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Program Structure and Degree Requirements

The non-thesis program with tuition fee consists of ten courses, a capstone project and a seminar course, in which the students will present their projects. Of the ten courses, four are required and seven are electives.

The maximum duration to complete the program is three semesters.

Students should take a minimum of two courses in each semester.

Class meetings are held in the evenings (18:10-21:00) to facilitate attendance of the working students.

Students who complete the program successfully will receive the Master of Science in Engineering Management degree from the Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences of METU.

The degree requirements are as follows. (If you have already taken equivalent courses to the below required courses you may apply for exemption.)

Required Courses
Code Course Title Credit Hours
EM 501 Management Accounting and Engineering Economics (3-0)3
EM 502 Operations Management (3-0)3
EM 505 Decision Models (3-0)3
EM 521 Applied Statistics (3-0)3
EM 590 Seminar (0-2)NC
EM 599 Term Project (0-4)NC
EM 727 Introduction to Engineering Management (Deficiency Program) 1
EM 728 Applications of Engineering Management (Deficiency Program) 1


Elective Courses
Code Course Title Credit Hours
EM 503 Systems and Organizations (3-0)3
EM 504 Technology Management (3-0)3
EM 506 Project Management (3-0)3
EM 507 Total Quality Management (3-0)3
EM 508 Strategic Planning (3-0)3
EM 509 Strategy and Structure of Cooperation (3-0)3
EM 510 Business Process Reengineering (3-0)3
EM 512 Qualitative Methods for Management (3-0)3
EM 516 Logistics (3-0)3
EM 517 Business Economics (3-0)3
EM 520 Management Information Systems and Decision Support Systems (3-0)3
EM 522 Data Mining for Business Intelligence (3-0)3
EM 523 Monte Carlo Simulation for Operations Analysis (3-0)3
EM 524 International Business (3-0)3 or (2-2)3
EM 525 Topics in EM: Behavioral Decision Analysis (3-0)3
EM 531 Engineering Economy and Investment Management (3-0)3
EM 532 Finance for Engineering Management (3-0)3
EM 533 Quality Engineering (3-0)3
EM 534 Supply Chain Management (3-0)3
EM 720 Interfirm Networks (3-0)3
EM 726 Probabilistic Decision Models

Prerequisite Chain for the MEM Program