Master of Global Engineering Leadership

College of Engineering, John Glenn College of Public Affairs, Fisher College of Business
Enhance your technical skills, grow as a leader. 

The Master of Global Engineering Leadership is a professional degree for practicing engineers who want to increase their management acumen and leadership skills along with their technical expertise.  The curriculum includes course work in business leadership, public policy, ethics, accounting, and a strong technical focus through the choice of a specialization track. Students practice new professional and technical skills to complete a culminating project. The degree is delivered completely online and can be completed in 12 - 28 months or longer.

If you're interested in a program with a more specific management focus, consider the online Master of Engineering Management, which includes interdisciplinary coursework in business, leadership and public affairs.

Campus Requirements: 
NONE — 100% Online
Time to Completion: 
1-2 years (on average)
Raejean Johnson
Raejean Johnson
Global Engineering Leadership Student
"I have gained useful knowledge that is proving helpful in securing a position as an engineering leader in my company."

Program Tracks

  • Automotive Systems Engineering
  • Welding Engineering
  • Radar Systems
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Enterprise Services and Architecture
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Custom Track

Sample Courses

CSE 5231

Enterprise Software Engineering

Principles of design, implementation, validation, and management of computer software; emphasis on reading and discussing papers from relevant journals and proceedings; industry best practices such as ITIL. Term project required. The specific focus will be on the engineering of enterprise software systems.
Program Track: 
Enterprise Services and Architectures Track
ME 7236

Powertrain Dynamics

Overview of dynamics and control of automotive powertrain systems. Emphasis on subsystem interactions. Analytical and numerical methods for dynamics of gas exchange, fueling, combustion and exhaust, and mechanical engine and transmission systems.
Program Track: 
Automotive Systems Engineering Track
WE 7101

Welding Metallurgy I

Application of physical metallurgy principles to non-equilibrium thermo- mechanical conditions associated with welding in structural alloys and focus on carbon steels.
Program Track: 
Materials Joining Track
ENGR 6210

Leadership and Team Effectiveness

Leadership and Team Effectiveness is fundamentally the product of the appropriate application of leadership and management at the group or team level. As such, it is about the student's ability to get things accomplished successfully with others regardless of their position or authority or geographic locations of team members.

Featured Faculty

Jeffrey Ford
Professor Emeritus of Management and Human Resources
Avraham Benatar
Associate Professor
Giorgio Rizzoni
Mechanical & Aerospace Engr, Ford Motor Company Chair

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