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School of Business

Engineering Management


  • Bachelor of Science
  • Undergraduate

136-137 credits

required for program

PSEO/Early college online classes

136-137 credits

136-137 credits

required for program

PSEO/Early college online classes

Learn analytical and design skills paired with business acumen from Christian faculty. Gain an understanding of operations and production issues, while balancing knowledge of how those impact a firm's financial success. The engineering management major is a four and a half year program focused on business and engineering courses, designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in business fields requiring a moderate level of technical skill. This degree lays the foundation for you to work in civil, electrical, or manufacturing industries.

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Engineering management students found employment

99%

of seniors are able to discuss their major through a biblical worldview

60%

of internships result in job offers

Why study engineering management at Northwestern?

Northwestern is the only university in the Twin Cities area to offer an engineering management major. Our school has close relationships with local businesses to enhance your opportunity for employment.

You will be prepared to function effectively in areas such as factory supervision, manufacturing engineering, quality assurance, facilities management, project management, and technical sales/support.

We require extensive internships which translate classroom lessons into practical work experience; more than 60% of internships result in job offers. With campus so close to downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, students can take advantage of opportunities in Minnesota’s thriving engineering and manufacturing industries.

If you have strong math and business skills with an interest in engineering and a career that offers the flexibility to work in civil, electrical, or manufacturing industries, this might be the right degree for you.

What will you learn?

You will learn critical thinking skills and gain an analytical mindset while learning to manage a team.

Some classes include:

  • Engineering
  • Statics and Dynamics
  • Thermodynamics
  • Calculus & Analytical Geometry
  • Engineering Physics
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At Northwestern, the idea of community, especially Christ-centered community, means there is a lot more togetherness in the engineering program. At least once or twice a day we are spending time together at the student center doing homework. When you’re doing something you all love, even if it is homework, even if it’s numerical analysis and thermodynamics, it’s still really cool to do [all of it] together in a community.
Riley K
Department of Computing, Data & Mathematical Sciences, 2019

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