MEM students graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree conferred by both the School of Engineering and the School of Business.

Current UConn Student Applicants (2nd semester and Beyond)

Whether you are a current UConn engineering student, or a UConn student from different school or college (CLAS, CANHR, SBUSN, etc.), the process is the same. You will need to submit an on-line application using the Program Plan Change (PPC) system.

Admission to the Management and Engineering for Manufacturing Major

Students who apply to the Management and Engineering for Manufacturing (MEM) major with admission requirement coursework in transfer must apply through the School of Engineering at

Admission to the MEM major is competitive. To be considered for admission into the MEM major, the following requirements must be complete at time of your application:

⇒Be in good academic standing (not on probation or eligible for dismissal)
⇒Have earned 24 or more credit hours
⇒Have completed each of the following areas with no grades less than a C (no substitutions).

MATH 1131Q or
Both MATH 1120Q and 1121Q, or
Both MATH 1125Q and 1126Q.

⇒One of the following: CHEM 1127Q, CHEM 1147Q, PHYS 1501Q, or other lab science.

⇒One of the following: ACCT 2001, ECON 1200, ECON 1201, ECON 1202, STAT 1000Q, STAT 1100Q.

To be admitted to the MEM Program, students must have demonstrated academic success and the potential to maintain the strong cumulative GPA necessary to remain in the program.

Note: Incoming freshman students may be admitted into the MEM major by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at the time of enrollment at UConn, based on their credentials at the time of enrollment. Similarly, a first-semester freshman enrolled in the School of Business or the School of Engineering may freely transfer into the MEM program via, but only prior to the completion of the first semester. After the end of the first semester, all admissions to MEM are subject to the above restrictions.

Supplemental Academic Standards

After admission into the Management and Engineering for Manufacturing (MEM) program, students must maintain a high standard of scholastic achievement to continue in the major program. Any student having completed 24 or more credit hours must maintain a minimum 2.79 cumulative grade point average. A student failing to meet this standard is subject to dismissal from the program.

To submit your application for admission to MEM, please go to this page: