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  • A group of students with a mix of both women and men, from a variety of ethnic backgrounds posing in Chile.  
  • MEM students in a large warehouse room filled with machinery. students are all smiling as the picture is taken from a vantage point.  
  • all of the summer class of 2017 on steps dressed business casual  

Celebrating 15 Years of Success

The CWRU MEM program was developed with input from industry leaders to meet their needs for technical talent with business acumen. It has a strong track record of kick-starting technical leadership careers.

More than 580 Master of Engineering and Management degrees have been awarded since the program began in 2003.

Top 4 Reasons Students Chose CWRU MEM

  1. Curriculum (1-year, 42-credit hour program)
  2. Internships (Aligned with background, paid experience)
  3. Industry-driven class projects (Team development)
  4. Joint degree: Case School of Engineering and Weatherhead School of Management

565 Employers Hired MEMs

  • 218 companies hired more than 1 MEM graduate
  • Wide array of industries
  • Multinational corporations to start-ups

Students from 58 Universities in 26 States

  • Duke, Carnegie Mellon, Purdue, Ohio Northern, Boston, Rensselaer, Johns Hopkins, Youngstown State, University of Akron, Auburn, Iowa State, University of Maine, University of Buffalo, University of Toledo, Miami University, Smith, University of Illinois, Ohio State, Cleveland State, Virginia Commonwealth, Temple among others

Students from 33 Universities in 13 Countries and Territories

  • Including Belgium, Canada, China, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Lebanon, Nigeria, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Taiwan, Japan, Turkey and Saudi Arabia

 Top 5 Advantages of MEM, as Cited by Alumni

  1. Higher starting salary
  2. Career acceleration
  3. Growth opportunities
  4. Team-building skills
  5. Broad professional and personal development