Engineering Management (English)

Program Description

The Master’s Program in Engineering Management (in English) focuses on the application of methods and techniques to ensure the efficient use and management of projects, construction, materials, labor, machinery, finances, energy, and knowledge. This interdisciplinary program offers students the opportunity to specialize in the field of management based on their undergraduate expertise, with courses such as Strategic Management, Big Data Management, Risk and Crisis Management, Construction Management, and Project Management, providing a career path tailored to the individual student.

In this program, candidates with engineering degrees are trained to become managers equipped with technical knowledge and skills, capable of making strategic and operational decisions in the globalized world to remain competitive. Given the interdisciplinary nature of this program, graduates can find employment opportunities in both the public and private sectors and work in any field where engineering practices and management are required.

Program Structure

The Master’s Program in Engineering Management (in English) is a thesis-based graduate program consisting of a total of 21 credits, including 7 courses, a seminar course, and thesis work. The seminar course and thesis work are credit-free and are graded as either pass or fail. The minimum duration of the thesis-based graduate program is four semesters, with a maximum of six semesters. The duration calculations do not include the scientific preparation program. Periods during which the student is not registered are included in the maximum duration.


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