Students will be provided the opportunity to study the engineering relationships between the management tasks of planning, organization, leadership, control, and the human element in production, research, and service organizations. Other subjects studied deal with the stochastic nature of management systems and will also prepare graduates to integrate management systems into a series of different technological environments. Graduates are qualified for employment in a wide range of managing engineering projects, these include but are not limited to the oil, gas and coal extraction industry, scientific research and development services, and the management of companies and enterprises. Positions for which graduates qualify may be found with architecture, engineering and related services, navigational, measuring, electro-medical, and control instruments manufacturing, electric utilities, electrical and mechanical equipment manufacturers, mining companies, manufacturing companies, and other industries where engineering managers are needed.
Why choose West Virginia for your U.S. Education? Brochure
Clark Egnor, Ed.D.
Coordinator of International Programs
West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (WVHEPC)
Office of Academic Affairs
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Charleston, WV 25301 U.S.A.