Master of Engineering and Management

The Master of Engineering and Management (MEM) program provides business acumen and leadership skills to uniquely position graduates for rapid advancement in technology-oriented organizations.  The MEM curriculum is the result of nearly 20 years of ongoing research and interviews with hundreds of industrial stakeholders and more than 600 graduates in our thriving alumni network. This interdisciplinary, joint degree program combines the analytical expertise and rigor from the Case School of Engineering and the organizational insights of the Weatherhead School of Management.  MEM is a 1 year, cohort program that starts every year in June. This program is designed for undergraduate engineering majors and is focused on developing high-impact talent, which companies are actively seeking. Students can enter this program after their junior year or upon graduation. 


The program includes 36 credit hours of graded coursework.  The 10-course core sequence makes up 30 of the required credit hours. For the remaining 6 credit hours, students can choose from any 400 level Case School of Engineering course for which prerequisites are met or select Weatherhead School of Management courses. Below is the list of required core courses and a representative sample of elective courses.    

Required Core Courses (30 credit hours)

IIME 400Leadership Assessment and Development (LEAD)3
IIME 410Accounting, Finance, and Engineering Economics3
IIME 425Understanding People and Change in Organizations3
IIME 430AProduct Design and Development I3
IIME 430BProduct and Process Design, Development, and Delivery II3
IIME 432Operations Research and Supply Chain Management3
IIME 440Six Sigma and Quality Management3
IIME 450Engineering Entrepreneurship3
IIME 475Technology Marketing Strategy3
IIME 476Applied Statistics for Decision Support in Data Science3
Total Units30

Elective Courses (6 credit hours)

New Venture Finance
Materials and Manufacturing Processes
Entrepreneurship and Personal Wealth Creation
Chief Executive Officer
Enterprise Resource Planning in the Supply Chain
Models of Health Care Systems (*)
Regulatory Affairs for the Biosciences (*)
Fundamentals of Clinical Information Systems
Exploratory Data Science
Applied Data Science Research
Data Science: Statistical Learning, Modeling and Prediction
Commercialization and Intellectual Property Management
Marketing Metrics
Global Supply Chain Logistics
Executive Leadership
Leadership in Diversity and Inclusion: Towards a Globally Inclusive Workplace
*courses are 1.5 credit hours and are generally taken together in one semester.