Engineering Business, Graduate Certificate
The Graduate Certificate in Engineering Business involves eight courses with academic and participation elements. The program offers students opportunities to apply the technical aspects of an engineering skill foundation in start-up, consulting, small business, and/or corporate settings. This equips them to manage projects, lead people, make data-driven and market-based decisions, and advance economically sound initiatives.
Students apply to the Engineering Business Program any time from the end of their sophomore year to the first year of their Master of Science in Engineering Management, once accepted into the MS in engineering management program. To earn the engineering business certificate, students must have completed in good standing a BS (engineering)/MS in engineering management program at Northeastern or an MS in engineering management with a BS in engineering, also from Northeastern; have been accepted through application and committee admission to the Galante Engineering Business Program; participated in the Galante Engineering Business Program cocurricular elements; and taken four specified business skill courses in the College of Engineering graduate school as listed under the Program Requirements tab in addition to the four required core engineering management courses.
Refer to the Galante Engineering Business Program web page for additional details and description.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|Complete 4 semester hours from the following:||4|
|Product Development for Engineers|
|Customer-Driven Technical Innovation for Engineers|
|Managing People and Organizations|
|EMGT 5300||Engineering/Organizational Psychology||4|
|EMGT 6305||Financial Management for Engineers||4|
|IE 5640||Data Mining for Engineering Applications||4|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
16 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required