Master of Engineering Management

The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) is a professional degree program offered by Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth in conjunction with Tuck School of Business. Small classes taught by faculty from both schools and a high faculty-to-student ratio foster a class spirit and create a stimulating intellectual environment. As an integral part of Dartmouth College and its heritage, the 25-year old MEM degree combines valued tradition with innovation.

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The mission of Dartmouth's MEM degree is to develop managers who understand both the engineering and business aspects of technology. A recent study of program alumni reveals that MEM graduates consistently perform within the top 20% of their peer group and often rise faster to leadership positions.

Dartmouth MEM '13s Melissa Murphy, Sarah Laird, and Boyu Zhang collaborate in Thayer School's MEM study space.

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Why the Dartmouth MEM?

Value of the MEM Degree

Dartmouth’s MEM was recognized by the National Academy of Engineering’s 2014 Bernard M. Gordon Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education.

Salary statistics reveal that upon graduation, a Dartmouth MEM degree holder commands, on average, a starting salary 36% higher than a holder of a BS degree in engineering, and this difference increases with the number of years past graduation. Ten years out, the Dartmouth MEM degree holder enjoys a compensation that rivals or exceeds that of an MBA degree holder with the same seniority. (Source: Businessweek)

More than 90% of students are inclined to recommend the MEM program to a close friend.

Financial aid is available, based on need and merit.

MEM Programs Consortium

Thayer School is one of the leading institutions and a founding member of the Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC). The MEMPC is a small group of highly recognized professional graduate engineering management programs (currently including Duke, Northwestern, MIT, Stanford, Cornell, and University of Southern California) that are working to share best practices and curricular innovations, to raise awareness of the MEM degree among prospective students and industry, and to foster a national network of MEM alumni and faculty. Find out more at the MEMPC website.

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