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Project, Engineering and Management (Web-Based Master’s), M.

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Department Head: Dr. Kumar Ganesan
  (406) 496-4239
  SE 316B

Field of Study

The Master of Project Engineering and Management degree is designed to give working professionals an opportunity to enhance their technical and managerial skills with minimum disruption to their workday. The 30 credit non-thesis degree is structured around three primary areas: 1) Advanced Engineering Principles; 2) Industrial and Management Engineering; and 3) Business and Organizational Management.

Degree Program

All the courses for this unique, interdisciplinary degree program are offered through web-based, on-line courses. All courses are three credits each for a total of 30 semester credits. A student is required to have a Bachelor of Science Degree or technical degree to gain admission in this graduate degree program. Students with non-engineering (technical degree) may be required to take additional courses as prerequisites. Admission into the program will be evaluated based on individual applicants educational background and work experience.

This online courses allows students to coordinate their study with their professional and personal demands. This internet based offering allows students to pursue studies at times and places convenient to them.


This 30 credit, non-thesis degree is structured around technical management as the focus. Courses are offered during fall, spring, and summer semesters. The MPEM course work includes six core courses and four technical electives. It also includes a final project presentation to the committee members to complete the degree requirements. This presentation will take place on campus.

Admission Requirements:

  1. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree in any Engineering discipline.
  2. Non-engineering students wishing to enroll may have to complete some engineering deficiency courses.
  3. Applicants interested in the program should apply to Montana Tech (406) 496-4304.

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