Established in 1804, Ohio University is the oldest public institution of higher learning in Ohio. Ohio University is proud to bring innovative educational and research programs to students from around the world. Today the tradition of pioneering education continues on campus and online through a continuous commitment to furthering education.
Ohio University has been cited for academic quality and value by U.S. News & World Report, America's 100 Best College Buys, Princeton Review's Best Colleges, and Peterson's Guide to Competitive Colleges. The John Templeton Foundation has also recognized Ohio University as one of the top character-building institutions in the country. In its 2010 edition, U.S. News & World Report ranked the university’s undergraduate program 115th among national universities. As a Tier 1 institution, Ohio University is consistently ranked in the top 2% of American public universities. Ohio University is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Ohio University’s online Master of Engineering Management equips you with the skills you will need to manage, lead, and motivate a variety of technical and non-technical professionals to accomplish collective goals, while still engaging in your technical profession.
Ohio University’s online Master of Engineering Management is designed to advance your understanding of engineering, science, and technology while concurrently building your managerial skill sets. Courses include: Engineering Statistics, Six Sigma, Quality Systems, Project Management, Engineering Writing and Engineering Law to ensure that you emerge as a leader in your chosen field upon graduation. Additionally, students can graduate in 2 years with this 100% online program.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank Ohio University and its staff for the excellent education I received. Many people, including myself, think very carefully about the expenditures/return ratio when choosing an advanced degree. I considered an MBA; however, I can see employment trends that exhibit a bias toward layoff. I wanted to keep my core technical competencies for marketability and salary considerations. The results are as follows: I was working for a leading aerospace supplier as a divisional engineer, this degree offered me many opportunities within the organization, I chose to look outside, and the results were a $22,000 pay increase and a chance to work for NASA on the Ares 1 project.
Although nothing in life can be guaranteed, many of the students in my cohort experienced similar monetary increases. Along with the monetary increases come choices that include greater freedom and creative satisfaction as a result of the doors that were opened by this program.”
- Larry Henthorn, graduate, Master of Engineering Management