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Master's degree

Master of Engineering Management

30 November 2023

With UC's fully online Master of Engineering Management (MEM) you gain specialised knowledge in engineering management and critical awareness of issues in the field.


Master of Engineering Management

Degree Structure - Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time


Master of Engineering Management

Degree Structure - Start In
February and July




2024 tuition fees estimate per 180 points:

  • Domestic — $14,358
  • International — $52,500


Master of Engineering Management


Master of Engineering Management (MEM) graduates apply integrated engineering and business knowledge in a technical environment.

You will gain specialised knowledge in engineering management, and have critical awareness of current and emerging issues relating to engineering management in Aotearoa New Zealand and globally.

With communication, planning, interpersonal, management, and leadership skills, you will be able to collaborate with people across multiple disciplines.

The degree is offered fully online through Tuihono UC | UC Online.

Master of Engineering Management

Why study a Master of Engineering Management at UC?

  • UC's MEM programme is designed to meet the needs for engineering managers in Aotearoa New Zealand.
  • There is a strong focus on project management, stakeholder engagement, and sustainability.
  • The programme offers flexibility through online study, close connections with industry, and the ability to apply integrated technical and business skills in an industry-based project.

Find out more and submit your application with Tuihono UC | UC Online.

Master of Engineering Management

Career opportunities

MEM graduates have integrated technical and business skills, real-world project experience, and are connected with industry professionals. You could find work in engineering firms, consultancies, product manufacturers, government ministries, or start your own business.

The MEM provides you with practical engineering management expertise, which will help you transition to management and leadership roles.


Useful information:

Master of Engineering Management

How do I plan my degree?

The Master of Engineering Management is made up of 180 points of coursework. This consists of eight compulsory courses (120 points), a compulsory project course (45 points), and one elective course (15 points).

Study can begin in February or July, and will take 1.5 years full-time, or 3 years part-time.

The degree is offered fully online – see Tuihono UC | UC Online for all information on courses, start dates, and applications.

For full requirements, see the Regulations for the Master of Engineering Management.

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