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This program provides the opportunity for practicing engineers to further their knowledge and become more competent in managing socio-technical systems. Certain courses taken for the certificate program may later be applied to the Master’s in Engineering Management degree for students that are formally admitted to that program.
Offered on campus and online
Open to both degree-seeking and non-degree-seeking graduate students
12 credit hours of graduate-level course work
Complete the certificate in only two years
Introduction to the monetary aspects of engineering projects, including accounting principles; financial reports and analysis; capital budgeting; cost estimation and control; inventory management; depreciation; investment decisions. Knowledge of probability and statistics |ENMA 420 or equivalent) is assumed. Case studies and a term project are required. Pre- or corequisite: ENMA 420 or equivalent.
Deterministic and stochastic models for decision making. Topics include: optimization methods; linear and other programming models; network analysis; inventory analysis; queuing theory. Knowledge of probability and statistics |ENMA 420 or equivalent) is assumed.
Students develop a comprehensive set of techniques and methods to design, maintain and evolve the systems engineering function in support of strategic enterprise objectives and operations.
Students entering the Certificate program in Engineering Management should meet the minimum university admission requirements (Graduate Admission)
Admission to the program requires a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering (or equivalent). The certificate consists of four pre-approved graduate level courses contributing to an emphasis area that can be interdisciplinary.
Estimated rates for the 2021-22 academic year. Rates are subject to change. Anyone that is not a current Virginia resident will be charged non-resident rates. That includes international students.
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Financial aid is available to graduate students at Old Dominion University. Financial aid may be available in the form of University fellowships, tuition grants, and research assistantships. In addition to the financial aid offered by the University, graduate students may be eligible for aid and student loans administered by other agencies. For information about part-time employment, scholarships, and student loans, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid.
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