Preparing tomorrow’s leaders in engineering

Are you a natural born leader with a knack for solving complex problems?

Then a degree in engineering management or systems engineering might be right for you. Both programs are extremely interdisciplinary, and require a wide range of communicational, organizational and technical skills.


Engineering Management

Join the oldest and most storied engineering management program in the country. 

This program prepares students for leadership roles in engineering, business and education, balancing engineering preparation with a complementary education in business and management methods.

Systems Engineering

Enroll in one of the best systems engineering graduate programs in the world.

This program trains graduate students to look at engineering systems as a whole, and take an interdisciplinary, top-down, interactive approach to those systems.

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Emerging engineering leaders

Connor Wolk, senior

Building a case for business

Connor Wolk’s favorite TV show is “Shark Tank,” a reality program that gives would-be entrepreneurs a shot at pitching their business ideas to a panel of billionaires — the “sharks” who could turn dreams into deals.

“I watch every episode,” says Wolk, a senior double major in mechanical engineering and engineering management from Chesterfield, Mo. “It’s always cool to see the different approaches to entrepreneurship.”

Wolk may not be quite ready to jump into the Shark Tank. But just a few months after starting his own business, Dual Cases LLC, he has waded into shallower waters of the startup financing world. [Read more]