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Master of Engineering in Engineering Management
MEEM
Face-to-face postgraduate programme (full-time or part-time)

Programme description


The courses in the programme will be taught through a face-to-face mode. Full-time students can complete the programme in one year. Part-time students can complete the programme in two years. A student has to complete this programme within six years of first enrolling in the programme.

Programme-specific entry requirement:
A Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Sciences. Admission to the M.Eng. programmes is on a competitive basis.

On completion of the programme, students are equipped with comprehensive knowledge and know-how to manage an engineering organization, development projects and to deploy technology to an engineering project.

Graduates can embark on a career as a technical manager in an engineering organization.

Students pursuing this programme must successfully complete 60 credits* as follows:

(a) 20 credits of a compulsory course:
  ENGG S826F Engineering Management, Engineering Project Management and Development (20)
     
(b) 20 credits of specialization:
  ENGG S837F Systems Engineering (10)
  ENGG S838F Innovation and Technology Management (10)
  ENGG S852F Building Planning and Construction (10)
  ENGG S853F
Building Services Management (10)
     
(c) additional 20 credits, from (b) above, or from the following:
  ENGG S801F Engineering Management Project Course (20)
  ENVR S890F Energy Management and Audits (20)
  ENVR S892F Environmental Engineering and Design (20)

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Planning note:
Students can take courses in any order without any restriction, except that the project course ENGG S801F, if chosen, should be taken as the last course in the programme.

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* The credit value is given in brackets at the end of the course title.