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Economics And Engineering Management

Students under this program are empowered with the prerequisite skills needed to manage and lead engineering-driven organizations. The best part is that you will graduate with two degrees – complementary expertise in economics and engineering management. This will automatically give you an edge over other job seekers and employees in the job market.

Economics And Engineering Courses

With the concurrent degree program in economics and engineering management, students get exposed to a pool of expertise and knowledge in business and engineering, utilizing courses such as –

  • Applied Regression Analysis and Forecasting
  • Business Law and Ethics for Managers
  • Business Writing
  • Calculus for Engineers
  • Economic Analysis for Engineers
  • Elements of Intercultural Communication
  • Engineering Administration
  • General Chemistry for Engineers
  • Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
  • Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
  • International Monetary Economics
  • International Trade Theory
  • Introduction to Financial Engineering
  • Lean Six Sigma Methodology
  • Macroeconomic Principles
  • Marketing and Business Performance
  • Microeconomic Principles
  • Organization and Management Leadership
  • Probability and Statistics for Engineering Problem Solving
  • Project Management
  • Systems Dynamics and Thinking
  • Uses of Accounting Information
  • Work Analysis and Design

Careers In Economics And Engineering

The concurrent degree in economics and engineering management creates a solid avenue for you to become strategically positioned for future career mobility. Also, it will set you up for managerial positions with scientific or engineering enterprises — especially in the following careers –

Career

Growth*

Median Salary*

Architectural and Engineering Managers 

6.16%

$124,870

Compliance Managers  

7.32%

$100,890

Computer and Information Systems Managers 

16.90%

$120,950

Construction Managers  

17.21%

$82,790

Economics Teachers, Postsecondary

15.12%

$87,950

Economists

5.82%

$91,860

Energy Engineers  

6.66%

$92,030

Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary

15.12%

$92,670

Environmental Economists  

5.82%

$91,860

Environmental Engineers 

30.62%

$80,890

General and Operations Managers  

 

$95,440

Industrial Production Managers 

 

$92,470

Information Technology Project Managers 

 

$81,140

Investment Fund Managers 

7.32%

$100,890

Logistics Engineers  

 

$73,870

Program Directors

9.79%

$71,350

Quality Control Systems Managers 

 

$89,190

Regulatory Affairs Managers  

7.32%

$100,890

Sales Engineers

 

$96,340

Supply Chain Managers  

7.32%

$100,890

Transportation Engineers  

 

$82,050

Wind Energy Project Managers  

7.32%$100,890

*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).

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Application Requirements

All students are required to meet general university and NAHCEU admission requirements.

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