Engineering ManagementM.Eng.

Credits required
45 Oregon State University is on a quarter-term system. There are four quarters each year and classes are 11 weeks long. This program's 45 quarter credits are equal to 30 semester credits.
Cost per credit
Online You can complete all courses online. Some courses may require proctored exams in your local area.
Start terms
4 per year

Faculty: Engineering Management – Online

Program coordinator

Master of Engineering program coordinator - Ean NGEan Ng, Ph.D.
Research interest: Dr. Ng's research interests include engineering management, engineering economic analysis, transportation management, safety engineering, high reliability organization and organization behavior.

Program faculty

Program faculty - Javier CalvoJavier Calvo, Ph.D.
Research interests: Dr. Calvo's research objective is to create ad hoc solutions to complex problems by engineering and maintaining dynamic change environments (transition-phase management) and socio-technical systems with applications within health care, lean and six sigma environments, sustainability, virtual teams and STEM education.

Toni L. Doolen, Ph.D. - Oregon State professorToni L. Doolen, Ph.D.
Research interest: Dr. Doolen's research focuses on applying process improvement methodologies and innovation to improve both the social (work group performance, individual and team affect, skill development, etc.) and technical (productivity, quality and cost) aspects of organizational performance using both qualitative and quantitative methodologies.

Program faculty - Chinweike EseonuChinweike Eseonu, Ph.D.
Research interest: Dr. Eseonu's research addresses technical entrepreneurship, science and engineering policy (with a focus on sustainability and entrepreneurship-related policy), transportation system management and process optimization. 

Program faculty - Robin FeuerbacherRobin Feuerbacher, Ph.D., MBA
Tykeson Endowed Scholar concentrating in human systems engineering.


Program faculty - Kenneth FunkKenneth H., Funk II, Ph.D.
Research interest: Dr. Funk specializes in human factors engineering, especially in the health care, military, aviation and manufacturing domains, and in philosophy of technology.

Gana Natarajan, Ph.D. - instructor OSU school of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing EngineeringGana Natarajan, Ph.D., P.E.M..
Research interest: Dr. Natarajan specializes in application of big data analysis in IE  and engineering management, Environmental Sustainability, Isomorphism of mechanical and fluid systems to socio-macroeconomic systems, Engineering Education, Engineering Management Education, and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) development.

Program faculty - David PotterDavid Porter, Ph.D.
Research interest: Dr. Porter's research addresses information systems engineering, wireless communications, intelligent transportation systems, automatic data collection, manufacturing systems, supply chain engineering and e-commerce.

Oregon State faculty - David SillarsDavid Sillars, Ph.D.
Research interest: inter-organizational relationships in the construction industry; cultural factors in facility delivering; project delivery alternatives; and strategic organizational structuring of project and enterprise level. 


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