The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) program at Northwestern University is designed for experienced STEM professionals who wish to develop management and leadership skills while deepening their understanding of traditional and emerging technologies. Graduates leave prepared for top leadership roles in the most technologically sophisticated companies. 

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Producing technical managers who can communicate in the 
language of business

Master of Engineering Management

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"I feel as though the MEM program gave me the tools I need to transition from an engineer into a leader, and be far more effective with the teams that I work with. Through courses like project management, product development, marketing, and organizational leadership, I gained the skills that were necessary to bing value to Apple as an EPM."

Adam Gill (MEM ‘14)
Engineering Program Manager, Apple
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Top-tier
faculty

Faculty is drawn from multiple Northwestern schools and augmented with leading industry professionals who bring current trends and challenges to 
the clasroom.

INDUSTRY 

COLLABORATION

Engage directly with industry through project work, site visits, social events, guest lecturers and optional internships.

CAREER 

SUCCESS

Connect with MEM's vast faculty and alumni networks and perfect interviewing and resume-building skills through McCormick and Northwestern's career offices.

Top-tier faculty

Faculty is drawn from multiple Northwestern schools and augmented with leading industry professionals who bring current trends and challenges to 
the clasroom.

INDUSTRY 

COLLABORATION

Engage directly with industry through project work, site visits, social events, guest lecturers and optional internships.

CAREER
 
SUCCESS

Connect with MEM's vast faculty and alumni networks and perfect interviewing and resume-building skills through McCormick and Northwestern's career offices.

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“For individuals interested in learning how to get a job in product management, our class teaches all the competencies and terminology while taking students through an action learning product process that will prepare them to be successful in future interviews and at a company as a PM.”

Birju Shah
MEM Program Faculty
Group Product Manager at Uber

Students learn the basics of management, quantitative analysis, and behavioral science and choose advanced engineering electives in their area of specialization. Opportunities to explore other engineering-related topics, such as entrepreneurship, round out the student experience.

The strength of Northwestern’s MEM program—one of the oldest, most established MEM programs in the country—lies in its multidisciplinary approach, combining a core curriculum in marketing, finance, accounting, and engineering management with a graduate-level engineering education. 

Flexibility

Study full-time, or part-time with weekday and Saturday classes to maintain employment while completing your degree.

Comprehensive Curriculum

Diversify and deepen knowledge with curriculum focused on three areas: innovation, startegic thinking, and leadership.

Customizable


Choose an optional concentration and tailor electives to match a specific career direction.

Stem Language

Whether technical or business subjects, MEM courses are taught in terms applicable to an engineer's background and the experiential diversity of the student's backgrounds fosters deep discussions.

unique 70/30 blend of technology and business coursework

principles and newer,  emerging technologies. Business courses (30 percent) in finance, marketing, and management provide a framework for students to understand how to translate their technology ideas into practical business solutions.

MSIT provides an intensive and unique curriculum across three fundamental areas: communication systems and networks, computing systems engineering, and business and management principles. Technical courses (70 percent) focus on fundamental engineering

WHY NORTHWESTERN?

“For individuals interested in learning how to get a job in product management, our class teaches all the competencies and terminology while taking students through an action learning product process that will prepare them to be successful in future interviews and at a company as a PM.”

Birju Shah
MEM Program Faculty
Group Product Manager at Uber

Master of Engineering Management

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