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ACCELERATE YOUR CAREER WITH AN MEM DEGREE FROM NORTHWESTERN
 
Prepare to lead with a graduate degree that combines engineering practice with core business and management skills. The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) program at Northwestern is tailored for working STEM professionals and is one of the oldest, most established MEM programs in the country.
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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Flexible format for working STEM professionals
Integrate technical and business skills to solve global engineering challenges.
Communicate the language of business clearly to a variety of audiences
Learn to think strategicallly with a multidisciplinary approach
Drive our competitive world of technology by understanding the essential principles of business
Display management and leadership skills that translate to top leadership roles

WHY ATTEND AN INFORMATION SESSION?

DISCOVER WHY MEM IS THE "DEGREE OF CHOICE" FOR ENGINEERING MANAGERS
Our curriculum combines intensive training in engineering, technology, and business. At Northwestern, you’ll learn essential leadership skills while staying on the cutting edge of technology.

 

HEAR FROM THE MEM PROGRAM DIRECTOR AND CURRENT STUDENTS
Learn how we help students maintain balance by offering one of the most flexible MEM programs in the country with part-time and full-time tracks and the option of Saturday and evening classes.

 

 

SEE THE MEM CURRICULUM IN ACTION
See the difference in our faculty. Our professors are top practitioners and industry experts who are well known for their experience and research. Under their guidance, you will learn innovative approaches to management problems and solutions.

 

 

Core courses will broaden your tech and business skills:

• Engineering Management
• Accounting
• Financial Issues for Engineers
• Marketing Issues for Engineers
• Decision Tools for Managers
• Leadership & Organizational Behavior
• Strategic Management

STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Phoebe Evans (’16) designed a life clock that embodies time through the representation of rings on a tree. Evans used Arduino and LED lights to bring life to the clock.

Six students (’15) teamed up with IDEO Chicago to design a low-cost teff seed row planter to improve the livelihood of Ethiopian farmers.

Jeff Kahn (’14) designed the product Zeez which explores how different dosing protocols of light can affect the circadian clock thus improving the quality of life.

"The year in the MEM opened my eyes to the opportunity to expand my business internationally. In the MEM I gained the tools to set up solid managerial processes to face the internationalization."
 
Patricio Cofre, MEM '13
Entrepreneur and Co-founder of Metric Arts
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DISCOVER WHY MEM IS THE "DEGREE OF CHOICE" FOR ENGINEERING MANAGERS
Our curriculum combines intensive training in engineering, technology, and business. At Northwestern, you’ll learn essential leadership skills while staying on the cutting edge of technology.

 

HEAR FROM THE MEM PROGRAM DIRECTOR AND CURRENT STUDENTS
Learn how we help students maintain balance by offering one of the most flexible MEM programs in the country with part-time and full-time tracks and the option of Saturday and evening classes.

 

 

SEE THE MEM CURRICULUM IN ACTION
Join a class in session and see the difference in our faculty. Our professors are top practitioners and industry experts who are well known for their experience and research. Under their guidance, you will learn innovative approaches to management problems and solutions.

 

 

Select from specialized electives to complete one of three optional concentrations in managerial analytics, design and innovation, or project and process management.

• Engineering Management
• Accounting
• Financial Issues for Engineers
• Marketing Issues for Engineers
• Decision Tools for Managers
• Leadership & Organizational Behavior
• Strategic Management
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