Master of Engineering Management (MEM) - Maple Grove
Master of Engineering Management (MEM)
The Master of Engineering Management program will prepare you for a managerial role. The course content is suitable to all engineering disciplines as well as those working in the fields of science, technology and mathematics.
- Students study at the Twin Cities Graduate Center in Maple Grove, Minnesota, where they have access to internships in the Twin Cities and the surrounding area.
- Open to full-time and part-time students.
- Graduates of the program are eligible for obtaining American Society of Engineering Management's associate engineering manager (AEM) title on graduation.
- Graduate assistantships and research assistantships available.
- Students come from a wide variety of disciplines.
- Faculty partner with local industries to provide students with hands-on experience through applied courses.
- International students have come to the program from Nepal, Malaysia, India, Africa, Thailand and other countries and regions of the world.
- All admitted students are automatically considered for graduate assistant positions. Typically five assistantships are offered for new admitted students and eight for returning students. The program also has several paid internships that are awarded each semester.
- 1 of 5 master's programs in Engineering Management in the United States certified by the American Society for Engineering Management.
- St. Cloud State University hosted the 2013 International Conference in Engineering Management.
- Training engineers to be managers since 2002.
- All faculty members have Ph.D.s and extensive industrial experience.
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- 60 graduate programs leading to graduate certificates, master’s and doctoral degrees
- More than 200 graduate assistantships awarded per year
- Graduate assistants receive up to a $9,250 stipend per year and tuition reimbursement for up to eight graduate credits per semester.