Is a Masters in Engineering Management considered to be a good degree?Does it have scope?
Asked by Raveena Tomar about 2 years ago
Well it depends. How do you want to proceed with your career? Like, for engineering specialization it would be a slightly different way. But if you look at the management field, it is quite better than people think. Get this, Engineering Management is the highest paid profession in engineering. But the fact is good from a management perspective only.
Let me try to explain it more simply. The degree is good, no question about that. But from a personal perspective of an engineering student, it is not the idle option, not even close. If you are not infused with the management sector, then straight no. The profession does involve managing engineering roles and projects. But the job is management-oriented, the specialization is both engineering and management. It's not news that management is involved in every sector. You just need to see what's more important. Did it help?
The programs are designed to develop a complete set of managerial skills. And you do not even need extensive work experience for admission. In many cases, no work experience at all. So, you follow your interests, with no problems in admission and you get an extensive career. I believe it counts as a good degree, right?
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