Engineering Management

Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM): 45.0 quarter credits

About the Program

The engineering management program is designed to provide the background in management science necessary to advance from purely technical positions to supervisory responsibilities in such areas as research and development, production, engineering, design, and technical marketing. Study can be on a part-time or full-time basis, and all courses are offered online.

In our increasingly complex, technologically-oriented economy, demand has risen for professionals with the expertise to manage both human and technological resources — a combination of talents crucial to organizations competing in the global marketplace. Students graduating with the master's in engineering management are significantly better positioned to meet the challenge.

Engineering management is a multidisciplinary program offering a core curriculum and specialization in a selected area of technology or management. Majors in engineering management must hold a bachelor’s degree in engineering, basic science, or a related field. The program is open to those professionals who aspire to be engineering or technically based managers.

Dual-Degree Requirements

Students may simultaneously pursue the master's in engineering management and another master's degree. Students must satisfy program requirements for each degree, with a maximum of 15.0 credits transferred from one program to the other. (The master's in engineering management requires 45.0 credits; if the other degree requires 45.0 credits, then 60.0 credits are required under the dual degree program.) Approval for the dual degree program must be obtained from the program advisor in each department or program.

Graduate Co-op Program (GCP)

The Graduate Co-op Program (graduate intern or co-op program) is available to master’s-level engineering management students. The opportunity to spend six months in industry provides a significant opportunity for the engineer in transition to management. Through Drexel’s Steinbright Career Development Center, students can explore new career directions. This program requires 6.0 additional credits, 3.0 for each term in industry.

Certificate Opportunity

The engineering management program also offers a four-course graduate certificate in engineering management. 

Students can apply to pursue the graduate certificate in engineering management, earn the credential, and subsequently apply those credits toward completion of a master's in engineering management. However, current students in pursuit of the master's in engineering management may not simultaneously pursue the graduate certificate.

Non-engineering management graduate students in the college of engineering (including those in the accelerated bachelor's/master's program) are welcome to apply for the certificate in engineering management, with advisor approval, and they can do so while simultaneously pursuing their primary degree.

Additional Information 

For more information about the program, visit the Drexel Online Engineering Management program page.

Admission Requirements

Admission to this program requires:

  • A four-year bachelor of science degree in engineering from an ABET-accredited institution in the United States or an equivalent international institution.  Bachelor's degrees in math or the physical sciences may also be considered for provisional admission.
  • Minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0.  If any other graduate work has been completed, the average GPA must be at least 3.0.
  • Complete graduate school application.
  • Official transcripts from all universities or colleges and other post-secondary educational institutions (including trade schools) attended.
  • Two letters of recommendation, professional or academic (professional preferred).
  • Resume
  • A 750-word essay on one of two prompts: technical analysis problem or human resource problem (details of each problem are included in the essay tab of the online application).
  • International students must submit an Internet-based TOEFL (IBT = score of 100 or higher).

At least five years of relevant professional work experience are recommended, but not required.

Interested students should complete the Drexel University Online admission application for admission into this online program.

Degree Requirements

The master's in engineering management degree requires 45.0 credits, including 30.0 credits in required core courses and 15.0 graduate elective credits. These electives may be taken in other colleges at Drexel consistent with the plan of study and any required prerequisites.

Students may take their required elective credits from any graduate-level course(s) in engineering, business, or another college for which they have adequate preparation and can obtain approvals from the college and the engineering management program.

All candidates are encouraged to discuss areas of interest with the program advisor and to develop a proposed plan of study during the early stages of the program.

Note:  Specific course requirements will be waived for students who have taken equivalent courses elsewhere.


Engineering Management
EGMT 501Engineering Management3.0
EGMT 502Advanced Engineering Management3.0
EGMT 504Engineering Management Communications3.0
EGMT 581Human Relations and Organizational Behavior3.0
Quantitative Analysis
EGMT 571Managerial Statistics3.0
EGMT 572Statistical Data Analysis *3.0
EGMT 573Operations Research3.0
Economics and Financial Management
EGMT 531Engineering Economic Evaluation & Analysis3.0
EGMT 535Financial Management3.0
Engineering Management Capstone
EGMT 692Engineering Management Capstone3.0
Electives
Select five of the following electives: **15.0
Advanced Financial Management for Engineers
Engineering Leadership
Marketing & Business Development
Marketing: Identifying Customer Needs
Product Conceptualization and Development
Technology Conceptualization and Development
Sustainable Business Practices for Engineers
Project Management
Engineering Project Management
Project Planning, Scheduling and Control
Global Engineering Project Management
Systems Engineering & Systems Thinking
Visual System Mapping
Systems Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Analysis I
Systems Engineering Analysis II
Engineering Law & Ethics
Ethics & Business Practices for Engineers
Engineering Law
Other Approved Electives
Special Topics in Engineering Management
Systems Engineering Process
Systems Engineering Tools
Sustainment and Integrated Logistics
Integrated Risk Management
Supply Chain Systems Engineering
Systems Reliability Engineering
Systems Reliability, Availability & Maintainability Analysis
Statistical Modeling & Experimental Design
Systems Engineering Design
Systems Architecture Development
Software Systems Engineering
Systems Integration and Test
Total Credits45.0

