Falls School of Business
The engineering management major at Anderson University brings together business administration, management, mathematics, and general engineering courses to provide a solid understanding of both engineering and business operations. This major also readies students for graduate study.
Engineering management professionals hold positions in a variety of industries, such as business, manufacturing, marketing, and technical sales, often serving as a liaison between customers and engineers. They handle an organization’s budget and financial operations, also interacting with marketing, engineering, manufacturing, product design and development, and quality control departments.
Engineering managers are in high demand by employers. Not only do graduates possess strong technical skills, but they step into the field empowered with a knowledge and understanding of fundamental business principles that lead to a promising career in engineering management.
Housed within AU’s Falls School of Business, the engineering management major offers students a specialization in either management, or sales and marketing. A blend of both business and engineering, this major is a strong pathway for students who want to study business while also gaining invaluable skills and experience within the field of engineering.
Students in this major will receive hands-on training opportunities alongside AU engineering majors. These experiences include using state-of-the-art equipment in the university’s Engineering Center, along with programming, 3-D printing, laser cutting, and other hands-on projects.
- Graduate with a BA in Engineering Management in four years.
- Complete the 4+1 program, from BA to MBA.
- Project Management
- Systems Engineering
- Buyer/Seller Relations
- Strategic Management
- Organizational Behavior & Theory
- Equipment Sales
- Business Development
- Business Administration
- Graduate Study
- Sales & Marketing
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