MEM is an independent academic program that belongs to both the School of Engineering and the School of Business. The students majoring in MEM graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree conferred by both the School of Engineering and the School of Business.

Careers

MEM graduates have immense flexibility to work as practicing engineers or to focus more on the business side. Companies find MEM graduates to be well-rounded engineers that see the “big picture” due to their unique curriculum. Our graduates are very successful in getting coveted internships and “Leadership Development Program” positions at major companies that introduce them to multiple facets of the business, preparing them for a “fast track” to promotion. Due to this, MEM graduates tend to secure higher starting salaries than their peers who pursue other engineering and business majors.

Some of the careers MEM graduates have include:
• design engineers
• new product engineers
• manufacturing engineers
• industrial engineers
• process engineers
• quality control engineers
• project/program managers
• supply chain managers
• logistics & operations managers

Last year, 94% of MEM graduates were either employed or attending graduate school within 6 months of graduation. Below are some of the companies that employ MEM grads. The companies in bold represent some of the companies that the class of 2017 went to work for.

Accenture
Amazon
Apple
BAE Systems
BMW
Boeing
Callaway Golf
Cognizant
Danaher – Jacobs Vehicle Systems
Epic
Fidelity
Franklin Products
Frito-Lay
Gems Sensors
GE (General Electric)
Habco Industries, LLC
Hallmark Cards
Henkel
i2Systems
Legrand
Mitre
Okay Systems
PepsiCo
Pratt and Whitney
Quest Global Services
Sensata
Sikorsky Aircraft
Spirol International Corp
Stacy’s Pita Chips
Stanley Black & Decker
Unilever
UTC Aerospace Systems