Master of Engineering Management
Designing your future
Duration: From eight months part-time
Advanced standing: Call us to see if you qualify
Study periods: Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec
Fees: $2340 per unit
Accreditation: May be able to claim as CPD with Engineers Australia
The MBA of Engineering
Managing a $200 million project is vastly different to working on a $200 million project. It takes vision, exceptional communication skills, broad industry knowledge, business acumen, and the ability to delegate effectively – even when your first instinct is to complete the task yourself.
Our Master of Engineering Management is the MBA for engineers. Taught by industry and academic leaders, it’s designed to prepare you to lead and innovate in the top tiers, work across any engineering discipline, or start your own firm or consultancy. Bolster your engineering foundation with units covering economic viability and sustainability, infrastructure longevity and stakeholder participation. And, add a business administration flavour to your degree by choosing units in entrepreneurship and marketing, accounting, project management and leadership.
A Master of Engineering Management from SCU Online will prime you for a future less “greenfield”. You’ll gain the skills to respond strategically to growing population demand for world-class infrastructure, as a versatile engineer who can manage multi-disciplinary teams, stakeholders, budgets and timelines. And, it can count towards your continued professional development (CPD) requirements with Engineers Australia or your relevant professional registering body.
The Master of Engineering Management can help you move up in your discipline, de-discipline (to work across engineering specialities as a manager) or strike out on your own. Where will your Master of Engineering Management lead?
Lead projects and teams of any size, in any field of engineering, confidently making decisions concerning asset management, stakeholder engagement, finances and marketing.
Become a Specialist Service Officer in the Defence Force, using strategic planning, analytical and problem solving skills and team leadership to serve your country.
Government Planner or Political Advisor
Harness the power of your practical and diverse expertise to influence community life on a local, state or federal level. Combine your engineering background with budget and stakeholder management to benefit society.
Advisor or Consultant
Share your knowledge and experience with a variety of organisations on a per-project basis. Advise strategic and effective business solutions and manage projects for successful project outcomes.
Pave your own path to success by initiating a start-up, equipped with the business knowledge to back up your bright ideas. Use your research project to investigate your passion, then leverage what expertise you’ve gained in the real world.
Learning with SCU Online
Southern Cross University Online courses fit around work, family, and life. We build the flexibility and excellence in – learning is 100% online, we offer six entry points throughout the year, and units are delivered by tech-savvy academics via fresh, smart, and collaborative interactive technology.
Our 100% online learning delivers maximum flexibility. Each study period lasts seven weeks, with intakes in February, April, June, August, October and December, so you can start when it suits you. And you can power through six units a year, or skip a study period if life or work demands your full attention.
From first enquiry to graduation, we are available to provide assistance at any time. When underway with your study, our personalised, one-on-one support keeps you motivated and means you’re getting what you need to achieve your study and career goals.
Connectivity and engagement is part of the deal. A Master of Engineering Management not only increases your skills, but also enables you to network. Many of our graduates have met future collaborators while they were studying.
A broad grounding in engineering management
Engaging and managing stakeholders is the best way to build the relationships necessary to bring your big ideas to life. Explore how to design, manage and evolve relationships and engage and liaise with stakeholders in a variety of contexts.
If you’ve got your own great ideas, why not pave your own way? Even if you’re working in a larger organisation, it always pays to apply some entrepreneurial spirit. Learn how to make it on your own, or amplify the value of your projects within another company.
Providing sustainable solutions is the key to building not only a liveable future, but also a successful career. You’ll learn how to brainstorm and implement projects using sustainability best practice.
Economics and accounting
Managerial positions require a comprehensive understanding of economics and accounting, even when you have a dedicated team to undertake these tasks. Learn the relevance microeconomics and macroeconomics have to your role, and make informed, responsible financial decisions.
What you can study
- Engineering for a Sustainable Future
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Strategic Infrastructure Asset Management
Part B (choose three)
- Organisational Behaviour
- Entrepreneurship and Marketing
- Economics and Quantitative Analysis
- Project Management Principles
- Project Management: Initiation and Planning
- Project Management: Quality, Control and Risk
- Accounting for Managers
- Finance for Managers
- Global Business
- Managing Digital Enterprise
- Information Systems Analysis and Design
- Leading and Managing People
- Corporate Governance for Managers
Industry Research Project (double weighted)
- Industry Research Project A
- Industry Research Project B
Flexible exit options
We know plans change. That’s why we’ve built a flexible completion option into the Master of Engineering Management. If you need to exit early, if home or work demand your full attention, you could still receive a postgraduate qualification based on the units you’ve completed. If you decide to complete your Masters at a later date, you’ll receive advanced standing towards your degree.
- Exit with a Graduate Certificate in Engineering Management
- Complete four units – two from Part A and two from Part B.
If you’ve transferred from an MBA, or have studied part or all of a Graduate Certificate in Business, Graduate Diploma in Business or an MBA, you may be eligible for advanced standing. This recognition of prior knowledge can shave months off your total study time, which means you can graduate even sooner.
- Demonstrated professional standing – completion of either a four year undergraduate degree in engineering (or a cognate discipline), or a three year undergraduate degree in engineering (or a cognate discipline) plus two years of relevant industry experience.
- Be proficient in English.
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Last updated May 2, 2017