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Priority deadline extended: Still accepting
applications for Spring 2014
Priority deadline for spring semester:
The Office of Graduate Studies
438 Old Main
5000 Abbey Way
Lacey, WA 98503
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday
Master of Engineering Management
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The MEM program provides engineering and science graduates with a balance of
engineering, managerial, business, marketing, legal and information systems
tools for an engineering management career in either the private or public
Key Program Features
The curriculum is adaptable to both recent graduates and engineers
with professional experience. Students emerge with skills in
assessing and meeting client needs from a business and engineering
Faculty have real-world experience in the subjects they teach.
Classes are offered evenings and summers to meet the needs of
working professionals. Classes are generally scheduled to allow a
student to complete the program in a two to three year period by
taking two classes per semester.
- Local, face-to-face
The program is offered on our Main campus in Lacey.