Manage large-scale projects

Gonzaga’s Online Master of Engineering Management prepares you to manage large-scale technology-based projects in multiple industries.

You will gain a deep understanding of processes and systems and learn to use that knowledge to manage and apply evolving technology to projects and or products.

You will also develop your ability to make decisions, develop strategic technical plans and become an advocate for both technology and projects in your organizations.

Work While You Learn

The Online Master of Engineering Management is created for working professionals. Our courses are delivered in an asynchronous format, so you do not have to log on at a certain time to do your coursework.

While this is an engineering and technology degree, you will also take elective courses from our Online MBA and Online Organizational Leadership programs, giving you exposure to the business and people side of project management.

The Gonzaga Difference

Our graduate programs are created and designed by engineers who are experts in their fields and have real-world experience. They understand the unique challenges of managing large technology-based projects.

The School of Engineering and Applied Science combines technical training with Gonzaga’s strong liberal arts education preparing you to push the boundaries of modern technology.

Your degree can apply to any technological project or product from building an entire airplane to construction projects, medical devices, electronics or consumer goods to name a few.

Engineering Management Career Paths

  • Product Engineer or Manager
  • Process Engineer or Manager
  • Project Engineer
  • Engineering Project Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Systems Analyst
  • Automation Engineer or Manager
  • Construction Manager
  • Architectural Project Manager
  • Technical Consultant or Manager
  • Application Engineer
  • Director of Business Development
Questions? Call or Text Graduate Admissions at (866) 380-5323.

Engineering manager roles earn $152,350 per year on average, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Why Gonzaga?

Designed by professional engineers for working engineers

Top 100

Among National Universities
(U.S. News & World Report, 2023)

Top 10%

Among Engineering Schools with no doctorate (U.S. News & World Report, 2023, 2016-2021)

Training engineers for nearly 90 years