The Master of Science in Engineering Management (MS EM) is a 33 credit-hour program (11 courses), plus a zero-credit exit paper. At least 18 credit-hours (6 courses) must be taken at the 600-level or higher. To remain in good academic standing, a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 must be maintained. A minimum GPA of 3.0 must be achieved to graduate. Full-time standing requires a minimum of 9-credit hours be taken and passed in the fall and spring semesters. All other requirements of the graduate school also apply to this program.
Employment Outcomes Based on exit surveys of 2017 and 2018 Syracuse University Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Management MS graduates.
Companies that hire our MS graduates: Altec Northeast LLC, Aqua Products, Association of Chinese Americans, Bechtel, Beijing Benz Automotive Co. Ltd, Bekaert Corporation, Brookville Equipment Corporation, Carrier Corp, Corning Inc., Cryomech, Cummins Inc., Daikin, Delos, Duro UAS, Exelon Corp, Faurecia Clean Mobility, Fulton Companies, General Atomics, Gfi Informatique, HealthWay Inc., Intertek, Lockheed Martin, MD Anderson Cancer Center, MSC Software, Munich RE, NASA, National Aerospace Solutions, Paslin, Pratt and Whitney, Sevo Systems, SRC Inc, Syracuse University, United Imaging Healthcare Technology Co., Ltd., VLF Automotive, WTB, Xylem Inc., ZYNP Group
Job location: 86% in the US, 14% outside of US
Job location within US:
29% Syracuse/Central New York, 12% Metropolitan New York City, 3% Metropolitan Boston, 3% Metropolitan Los Angeles, 3% San Francisco Bay Area, 3% Texas (Austin/Dallas/Houston), 47% Other
Aero/Mechanical Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Building Environment Research Intern, Compliance Engineer, Composite Engineer, Consultant, Consulting Engineer, Control Engineer, Engineering Coordinator, Engineering Intern, Flight Controller, Incoming systems engineer, Information Management Reporting Analyst, Logistics Manager Assistant, Mechanical Design Engineer: Structural, Mechanical Designer, Mechanical Engineer, Modeling & Simulation Engineer, Project Manager, Postdoc Research Assistant, Process Engineer, Process Improvement Specialist, Product Design Engineer, Product Development Engineer, Product Engineer, Project Coordinator, Project Engineer, Research and Development Engineer, Research Assistant Radiation Physics, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Series Q Release Engineer, Sourcing Analyst, Tooling Coordinator, Variable Refrigerant Volume Application Engineer, Vehicle Shock and Vibration Engineer