MBA + Master of Engineering: Mechanical Dual Degree Program
You can be a leader in engineering by combining a degree that delivers functional expertise in advanced engineering coursework with Lerner’s innovative and collaborative management training. The dual master of engineering: mechanical/MBA will provide students with the necessary skills to broaden their engineering knowledge while gaining a detailed understanding of the business environment. Although it does not preclude the possibility of engineering research (when the student chooses to pursue the engineering master’s degree with thesis), the dual degree can be achieved with a non-thesis master’s degree in engineering.
Required Courses (62 credits)
Suggested course sequence.
ECON 503 – Economic Analysis for Business Policy
BUAD 820 – Fundamentals of Analytics
BUAD 870 – Managing People, Teams and Organizations
BUAD 880 – Marketing Management
BUAD 831 – Operations Management and Management Science
FINC 850 – Financial Management
BUAD 840 – Ethical Issues in Domestic and Global Business Environments
BUAD 890 – Corporate Strategy
International elective (3 credits)
Professional Development Seminars (1 credit each):
BUEC 601 – Building Emotional Intelligence and Critical Thinking
BUEC 603 – Communicating, Branding and Career Networking
MEEG 620 – Intermediate Dynamics
MEEG 630 – Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
MEEG 640 – Intermediate Heat Transfer
MEEG 690 – Intermediate Engineering Mathematics
3-credit graduate MEEG course
9 credits from engineering, mathematical or biological sciences
Please contact Engineering Outreach at email@example.com for more information, or call 302-831-4863.
Your application to the dual degree program is considered first by the engineering program. If you are accepted, you are automatically accepted into the MBA program as well. The only standardized test required is the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). The GMAT is waived.
The dual degree program counts 15 engineering credits toward the MBA program so that the dual degree requires 62 credits rather than the 78 required if pursuing each degree separately. In order to take advantage of this credit savings, you must be admitted to the dual degree program before completing either the engineering or MBA program.
Learn more about MBA admissions requirements, deadlines, tuition and financial aid available to you.