 

*

 EGMT 572 Statistical Data Analysis requires as a prerequisite EGMT 571 Managerial Statistics or approval from the program administration to complete a waiver and request to take then pass the STAT Placement Exam in place of EGMT 571.  If approved for the waiver of EGMT 571, students will be eligible to complete an upper level course substitution to satisfy the degree requirements.  More information on this option is available on the Engineering Management website.

**

 Students may select electives from other disciplines outside of Engineering Management with prior approval from their advisor.


Certificate in Engineering Management

Certificate Level: Graduate
Admissions Requirements: Undergraduate degree in engineering
Certificate Type: Graduate Certificate
Number of Credits to Completion: 12.0
Instructional Delivery: Online
Calendar Type: Quarter
Maximum Time Frame: 1 years
Financial Aid Eligibility:
Not aid eligible

This program is a superb training ground for engineers and scientists who want to obtain a solid foundation in critical areas in management, communications, economics and finance without having to commit to the entire graduate program. After completing the program, students have the option of applying the earned credits toward a master’s degree in engineering management.

Admission to this program requires:

  • A four-year bachelor of science degree in engineering from an ABET-accredited institution in the United States or an equivalent international institution. Bachelor's degrees in math or the physical sciences may also be considered for provisional admission.
  • Minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0. If any other graduate work has been completed, the average GPA must be at least 3.0.
  • Complete graduate school application.
  • Official transcripts from all universities or colleges and other post-secondary educational institutions (including trade schools) attended.
  • Two letters of recommendation, professional or academic (professional preferred).
  • Resume
  • A 750-word essay on one of two prompts: technical analysis problem or human resource problem (details of each problem are included in the essay tab of the online application).
  • International students must submit an Internet-based TOEFL (IBT = score of 100 or higher).

At least five years of relevant professional work experience are recommended, but not required.

Continuing master's students pursuing other technical disciplines may also complete the certificate courses as electives with approval from their advisor (e.g., electrical engineering master's students may complete these four courses to satisfy four of their five elective requirements).

This certificate is awarded to students who successfully complete the following four graduate-level courses from the master's in engineering management curriculum:


Requirements
EGMT 501Engineering Management3.0
EGMT 504Engineering Management Communications3.0
EGMT 531Engineering Economic Evaluation & Analysis3.0
EGMT 535Financial Management3.0
Total Credits12.0

 

The program is administered through Drexel Online. Applications to the certificate program are managed by Drexel Online. For the most current admission information, please visit www.drexel.com.

Courses

EGMT 501 Engineering Management 3.0 Credits

The course will cover the history and evolution of management theory as well as planning, organizational design, management styles, motivation/rewards/punishments and problem solving. Emphasis will be on developing a systemic, holistic approach. This course is designed to provide the necessary business knowledge for further study in the Engineering Management advanced courses. Students will have the opportunity to analyze issues dealing with various aspects of management. In addition, the required writing assignments should aid in developing critical thinking and written communication skills.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 502 Advanced Engineering Management 3.0 Credits

The course will develop a framework that can be used to effectively manage organizations for sustainable high performance. It will build on the fundamentals that were learned in Engineering Management I and explore concepts related to change, strategy, culture, complexity, systems thinking, learning, creativity, problem solving, and innovation. Upon completing the course the student will have an enhanced ability to bring creativity to management and leadership challenges as well as an appreciation of the processes, skills, and attitude needed for success.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 501 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 504 Engineering Management Communications 3.0 Credits

Teaches effective communication skills, both written and spoken, and strategies essential for success in the workplace. Addresses interpersonal issues, communicating across functional disciplines. Uses the Design Approach. Addresses the communication demands of engineers.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 515 Infrastructure Systems & Performance Evaluation 3.0 Credits

