MEMs see high employment rates
October 14, 2011
As undergraduate students anxiously attend the College’s career fairs in search of jobs, students in the Thayer School of Engineering’s Master of Engineering Management degree program experience consistently high success rates in finding employment through a substantial support network operated through both Thayer and the Tuck School of Business, according to program administrators interviewed by The Dartmouth.
The MEM program, combines the principles of engineering with those of business management, has been dually run by Thayer and Tuck for approximately 20 years, according to program director Robert Graves.
Within four to 10 months of receiving their degrees, 95 percent of MEM program graduates secure employment, according to Associate Director of Thayer School Career Services Jennifer St. Laurence.