M.E.M. Course Requirements

The Master of Engineering Management (M.E.M.) curriculum includes mathematics, engineering management, design, project leadership, and core topics of an M.B.A. program.

M.E.M. Courses

Applied Mathematics (2 courses)

Engineering Project/Design Sequence (2 courses)

Engineering and Engineering Management Required Courses (6 courses)

ENGM 188: Technology, Law, and Entrepreneurship

Engineering Management Electives (choose 1 course)

M.E.M. Free Electives (choose 3 courses)

NOTE: The M.E.M. tuition covers 2 courses from Tuck School; extra tuition will be charged for a third Tuck School course.

Typical Program—M.E.M. Only

M.E.M. candidates lead a class presentation The following is the typical program for a student with an ABET-accredited* B.S. degree in engineering or its equivalent from a school other than Dartmouth. Students who do not hold an accredited degree may be required to take additional courses.

Fall

Winter

Spring

Summer

Fall

M.E.M. program flow chart (PDF) for students entering with an ABET-accredited* B.S. engineering degree

Typical Program—Combined B.E./M.E.M.

M.E.M. candidate Adam Danaher makes his ENGG 390 project presentation Dartmouth A.B. graduates who majored in Engineering Sciences will normally complete the B.E. degree before completing the M.E.M. degree and may be able to complete the 3 degrees in about 6 years. Since some M.E.M. courses can be taken during A.B. and B.E. years, Dartmouth students typically complete the M.E.M. degree with 13 courses beyond the B.E. degree and in less than 5 terms (assuming ENGS 93 is part of their B.E. program). During the A.B. years, students should take 2 engineering sciences electives beyond what is required for the major in order to advance their B.E. degree completion timetable.

Consult your B.E. faculty advisor or Professors Cushman-Roisin or Borsuk for more information.

A.B. Years

B.E. Year

Fall

Winter

Spring

M.E.M. Year

Summer

Fall

Winter

Spring

M.E.M. program flow chart (PDF) for students entering with a Dartmouth A.B. and/or B.E.


* Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.