Characterization of transportation, building, urban water resources and power distribution infrastructure. Capacity, functional performance and serviceability metrics. Risk and vulnerability concepts. Physical deterioration mechanisms. Asset management principles. Data management supporting scoping and sequencing of facility maintenance,repair, upgrading, interconnection, expansion or replacement.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 516 Infrastructure Project & Program Planning 3.0 Credits

Coordination of infrastructure systems with multiple integrated projects through concept development, regulatory, environmental and economic screening, and then through design, construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance. Includes definition of program objectives and geographic limits; assessing asset conditions; sustainability and stakeholder analysis, team assembly and governance; defining performance and status reporting metrics.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 501 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 517 Public Value & Participation in Infrastructure Decision 3.0 Credits

Adjusting sponsoring agency plans and program for external statutory and informal inputs, including regulatory approvals, environmental assessment, interested and affected party stakeholder concerns, life cycle sustain ability, and resource allocation. Includes communication of and transparent ratification of tradeoffs in expectations of project performance and reliability.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 516 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 520 Infrastructure Capstone Project 3.0 Credits

Group project to produce an engineering- intensive submission for approval by a regulatory agency, addressing compliance with regulatory, codes and professional standards and resource requirements. The student team, with diverse backgrounds, will prepare and present the report to the designated entity, following the procedures and protocols that it has published.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 501 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 515 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 516 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 531 Engineering Economic Evaluation & Analysis 3.0 Credits

Provides a review of economic analysis, with emphasis on those phases of major interest to engineering administration. Covers the calculation of economic equivalence, inflation and the purchasing power of money, decision-making among alternatives, evaluation of public activities, and estimation of costs.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 535 Financial Management 3.0 Credits

Studies the features of accounting data essential to the interpretation and evaluation of engineering operations and financial position of the engineering enterprise. Analyzes financial statements and reports from the point of view of management.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 531 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 536 Advanced Financial Management for Engineers 3.0 Credits

Covers advanced problems in planning, controlling, and directing engineering and other operating costs through budgeting and analysis of cost data. Studies judging of profitability, liquidity, and the organizational structure of the engineering functions.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 535 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 531 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 571 Managerial Statistics 3.0 Credits

Covers probability, including random variables and probability distributions, mathematical expectation, discrete probability distributions, continuous probability distributions, sampling and sampling distribution, and estimators and confidence intervals. Includes applications to engineering and industrial problems.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 572 Statistical Data Analysis 3.0 Credits

Continues EGMT 571. Covers hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation, multiple regression, and some topics from analysis of variance and non-parametric statistics. Introduces quality control.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 571 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 573 Operations Research 3.0 Credits

Covers deterministic modeling, including linear programming; the Simplex Method; theory of the Simplex Method; duality and sensitivity analysis; transportation, transshipment, and assignment problems; problem formulation; goal programming; network analysis; dynamic programming; and integer and non-linear programming. Discusses case study applications of engineering and management problems.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 571 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 572 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 581 Human Relations and Organizational Behavior 3.0 Credits

Covers morale and discipline in management situations. Includes case studies stressing the prevention of and solution to employee problems by means of appropriate policies, techniques, practices, and procedures. Examines group dynamics from the point of view of both psychological and sociological factors under varying situations, especially industrial.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 504 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 501 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 605 Research & Development Management I 3.0 Credits

Analyzes the issues and concepts involved in strategic and corporate development planning in the modern technologically oriented company. Pays particular attention to the fundamentals of corporate planning as they relate to the research and development product planning of the corporation. Includes some case studies. May be taken independently of EGMT 606.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 606 Research & Development Management II 3.0 Credits

Analyzes the issues and concepts involved in the management of research and development and its functional relationship to other elements of the corporate structure. Pays particular attention to the functional characteristics of the product line, company growth by technological innovation, application of systems engineering concepts to the corporate organization, and changing concepts in management structures to accommodate advances in science and technology. May be taken independently of EGMT 605.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 610 Ethics & Business Practices for Engineers 3.0 Credits

Course will raise level of awareness and sensitivity of and teach how to create a workplace valuing ethical behavior and business conduct. Discusses engineering ethics, how to establish and administer an effective corporate compliance program, case studies and application of the case method, ethical implications of business practice issues in the workplace.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 614 Marketing: Identifying Customer Needs 3.0 Credits

