Engineering Management Coursework

This interdisciplinary program offers a core of coursework both in engineering and business, giving you a strong technical background coupled with business management skills. The business core includes courses in accounting, economics, marketing and management, augmented by two additional courses in a business management area.  The engineering core includes a small set of required courses in problem-solving and design in a selected engineering area, project management, and engineering economics.  Engineering depth is provided in the courses required for the concentration area. 


Electronics and Computing Concentration

The Electronics and Computing concentration provides a solid foundation in electrical and computer engineering while developing the skills necessary to manage the development of products, including computers and other electronics. Graduates can have an impact on the needs of a global society whose reliance on electronics and computing is ever-increasing. Questions about this concentration? Contact Yong Lin at

Environmental Engineering Concentration

Environmental Engineering addresses environmental issues, focusing on understanding ecological principles and engineering methods for cost-effective prevention and control of pollution. Questions about this concentration? Contact Cathy Almquist at

Manufacturing Engineering Concentration

Manufacturing Engineering addresses product and process design.  It requires the ability to plan the practices of manufacturing; to research and develop tools, manufacturing processes, machines and equipment, and control strategies; and to integrate the facilities and systems so that quality products can be produced at a competitive cost. Questions about this concentration? Contact John Richter at

Paper Science and Engineering Concentration

The  Paper Science and Engineering concentration provides a solid foundation in the pulp and papermaking processes and related chemical engineering fundamentals. Paper Science and Engineering Foundation scholarships are available beginning the first year for up to eight semesters for students who maintain a 3.0 grade point average. Questions about this concentration? Contact Cathy Almquist at


You should follow the curriculum plan for your catalog year, which is typically the first year you started at Miami. However, you have the option to change your catalog year to one more recent. If you are unsure of what your catalog year is, you can find out by reviewing your Degree Audit Report (DAR) on BannerWeb.

Catalog Years