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Department ofEngineering Management & Systems Engineering

The Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering:

  • Nationally and internationally recognized as a leader in education and research.
  • Received the Excellence in Leadership Award for Graduate Education from the American Society for Engineering Management in 1995 and 2000, and 2002.
  • The largest program in terms of the number of Master of Engineering Management degrees awarded according to the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) PRISM Magazine (March 2008).
  • Ranked number 5 nationally in Superscholar's Best Online Schools 2012 survey
  • Twelve full-time faculty members,
  • Approximately 150 students in its undergraduate minor program.
  • Approximately 300 students in its graduate programs.
  • Students are enrolled on-campus, in the Commonwealth of Virginia via TeleTechNet and Commonwealth Graduate Engineering Program sites, and in multiple locations across the United States and military posts worldwide via TeleTechNet and online delivery.
  • The EMSE Department has twelve full-time faculty members, approximately 150 students in its undergraduate minor program, and approximately 300 students in its graduate programs. Students are enrolled on-campus, in the Commonwealth of Virginia via TeleTechNet and Commonwealth Graduate Engineering Program sites, and in multiple locations across the United States and military posts worldwide via TeleTechNet and online delivery.

Future Students

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EMSE programs of study are designed to produce graduates capable of analyzing, designing, managing, and transforming complex socio-technical systems. Read more in the EMSE program brochures.

Current Students

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Access courses, schedules, the Graduate Catalog, the Graduate Student Handbook, and the Dissertation and Thesis Guide.

Research

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EMSE faculty actively pursues both scholarly and applied research and provides consulting services to private enterprises and governmental and military organizations in the design and management of complex socio-technical systems.