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.

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Can’t Choose Between Engineering and Business?
You don’t have to!

MEM offers the best of both! Management and Engineering for Manufacturing is a unique program in which students graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree conferred by both the School of Engineering and School of Business.

 

Management and Engineering for Manufacturing Program Courses

MEM students take a rigorous course load comprised of engineering courses and business courses. Students are exposed to mechanical, electrical, civil, and material science engineering courses as well as business courses including marketing, finance, project management, and accounting. In addition, students take MEM courses, which combines manufacturing engineering and business, and capstones with a Senior Design program.

MEM Brochure (pdf)

 

Virtual Open House (Info Coming Soon)

to register or email MEM Program Assistant, Sharon Mariotti (sharon.mariotti@uconn.edu) to schedule your attendance at one of these upcoming virtual open houses.

 

A Word from some of our MEM Students

Abby Gosselin, Class of 2020

“I chose MEM because it presented a lot of interesting opportunities in both business and engineering. I’ve found that having a background in both these disciplines has made me a more competitive job candidate, as well as more well-rounded and knowledgeable in the classroom and workforce.

I’ve had two internships with Pratt and Whitney and I will be joining the Raytheon Technologies (formerly UTC) Operations Leadership Program in June where I will complete three 8-month rotations in different locations and roles throughout their business units. I have been an undergraduate teaching assistant for MEM 1151 for the past 4 semesters which has allowed me to develop connections with students and professors.”