Prepares students for management of research and development by exposing them to the needs of the environment and industries outside of their employers. Teaches students how to find business opportunities based on the wants and needs of customers. Focuses on the marketing of engineering services and engineered products to industrial and governmental customers. Explores the interdependence of engineering marketing, manufacturing, and finance through strategic business planning. Covers industrial and government procurement, sales techniques, costs, pricing, marketing research, proposal preparation, and client relationships.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 501 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 615 Product Conceptualization and Development 3.0 Credits

Covers two broad themes: (1) innovation processes and (2) specific tools to use in the process. The course will acquaint students with the nature and the fundamental concepts of innovation processes, develop an understanding of which innovation processes are best applied to specific competitive environments and basic skill in the use of specific engineering and management tools useful in the development of innovative products, services and business models and the integration of the engineering/management.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 616 Technology Conceptualization and Development 3.0 Credits

Analyzes the issues and concepts involved in the management of research and development and its functional relationship to other elements of the corporate structure. Pays particular attention to the functional characteristics of the product line, company growth by technological innovation, application of systems engineering concepts to the corporate organization, and changing concepts in management structures to accommodate advances in science and technology.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 620 Engineering Project Management 3.0 Credits

This course addresses the fundamentals of project management, and the techniques to ensure successful project execution. The course will look at qualitative and quantitative project management techniques, the impact of technology on PM, cost and schedule controls, financial considerations, leadership, team development, how other industries approach project management, and planning. We will also examine case studies of project management for international projects, different industries, and outsourcing situations.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 625 Project Planning, Scheduling and Control 3.0 Credits

This course provides a basic understanding of project planning and control by examining concepts and theories. Emphasis is placed on planning and control of technology based organizations. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to use the tools and concepts of project control and apply them.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 571 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 630 Global Engineering Project Management 3.0 Credits

This course will focus on strategies and techniques needed for managing a global project in an engineering environment. Develop concepts of leadership for diverse global teams comm. strategies, cultural considerations, organizational structure, collaborative tools & techniques, risk mitigation and contracting strategies, legal and financial issues when executing a global engineering project. Highlight techniques used in design/construction, prod, devpt and technology transfer projects. Essential in today's environment of global competition.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 635 Visual System Mapping 3.0 Credits

Visual System Mapping is an elective course designed to unlock creativity used to solve problems, accelerate learning and improve communications. Application of VSM techniques provides an advantage to solution development, collaboration and consensus in business problems for success in today’s highly complex and competitive environment. VSM was inspired by a technique known as "Mind Mapping, and was designed to improve the use of the brain in learning and mastery and has been demonstrated to lead to enhanced creativity and better results. Practitioners can expect to have fun while virtually guaranteeing breakthrough outcomes. This course allows students to learn techniques and methods and apply them to personal, professional and organizational issues on individual and team projects.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 501 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 650 Engineering Leadership 3.0 Credits

Course will explore concepts related to effective leadership within practice of engineering. Equips practicing engineers to move beyond engineering training to focus on algorithms and analysis and develop a broad understanding of leadership effectiveness in a technically oriented work place. Course will include models related to sustainable, high performance and topics related to living, learning, effectiveness, power, influence, networking, and systems thinking. Emphasis on developing systems thinking.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 501 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 502 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 652 Engineering Law 3.0 Credits

Examines the influence of contract, tort, and property law on engineering and construction activities. Includes legal principles relating to management of engineering organizations and governmental departments, and legal procedures of interest to engineers. Covers contracts, professional malpractice, expert testimony, intellectual property law, and business organizations.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 660 Sustainable Business Practices for Engineers 3.0 Credits

The course will give students a broad and practical understanding of various environmental issues as well as sustainability concepts. The challenges associated with sustainable development are multifaceted involving economic, social and environmental concerns. These concerns are altering business strategies and practices and are leading to new opportunities.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 501 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 680 Special Topics in Engineering Management 3.0 Credits

Covers selected advanced-level topics in the field of engineering management. Specific topics for each term will be announced prior to registration.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

EGMT 685 Systems Engineering Management 3.0 Credits

Course teaches the art of systems engineering. Students will learn SE processes and skills to integrate user needs, manage requirements, conduct technological evaluation and build elaborate system architecture, to assess risk, establish financial and schedule constraints. Course provides pedagogically sound approach to the subject matter. Any graduate students involved with new product development, technology development and/or integration will find this course useful.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 688 Systems Engineering Analysis I 3.0 Credits

