Discover Engineering Management

University of the Pacific’s engineering management program prepares students for leadership roles in today’s global workforce as engineers, managers and educators. Program graduates are prepared to pursue advanced-level studies or enter professional practice in a wide array of different industries, positions and projects.

The engineering management program is designed to provide students flexibility while providing a curriculum that integrates project and system engineering courses with courses within concentration areas; such as, civil or mechanical engineering. Alongside a faculty advisor, students develop a plan of study based on their goals. With 30% of the curriculum being electives, this major is a gateway to many career paths and opportunities. 

The Engineering Management program is accredited by ABET.

Earn While You Learn

As part of the engineering management program, students complete a two academic term, paid CO-OP working in industry and earn an average of $3,700 a month. These professional experiences give students a competitive edge in the engineering job market after graduation. 

Engineering management students have completed CO-OPs in the public and private sectors, including:

  •  BKF Engineers
  • Constellation Brands
  • Delicato Family Vineyards
  • G3 Enterprises
  • Granite Construction
  • Holt of California
  • Niagra
  • West Yost Associates

Exceptional Professional Outlook

After graduation, engineering management students have found careers as project managers, financial engineers, security technologists, operations engineers, field service engineers, executives, business owners and entrepreneurs. Recent graduates of our program have gone on to work at:

  • Accenture
  • Caltrans
  • Collins Electric
  • Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc.
  • Knife River
  • PepsiCo
  • Siemens
  • Underwriter Laboratories

A Master's Degree In Half The Time

Students enrolled in the engineering management program may also concurrently pursue a Master of Science in Engineering Science (MSES) degree. This blended program allows students to complete their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in as little as five years.

Engineering Management Objectives
The Engineering Management Program at the University of the Pacific seeks to graduate engineers ready to enter professional practice or pursue graduate level studies. The objectives of the Engineering Management Program are to graduate engineers that:

  • Are ready to enter professional practice or pursue graduate level studies
  • Use engineering knowledge as a base for solving problems requiring business and analytical skills
  • Are able to work in a wide array of different industries, positions and projects
  • Seek continual professional development and lifelong learning


Student Outcomes
Graduates of the Engineering Management Program will demonstrate:

(a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
(b) an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
(c) an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
(d) an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
(e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
(f) an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
(g) an ability to communicate effectively
(h) the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
(i) a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
(j) a knowledge of contemporary issues
(k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice


Engineering Management Undergraduate Enrollment and Degrees Awarded

Academic Year Enrollment Awarded Degrees
Fall 2018 25 --
2017-2018 32 10
2016-2017 39 14
2015-2016 50 20
2014-2015 51 12
2013-2014 39 10

The bachelor's in engineering management requires students to take 120 units of academic work and 32 units of cooperative education. Students typically take four to five years to complete their degree. The required units to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering management are listed below:

Math and Science

33 Units

General Education

24 Units

Engineering Science

13 Units

Engineering Management

31 Units

Engineering Discipline

27 Units

The 2020-21 SOECS-Specific Scholarship Application Period opens January 31, 2021 and closes April 1, 2021.

HOW TO APPLY

  • Visit https://pacific.academicworks.com
  • Sign in using your Pacific Net ID and Password
  • Complete the General Application
  • Complete the Conditional SOECS Application
  • Choose "Apply" for any recommended scholarship opportunities based on your responses and academic profile.  Please read the scholarship criteria carefully to confirm that you are qualified BEFORE you apply.
  • You will need to upload an unoffical transcript.

ANY ENGINEERING OR COMPUTER SCIENCE MAJOR

Name of Scholarship Qualification Criteria
Maryam H. Dashti Endowed Scholarship                                                                                                                                                                 Merit Based; first preference for student from Kuwait; second preference for student from Gulf States Region; third preference for international student
B.G. Glenn A Goddard Veteran's Endowed Scholarship Merit Based, currently serving in a military reserve program, honorably discharged veteran, or participant in ROTC program.
Robert L. Heyborne Endowed Scholarship Merit Based, full-time undergraduate student, minimum 3.0 GPA, Junior/Senior standing preferred
George and Sue Schroeder Endowed Scholarship Undergraduate School of Engineering & Computer Science student, Minimum 3.2 GPA
Paul M. Sensibaugh Engineering Endowed Scholarship Merit Based, preference for students who have graduated or transferred from San Joaquin County Schools
Louise Stark Endowed Scholarship for Women Engineers Need Based, Undergraduate Female, Good Academic Standing, minimum 2.5 GPA

 

ANY ENGINEERING MAJOR
 

Name of Scholarship Qualification Criteria
Hamma Fund Scholar (administered by Dean's Office)                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Merit Based, last two semesters of Undergrad Program with goal of enrolling in Master's Program at Pacific, Member of Tau Beta Pi (Award covers 1 fiscal year of graduate school, including books)
Minority Engineering Endowed Scholarship Need Based, Preference for African American or other underrepresented ethnicity
Edward E. Whitacre, Jr. Endowed Scholarship Need Based, full-time Engineering major, minimum 3.0 GPA

 

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT MAJORS ONLY

Name of Scholarship Qualification Criteria
Beavers Charitable Trust/Kannon Family Heavy Construction Endowed Scholarship                                                                  Need Based, Civil/Eng. Mgmt. Student, Junior/Senior/Graduate Status, U.S. Citizen, Career Goal in Heavy Construction Industry; Co-op with Heavy Civil Contractor preferred
Civil Engineering and Engineering Management Scholarship                                                                                                                                                                     Need Based, preference to second-year student, Minimum 2.50 GPA, strong academic record or significant service contributions preferred            
Teichert Foundation Endowed Engineering Scholarship Need Based, preference for Civil/EMGT (civil concentration), Junior/Senior standing, full or part time student, Minimum 3.0 GPA 

 

Stella Rakhlina portrait.
Class of 2019
Stella Rakhlina

Engineering Management is a good combo of engineering and technical skills with management and people skills, which is what is needed in new industries right now.

We Are Engineering Managers

Contact Us

Engineering students with Professor
School of Engineering and Computer Science
209.946.3061 afernandez@pacific.edu

School of Engineering and Computer Science
Chambers 226
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211