Engineering Management

Engineering management offers an interdisciplinary program that integrates engineering, business, the sciences, mathematics, and liberal arts.  Students majoring in Engineering Management will graduate with a BS in Engineering from the College of Engineering and Computing.   

The Chemical, Paper, and Biomedical Department offers two different focus areas of Engineering Management:

  1. Paper Science and Engineering - applies engineering and economic principles to pulp and papermaking processes. Paper Science and Engineering Foundation scholarships are available beginning the first year for up to eight semesters for students who maintain a 3.0 grade point average. 

  2. Environmental Engineering - applies engineering and economic principles to environmental issues and cost-effective prevention and control of pollution.

For more general information on Engineering Management, visit our Engineering Management homepage through the College and Engineering and Computing website.