Introduces multiple System Engineering Analysis practices used to execute systems engrineering processes. Provides foundation to execute, monitor, and manage the traditional practices and also develops ability to modify and establish new practices based on this massive foundation. Instills confidence so student can contribute, lead, monitor or manage any systems effort.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 690 Systems Engineering Analysis II 3.0 Credits

This course is a crossover course for Engineering Management majors and Systems Engineering majors. The course focuses on a combination of deterministic and stochastic quantitative techniques and tools used for systems analysis, engineering analysis, and managerial analysis. Associated topics will be Probability Theory to support Decision Analysis, Pareto Trade Off Models, Analytical Hierarchy Process, Inventory Management & Control Operations, Waiting Line Models and Simulation & Modeling techniques. Emphasis will be placed on spreadsheet modeling and Monte Carlo simulation. The primary focus will be on utilizing excel based models and tools to support quantitative systems analysis.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 572 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 573 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 692 Engineering Management Capstone 3.0 Credits

Uses the case method to provide a thorough study of engineering management and administrative procedures in recognizing and solving engineering problems. Emphasizes strategic planning and policy decisions that affect the image and success of the whole organization in its domestic and global environments.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EGMT 501 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 502 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 531 [Min Grade: C] and EGMT 535 [Min Grade: C]

EGMT 699 Independent Study 0.5-9.0 Credits

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

EGMT 799 Research 0.5-20.0 Credits

Involves the selection and solution of a problem in the field of engineering management. Expects students to conduct independent research and demonstrate the ability to employ one or more of the managerial tools to which they were exposed. Emphasizes the composition and organization of the paper, the logical development of a solution to the problem, and the contribution of the solution to knowledge.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EGMT 898 Master's Thesis 0.5-20.0 Credits

Involves the study and investigation of a research or development problem in the area of the student's major elective. Requires the problem to be reported in a dissertation under the direction of a faculty adviser. No credit will be granted until thesis is completed and approved.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Engineering Management Faculty

James Breen, MBA, PE (Drexel University). Adjunct Instructor. Vice President of Manufacturing Network Strategy at Johnson & Johnson.
James C. Deiner, MBA (Cornell University). Adjunct Professor. Expert in IT projects in the pharmaceutical, logistics and financial services industries.
Thomas Edwards, MBA, MS (Villanova University). Adjunct Professor. Expertise in product and technology development.
Kevin Gazzara, DM (University of Phoenix). Adjunct Professor. Senior Partner in Magna Leadership Solutions LLC.
Richard Grandrino, MBA (Drexel University). Teaching Faculty. Program Manager for advanced logistics operations at Lockheed Martin, MS2.
James Lill, MS, PE (Drexel University). Adjunct Instructor. Director of Facilities, Planning and Management for the Downingtown Area School District.
Carol Mablekos, PhD (Purdue University). Adjunct Instructor. Public speaking, technical writing, organizational behavior, and business writing courses.
Milena McCall, PhD (New York University). Adjunct Instructor. Managerial communications.
Miray Pereira, MBA (Rutgers University). Adjunct Professor. Manages a team of consultants responsible for development, facilitation and implementation of fundamental demand management systems and capabilities for DuPont, most recently with the DuPont Safety & Protection Platform in strategic planning, mergers & acquisitions.
Don Pippins, BS (Georgia Institute of Technology). Adjunct Instructor.
Fredric Plotnick, PhD, JD, PE (Drexel University; Widener University). Adjunct Professor. CEO and principal consultant of Engineering & Property Management Consultants, Inc.
Curtis Pontz, LLB (Temple University). Adjunct Professor. Expertise in corporate compliance and business ethics.
Dave Reifschneider, BS (University of Delaware) Assistant Director, Enrollment Management, College of Engineering. Adjunct Instructor. Creating strategic customer relationships and commercializing new products.
Stephen Smith, PhD (Drexel University). Associate Teaching Professor. Development of online learning and distance teaching/learning techniques for engineering.
Fernando Tovia, PhD (University of Arkansas). Adjunct Instructor. Core quantitative analysis,strategic planning, supply chain management and manufacturing systems.

Interdepartmental Faculty

Robert Brehm, PhD, PE, FASCE (Drexel University). Associate Teaching Professor. International infrastructure delivery; response to natural catastrophes; risk assessment and mitigation strategies; project management techniques.
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