The OEM Program

The University of Florida offers an Engineering Management master’s degree program in an outreach format for full-time working professionals. The Outreach Engineering Management master’s degree program (OEM) is a joint endeavor between the College of Engineering and the MBA Program. OEM students earn an MS degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering (Engineering Management track). For many students, this is a solution to the problem of whether to get a technical master’s degree or an MBA, and a concurrent degree option is available for students who want both degrees.

The next program begins in August with classes in Orlando. Apply now.

ufracThe UF Research & Academic Center in Lake Nona’s Medical City; current OEM class meeting site.

OEM: an engineering master’s degree program for fast-paced lives.

  • Get a master’s degree without a career interruption.
  • Balance work and family life with graduate school.
  • Acquire advanced engineering & management skills for your job.

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How OEM Works.

  • Classes meet only one weekend per month (8am-5pm Saturday & Sunday).
  • It takes 20 months to complete.
  • The next program is in Orlando.
  • You’ll take five engineering courses and five MBA courses.
  • You’ll earn a Master of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering.
  • UF faculty travel from campus to teach.
  • You’ll submit assignments between classes, but all lectures are face to face.
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