Dual Degrees, MBA and Masters in Engineering
This program is the first dual degree program in Connecticut in engineering and management, enabling full- and part-time graduate students to earn both a Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) by taking a total of 63 credits. This is 18 fewer credits than if the degrees were pursued separately. This program is called Excellence in Engineering and Management, E2M.
This is a unique, three-way partnership between the Barney School of Business and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture, and extends to third party-businesses in Greater Hartford. Coursework includes applied projects, for which students formulate marketing and business plans for area companies.
Applicants must apply and be accepted to the graduate programs of both schools to participate in this program.
Also, once enrolled, students must complete all coursework in both schools in order to obtain the the degrees. The degrees are not awarded separately if the coursework of one of the schools is completed before the other.
See the links on the right for details about the Barney School MBA part of this program.
Click here for details about the Masters in Engineering part of this program.
Engineering and Management Curriculum
The E2M Curriculum - Excellence in Engineering and Management
|M 515 Methods of Applied Mathematics||3|
|MBA 610 Quantitative Decision Making||3|
|MBA 612 Accounting Concepts||3|
|MBA 614 Economic Analysis for Managers||3|
|MBA 616 Corporation Finance||3|
|MBA 618 Marketing Management||3|
|MBA 620 Operations Management||3|
|Breadth I - Core courses will be taken before these courses (no waivers)|
|MBA 705 The Global Business Environment||3|
|MBA 710 Leadership and Management||3|
|MBA 720 Managing Technology||3|
|MBA 730 Managing Customer Interfaces||3|
|MBA 740 Business Law and Society: The Global Environment||3|
|MBA 750 Performance Analysis||3|
|Capstone - Completion of Core and Breadth I required. Transfer credit will not be accepted for this course.|
|MBA 810 Strategic Management||3|
|Breadth II - Electives related to specialty in engineering as follows:|
|Six courses from engineering specialties|
|One graduate project in the engineering specialty|
Electrical Power Engineering