Engineering Management

 
Tufts Gordon Institute, part of Tufts School of Engineering, prepares you to be a leader. We have reengineered the MBA to create two graduate-level learning opportunities specifically for emerging tech leaders: the M.S. in Engineering Management (MSEM) and the Professional Education courses.
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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.

Professional Education

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

Visit the Tufts Gordon Institute website to learn more.

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Faculty

Mark Ranalli
Mark Ranalli
Associate Dean, Executive Director
mergers and acquisitions; entrepreneurship
Mary Viola
Director, Engineering Management Program
Engineering Leadership, Innovation
Alicia Amaral
Alicia Amaral
Lecturer
Financial and Managerial Accounting; Entrepreneurial Finance
Frank Apeseche
Professor of the Practice
Finance, Venture Capital, Organizational Leadership, Operations
Gerry Brown
Gerry Brown
Lecturer
Process Improvement, Supply Chain Management
Gavin Finn
Professor of the Practice
Engineering Management, New Product Development, Entrepreneurial Marketing
Partha Ghosh
Professor of the Practice
Multinational Strategies, Globalization, Economics
Sam Liggero
Sam Liggero
Professor of the Practice
New Product Development, Technology Strategy and Innovation
Jim Nash
Lecturer
Software Engineering; Statistics; Project Management
Kishore Pochampally
Kishore Pochampally
Lecturer
Quantifying Process Capability; Systems Engineering, Reliability and Failure; Design of Experiments and Process Control; Project Management and Software Methodologies; Lean Six Sigma
Ewa Winston
Ewa Winston
Lecturer
Humanistic Perspectives on Leadership

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.

M.S. in Engineering Management application requirements:
  • Scanned copies of academic transcripts
  • Two Letters of Recommendation
  • Essay 1- Personal Statement
  • Essay 2 – Optional
  • Resume
  • 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.

All that is needed to apply to our Professional Education courses is a resume and scanned copies of academic transcripts.
For questions about this program, please contact Nancy Buczko, Associate Director, at the Tufts Gordon Institute.
 
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