Management engineers combine the use of analytical methods, information systems and behavioural science to study, analyse and lead projects in a diverse range of organisations. With the dominant emergence and speed of developing computer technologies, information systems, data collection, and analysis, any industry today needs the management engineers of tomorrow.
A wide spectrum of employment opportunities exist in industry, business, governments, universities, non-profit organizations, and wherever corporations and institutions wish to improve their effectiveness, efficiency, productivity, and future planning based on engineering analysis.
Graduates of this program are uniquely qualified to work on interdisciplinary teams that require both engineering and management skills.
Top management engineering career possibilities:
- Management consultant
- Business and data analyst
- Industrial engineer
- Project and product manager
Those interested in pursuing graduate degrees can progress to Master's and PhD degree programs in management sciences, business, industrial engineering, law, or even medicine.
Watch Prof. Mark Smucker describe the various career possibilities of Management Engineering graduates, as presented at a recent March Break Open House at the University of Waterloo.