MEM - Master of Engineering Management

To be admitted to the MEM program, applicants must:

  1. Possess an undergraduate degree in engineering, science, business or other related discipline;
  2. Have satisfactorily completed: MATH 243; and IME 255;
  3. Have a minimum GPA of 3.000, on a 4.000 scale, in the last 60 credit hours of undergraduate courses and in all graduate coursework. (Students with a lower GPA may be considered only for probationary or nondegree admission.
    In addition,
  4. Applicants whose native language is not English must submit official, acceptable scores for either the TOEFL, the Academic Module of the IELTS examination, or the PTE-Academic. Please visit the graduate school website to check English proficiency requirements; and
  5. Department prefers and strongly encourages the submission of GRE scores.

Program Requirements

Please note that:

  • Some of the IME courses may require programming skills as a prerequisite.
  • Some of the IME courses may require Linear Algebra or Calculus III as a prerequisite.
  • Course distribution (at least 36 credit hours)
    Core Courses
    MBA 800Fundamentals of Finance and Financial Analysis3
    MBA 801Management & Marketing3
    ECON 800Analysis of Economic Theory3
    IME 724Statistical Methods for Engineers3
    IME 777IME Colloquium (one semester)0
    CESP 750DEngr Research Writing1
    Select one course from each of the following IME concentrations: 112
    Operations Research
    Systems
    Production and Supply Chain Analytics
    Quality and Reliability
    Electives
    Select at least 11 credit hours of electives11
    Total Credit Hours36
  • A plan of study should be submitted during the first semester of enrollment and at least 60 percent of credit hours in a plan of study must be 700 or higher level WSU courses;
  • The professional and scholarly integrity training requirement must be completed, preferably during the first semester of the program.
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For a list of current courses in each concentration, please visit the IME website.

MBA to MEM Program

Graduates of the WSU Master of Business Administration (MBA) program may be allowed to use up to 12 credit hours from the WSU MBA courses as technical electives if they enroll in the MEM program.

MEM to MBA Program

Graduates of the WSU MEM program may be allowed to use up to 12 credit hours from the technical electives taken from the WSU MBA courses if they enroll in the MBA program.