"During my MEM program, the support given by professors on anything we needed and their ability to provide assertive guidance and advices was certainly a highlight. Moreover, the program is very flexible and allows students to take online classes, so they can choose the way they prefer to attend classes based on their necessities. Meeting people with diverse backgrounds and sharing professional experience is done easily in this environment."
Online Engineering Management Programs in the Nation
Recipient of ASEM's Award for Excellence in Leadership in Graduate Programs
Old Dominion University's EMSE graduates are successful because they gain the skills, knowledge, and abilities required to design and manage technology-based, project-driven enterprises. Our programs provide students with learning opportunities in the way that best suits their needs, whether in the classroom, online, or even via CD-ROM for the military community. Along with our industrial partners, our students gain confidence and experience to effectively create, integrate, and apply technology in enterprise operations.
Fundamentally, engineering management addresses the problems, design, and management of projects and complex operations. The programs are grounded in solid principles of systems science and systems engineering while utilizing the tools of management science and project management. Engineering managers may work in many areas including Product Development, Manufacturing, Construction, Design Engineering, Industrial Engineering Technology, Human Systems Engineering.Questions? Email us
The 2022 BCET Multidisciplinary Research Seed Grant was awarded to a team who will develop a networked driving simulation platform to model human-autonomy interactions. (More)
The Batten College of Engineering and Technology’s annual student design expo, ESPEX, featured senior design and graduate research projects. (More)
Kenneth Fridley Named Dean of Old Dominion University’s Batten College of Engineering and Technology
Fridley, who comes from the University of Alabama, is set to begin his new role in July. (More)