7:15-8pm Alumni Panel and Q&A
The UF Outreach Engineering Management (OEM) Program is an Engineering Management master’s degree program that is offered in Orlando for full-time working professionals. Students meet only one weekend per month for 20 months, taking five engineering and five business courses. The next program begins in August and awards an MS degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering (Engineering Management track). UF faculty travel from campus in Gainesville to teach. For many students, OEM is a solution to the problem of whether to get a technical master’s degree or an MBA. Students who want to get both degrees can do so by taking advantage of a concurrent degree option which requires as few as 8 additional months of study (28 months total).
If you would like to learn more about OEM, we invite you to join us at the presentation. For more details or to be added to the OEM email distribution list, contact us. The OEM web site (www.ise.ufl.edu/oem) includes course descriptions, information about fees, and complete application materials and instructions.
Why attend this session?
- To learn how the program works, including admissions requirements, the curriculum, costs, student profile information, and program benefits.
- To hear from our graduate panel about their experiences in the program, factors they considered when selecting a degree program, and more about what you can expect if you enroll.
- To connect with potential classmates from the Orlando area who will be enrolling in this year’s program.
- To network with other area professionals. This event is being held in partnership with Central Florida chapter of SWE.
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