2012-2013 Annual Report
Engineering Management is the Signature Program of the College, built at the cross section of engineering, business, and law. With over 160 students, Engineering Management is the largest masters program in the College. The program enjoyed its fifth consecutive year of enrollment growth this past year with an increase of about 12%. The program offers exciting specializations in enterprise systems, systems engineering, logistics, and entrepreneurship. Moreover, the flexible and modular format of the program allows other specializations in the management of different fields of engineering, in tandem with other available majors in the College.
The program is currently offered in three formats: the regular weekday program at the Engineering Center, the professional weekend program at the Pines Center, and the overseas weekend program in Kingston, Jamaica. The Professional MSEM program at Pines Center—a one-year Saturday-only program geared for working Professionals graduated its fourth cohort of students this summer. Students in this program specialize in Enterprise Systems. The program also graduated its fifth cohort of students from its one-year weekend offering at Kingston, Jamaica. Students in this program specialize in Systems Engineering.
The program is gearing up for offering an evening program at the FIU Brickell campus, focusing on Logistics/Supply Chain Management. The program is also expanding to online offering, with the hiring of its newest faculty member this fall.
Work is underway to upgrade the current computer lab into a state-of-the-art executive education seminar room that can serve both as a classroom and a computer lab; all with full online recording and video conferencing capabilities for synchronous and asynchronous online course delivery.
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