Online Engineering Management Technology Program (AA)

Online Engineering Management Technology Associate of Arts Degree

Grantham University’s Associate of Arts in Engineering Management Technology (AA-EMT) introduces you to the basic principles of both electrical and electronic circuits and business. Through the convenience of our 100% online learning environment, you will begin preparing for managerial responsibilities in a technical environment.

Architectural and engineering services are expected to see a 28% growth. (Source: Spring 2010 BLS Occupational Outlook Quarterly)

NOTE: You should be prepared to enter MA105 – College Algebra. If this is not the case, developmental math is available. Also, it is expected that you are computer literate and able to install programs, copy files from a disk to the hard drive, move files within directories, and use Word and Excel at a basic level. If you are in need of basic computer skills, you should take CS101 at the beginning of the program.

Engineering Management Technology Program Outcomes

At the successful completion of the program, you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate appropriate proficiency in the knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of their disciplines
  • Conduct, analyze and interpret experiments and apply experimental results to improve processes
  • Identify, analyze and solve technical problems
  • Communicate effectively
  • Demonstrate an awareness of professional, ethical and social responsibilities

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Course Highlights & Curriculum

Credit Hour Breakdown

Total Credit Hours 63

Curriculum Highlights

Course Number Course Title
EE100 Engineering & Ethics
EE115 Fundamentals of AC Circuits/Lab
CS192 Programming Essentials
CE212 Digital Electronics/Lab
CS263 Programming in C
EE372 Instrumentation & Measurement/Lab

Full curriculum

BA150Principles of Business Mgmt3
BA250Personal Finance3
CH205General Chemistry4
CS192Programming Essentials3
EE100Engineering and Ethics3
EE105Fund Prop of DC Circuits & Lab4
EE115Fund Prop of AC Circuits & Lab4
EE212Electronics I and Lab4
EN101English Composition I3
EN102English Composition II3
EN361Technical Writing3
GP210American Government I3
GU100Student Success1
HU260Strategies for Decision Making3
MA105College Algebra3
PH220Physics I4
Program and core:60
Electives (1):3

Additional online degree details

Degree level:Associates
Delivery method:Online
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Career Information

Engineering Managers, work to ensure design quality. Engineering Managers may direct and coordinate scientific research, technology development and manufacturing processes. They may supervise engineers, scientists, and technicians, along with support personnel. These managers use their knowledge of engineering and natural sciences to oversee a variety of activities. These goals may include improving manufacturing processes, advancing scientific research, or developing new products. Managers make detailed plans to accomplish these goals. For example, they may develop the overall concepts of a new product or identify technical problems preventing the completion of a project.

10-year Job Growth

In the next 10 years, the engineering management field is projected to grow by 15,200 positions.

  • 192,000
  • 176,800
  • 2010
  • 2020
Total number of new jobs and replacement jobs
Year total jobs is an estimate

Average Salaries

If you choose to work as an engineering manager, you can expect to earn:

  • The top 10% earn$166,400
  • The median earn$119,260
  • The lower 10% earn$77,440
* Total compensation includes bonus. Salaries listed are dependent on prior experiences as well as the number of years of seniority.
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Engineering Management Degree

The Engineering Management degree at Grantham University is in high demand, and the description below may prove useful to students who are unsure of what to expect from an engineering management degree course.

An Engineering Management degree signifies an understanding of the specialized form of management concerned mainly with applied engineering with regard to the technical nature of engineering. Programs that terminate in an Engineering Management degree generally include instruction in economics, accounting, finance, and human resources management. Additionally, an Engineering Management degree holder will have studied management information systems, human resources, industrial psychology, and mathematical modeling and optimization. Finally, some adherence to courses in quality control, operation research, safety and health issues, and environmental management are all parts of the course of study that leads to an Electronics Engineering Technology or Engineering Management degree.

The distinction between engineering management and project management and their related degrees is that engineering management deals mainly with the functional management of technical professionals, whereas project management deals with human resources and other general management areas. Both are closely related, and engineering is considered by some to be integral to the definition of project management, and a degree in engineering management is a respected credential among management professionals in many fields.

Training and experience in both business and engineering are key to the successful engineering manager, and the Engineering Management degree provides the first essential steps in learning these. In order for an engineering manager to maintain the respect of his or her technical team and be successful in the market economy, an Engineering Management degree program should provide him or her with the knowledge necessary to navigate both the interpersonal management relationships and the markets adroitly. Often the Engineering Management degree holder will, later in life, manage engineers who are driven by creative thinking and forces other than market strategy, and they therefore require the skills to coach, motivate, and even mentor technical professionals.

Grantham University is a great choice for those seeking an online Engineering Management degree because all of Grantham’s courses are taught online and are available at any time with no required log-in times. While each course has milestones that must be completed by a specific deadline, Engineering Management degree seekers at Grantham University may choose to study and submit their coursework at any time prior to the deadline, anywhere Internet access is available.

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