Engineering Management is a one-year master´s programme (equivalent to 75 credits), providing a tailor-made education in management for students with a degree in engineering. It is based on the current demand for employees who understand specific engineering professions and combine this with broad managerial knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Graduates from this programme are attractive on the job market thanks to their knowledge and understanding of engineering as well as management. You will qualify for a variety of positions and be especially equipped to take on project leadership and managerial positions in engineering-focused companies, which require abilities to integrate engineering practice with other business functions and communicating across the organization.
The programme offers a highly interactive learning experience. As a student you will work together with a diverse group of peers, joining the programme from various countries and having different engineering backgrounds. We have designed the programme to leverage your previous engineering expertise. Through practical projects and direct interaction with selected companies, you will develop in-depth understanding and lasting learning experiences. The combination of interaction with business, theoretical insight, and skills development ensures that this programme has practical relevance as well as academic depth.
Before joining fellow students and faculty on campus, you will take a pre-study course online that serves as an introduction to Business and Economics. The teaching on-site at Jönköping International Business School holds four modular courses (Foundations of Engineering Management; Leading with People; Boosting Innovation; Investigating and Reporting), each offering a set of interrelated subjects to capture the module’s theme. Specific focus is placed on fostering the participants’ ability to manage change and develop an entrepreneurial mindset. This mirrors JIBS’ extensive expertise and globally recognized research on entrepreneurship and renewal, as well as the demand on the job market. The programme closes with a master’s thesis and a summer internship.
All courses are taught in English. Jönköping International Business School offers a truly international study environment, with faculty and students from around the world. The international learning experience is built from our interactive teaching approach as well as course content.
After graduation, you will belong to this attractive group, eligible for positions related to project management and continuous change management, in engineering-focused companies of all sizes.
With double degrees – from engineering and management – you qualify for a variety of jobs, especially managerial roles that require an understanding of technical processes. Your forthcoming career can include leading roles in projects, departments, plants, or whole firms. Engineering Management will also facilitate those who seek to realize their own business idea.
Facts and requirements
Read more about our Admissions Requirements.
Total tuition fee: 150000 SEK
Tuition fees do NOT apply for EU/EEA citizens or exchange students
Half time option for practitioners
Although no prior work experience is required to enter the programme it is encouraged. For applicants already working in industrial and engineering sectors the programme can under certain circumstances be studied at half speed over two years as an alternative to one year full-time studies. In such case an individual study plan must be applied for upon acceptance to the programme. Please note that the programme still runs on campus during the day-time so even at half speed you would need to be present regularly and have a job that can offer enough flexibility during this period. For more information on this option contact the Programme Director, see this link. Opens in new window.
If you don't fulfil our language requirements, you can enter our Pathway Programme, designed to strengthen your English and academic skills. Read more.
Pre-study course: Introduction to Business 3 credits
Module 1: Foundations of Engineering Management 15 credits
Module 2: Leading with People 15 credits
Module 3: Boosting Innovation 15 credits
Module 4: Investigating and Reporting 19.5 credits
Internship in Engineering Management 5 credits