as a technical professional tells us more about your capabilities than a standardized test, so we do not require the GRE or GMAT.
- Scanned copies of academic transcripts
- Two Letters of Recommendation
- Essay 1- Personal Statement
- Essay 2 – Optional
- TOEFL or ILETS scores for International Students
- GRE/GMAT scores optional; not required
Application deadlines (M.S. in Engineering Management):
Fall (Round 1): January 15
Fall (Round 2): March 15
Fall (Round 3): May 1
Fall (Round 4): June 10
Rolling admissions after June 10
Application deadlines (Professional Education courses)
Fall enrollment: September 1
Spring enrollment: January 1
Following the deadlines, applications for each course are reviewed on a space-available basis until the course start date.