M.S.E. in Industrial & Systems Engineering (Available Online)
This degree program is for engineers and other professionals who have responsibility for designing, improving, installing and evaluating integrated systems of people, material and equipment. Specializations/courses are available in the areas of:
Operations Research & Management Science
Quality Systems Design
Advanced Manufacturing and Automation
Program Management and Product Development
Information Systems Management
Enterprise Information Systems
In a 35-credit hour program of evening classes, students with an undergraduate degree in engineering (or a degree in math, computer science or a physical science coupled with at least five years experience in engineering after the completion of their undergraduate degree) can learn to manage the engineering function and the technology assets of their organizations by earning a master of science in Engineering Management. Students who already have a graduate degree in mechanical, electrical, industrial, manufacturing, or another branch of engineering can pursue the Engineering Management program for even greater mastery of both technology and the principles of management.
M.S. in Program and Project Management (Available Online)
Nationwide, there is an increasing demand for skilled and experienced professionals who can develop, deploy, and manage locally and globally developed programs in a timely and efficient manner. M.S. in Program and Project Management is 30 semester hours graduate degree designed to address this growing need and targets technical professionals from various industries (i.e. engineering, information technology, military, government, healthcare, energy, transportation) who need to deepen their understanding of program and project management and would like to make a transition from team members to program managers.
M.S. in Information Systems & Technology (Available Online)
This 30 credit hour degree program is for engineers, computer scientists, business people, and other professionals who have responsibility for using, designing, improving, installing, managing, and evaluating integrated enterprise wide information systems. The program emphasizes business processes and ERP software to integrate the functional areas, such as manufacturing, distribution, sales, finance, etc. Specialization's are available in the areas of:
Information Management Applications
Supply Chain and Information Systems Design
Information Security and Quality
Web Information Management
Information Systems Engineering
M.S.E. in ISE and M.B.A. (Dual Degree) (Available Online)
The University of Michigan-Dearborn's College of Business and College of Engineering & Computer Science, through the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, offer an innovative graduate degree program on the University of Michigan-Dearborn campus. The combined programs allow for the award of dual degrees-a Master in Business Administration (MBA) and a Master of Science in Engineering-Industrial & Systems Engineering (MSEISE) upon completion of 66 credit hours of study.