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Engineering Management

Leaders equipped to handle rapidly-changing technology

A degree in engineering management prepares you for a wide range of career paths and opportunities in project management and supervision, product development, production planning and processes, engineering design and manufacturing, technical sales and marketing, and a wide spectrum of other positions in practically any industry.

Engineering management professionals understand the practice and concepts of engineering, and they know how to build and manage teams to address the engineering challenges of today.

Our engineering management program combines the study of engineering with courses from Gonzaga’s School of Business Administration. You’ll receive a broad engineering education while developing leadership, project management, and fundamental business skills to solve problems, meet deadlines and manage budgets and resources. You’ll grow your technical knowledge as well as your ability to communicate effectively with both technical and non-technical team members.

Companies that have recently hired our graduates include:
  • Google
  • Intel
  • Boeing
  • Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
  • Michels Corporation - Directional Crossings
  • KeyTronic
  • Staples Construction
  • Medtronic
  • Whiting-Turner

In addition to general engineering coursework, students take a set of technical electives from one of five tracks:

  • Civil engineering
  • Computer engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Computer science

Where Business and Engineering Meet

Our program is offered in conjunction with the School of Business Administration and provides a business minor.

Engineering Management majors have a unique opportunity to earn Gonzaga's Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) with one additional calendar year - two degrees in five years!

The BS in Engineering Management (BSEM) is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.

Leaders equipped to handle rapidly changing technology.

Erin Weinbender ('18)

Engineering Management

Erin dreamed of working at Nike ever since she toured the athleticwear company's world headquarters. Her Gonzaga degree in Engineering Management made that dream happen.

students

Blake Casagranda, Ivan Jimenez

Engineering Management '19

Two former leaders of Gonzaga's Association of Engineering Management student chapter explain what the degree program means to them.

Gail Heck-Sweeney

Gail Heck-Sweeney ('74)

Alumna Finds Engineering Management Rewarding

"Graduating from Gonzaga University’s engineering program opened up doors that have allowed me to live and work in six different countries with the most creative telecommunications engineers."

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