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Master of Business Administration + Engineering Management

 

 


Would you like to combine your background in engineering, science or technology with the practical business knowledge needed to accelerate your career? If so, Lawrence Tech’s dual degree program, designed for the personal and professional growth of tomorrow’s leaders, might be the right program for you.

As a qualified student in this dual degree program, you will take core coursework in both the College of Business and Information Technology’s MBA program and in the College of Engineering’s Engineering Management program. After completing coursework in both, you will be awarded two master’s degrees. 

This dual degree program requires an undergraduate degree in engineering, science, or technology from an accredited university. You will begin by taking coursework in the master’s program designated as your primary degree. After completing coursework in the primary degree program, you will be awarded your first diploma. The second diploma will be awarded after completing coursework in your secondary degree program.

To be eligible for admission to the Master of Engineering Management, a bachelor’s degree in engineering, science or technology from an accredited university is required.

Lawrence Tech's College of Business and Information Technology also offers:

  • A personal faculty advisor who mentors you as you strive to meet your professional goals
  • Dedicated student relationship advisors who help guide you throughout your academic experience
  • Insightful theories and thoughtful reflection that enhance managerial learning and development
  • A learning environment that encourages the cultivation of global thinking to advance a more humane and sustainable world community

CONTACT ADMISSIONS

800.225.5588

admissions@ltu.edu

CONTACT BUSINESS AND IT

248.204.3050

busitdean@ltu.edu

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Get to the numbers.

Find out what attending LTU may cost.

 

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Why LTU for Business Administration and Engineering Management?
  • Lawrence Tech offers exposure through interdisciplinary projects to fields you may not encounter in a traditional program, giving you a distinct advantage in today’s technologically driven job market
  • LTU is located in one of the world’s great centers for entrepreneurship, technological achievement and innovation
  • Named one of the best universities in the Midwest by the Princeton Review, Lawrence Tech is committed to the motto of theory and practice

Curriculum

MBA/ Master of Engineering Management Dual Degree
Curriculum

Below is the listing of courses required for the dual degree. Foundation courses may be required if you do not have a significant working knowledge of business functions. A brief overview of curriculum taught in each course can be found in the online Course Descriptions catalog or by clicking on individual course items. To complete the MBA/MEM dual degree, a student must satisfy the minimum requirement of 51 credit hours.  Program prerequisite courses cannot be applied toward the minimum requirement.

MBA Courses (27 credit hours)

(Some MBA courses have online option)

 

Your 51-credit-hour program consists of:

MBA Courses

Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
ACC 6003 Managerial Accounting 3
MBA 6013 Human Resource Management 3
ECN 6023 Global Business Economics 3
MBA 6033 Corporate Finance 3
MBA 6043 Global Leadership 3
MBA 6053 Strategic Marketing Management 3
MBA 6063 Operations and Supply Chain Management 3
INT 6043 Management Information Systems 3
MBA 6073 Global Strategic Management 3
   TOTAL 27

MEM Courses

Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
EME 6203 Manufacturing Processes 3
EME 6343 Automotive Manufacturing 3
EME 6713 Production Planning and Control 3
EME 6763 Quality Engineering Systems 3
EME 6803 Engineering Management 3
MBA 7063 Project Management 3
   TOTAL 18

MEM Elective Courses

Students must also select any two courses from the following elective courses.

Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
EME 6583 Enterprise Productivity 3
EME 6753 Supply Chain Management 3
EME 7613 Technology Management 3
EME 6403 Quality Control 3
EME 6603 Engineering Economics 3
EME 6743 Value Engineering 3
EME 5603 Engineering Systems Simulation 3
EME 6703 Manufacturing Systems 3
   TOTAL 6

Total number of credits required for MBA/MEM:
     27 MBA Core Courses
     18 MEM Core Courses
     6 Electives
     51 Total Credit Hours

* FOUNDATION REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS WITHOUT UNDERGRADUATE COURSE IN BUSINESS OR RELEVANT BUSINESS EXPERIENCE

MBA Foundation Courses

Course Number Subject Cr. Hrs.
ACC 5003 Financial Accoutning and Financial Statements 3
MBA 5013 Business Application of Statistical Analysis 3
MBA 5011T Managerial Economics 1.5
MBA 5021T Fundamentals of Macro Economics 1.5
MBA 5061T Legal Environment of Business 1.5
MBA 5031T Fundamentals of Marketing 1.5
MBA 5041T Fundamentals of Management 1.5
MBA 5051T Fundamentals of Finance 1.5
   TOTAL 0-15
  • TO COMPLETE THE MBA/MEM DUAL DEGREE, A STUDENT MUST SATISFY THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENT OF 51 CREDIT HOURS. PROGRAM PREREQUISITE COURSES CANNOT BE APPLIED TOWARD THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENT.
  • Classes ending in "1T" are 1.5 credit hours and are available online in rotating semesters and are completed in 8 weeks.