The Master of Science in Engineering Management program is a challenging and rewarding way of study for a higher degree. Graduates of the Master of Science in Engineering Management program will be able to fulfill the following:

  1. Establish in-depth proficiency in engineering management fields relevant to industrial Organizations.
  2. Develop competitive skills in problem solving techniques, interdisciplinary teamwork and critical analysis of engineering management problems.
  3. Provide engineering professionals with engineering management foundation supporting continuous lifelong learning.
  4. Give students the knowledge to measure and evaluate technical, business, and human performance processes in engineering environments.
  5. Establish a solid foundation in engineering management and engineering business practices.
  6. Perform data analysis and optimization for decision making.

By the time a student completes the requirements for the Master of Science in Engineering Management program, the student will be:

  1. Able to appropriately determine and apply the Engineering Management improvement tools and techniques necessary to solve any problem related to Engineering Management Discipline.
  2. Able to explore the theories and techniques in Engineering Management to solve industrial and Engineering Management related decisions.
  3. Able to determine the engineering management variables of interest and processes to manage engineering alternatives.
  4. Able to assess the economic, social and environmental requirements, needs and constraints of the system and its impact on the society.
  5. Able to manage and administer large technical engineering projects, budgets and existing setups effectively.
  6. Able to use computational tools and management software and theories for finding analytical solutions to problems necessary for the practice of engineering management.
  7. Able to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in the solution of Engineering Management problems.
  8. Able to function on multidisciplinary teams.
  9. Able to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
The candidate applied for the M.Sc. in Engineering Management should:

  1. Hold a B. Sc. in Engineering or equivalent from the University of Bahrain or any other recognized university.
  2. Have a GPA not below (2.67) of (4.0) or its equivalent in other systems of assessment.
  3. Pass the personal interview to be held at the department.
  4. Submit two letters of recommendation from two staff members from the university they graduated from.
  5. Pass the department's written examination to verify their academic standing.
  6. Have obtained the TOEFL certificate or its equivalent as specified by the university council, or pass two preliminary courses in English Language to be specified by the department offering programs in Arabic; failure to pass these two courses results in student's admission rejection.