Federally Chartered Degree Awarding Institute Recognized by HEC

Master of Science in Engineering Management
( MS EM )

This unique program combines several modules from traditional business & management program with courses bringing the latest techniques and concepts in ‘Engineering Management’ including but not limited to Project Management, Decision Making, Engineering Optimization and Management for Technical Organizations.

The mix of management, engineering and technical concepts focused in this Program are meant to prepare working professionals to thrive in the increasingly complex managerial environment of today's technology-based organizations.

This thirty credit hour graduate program is conducted in the evening and has specifically been designed to accommodate working engineers and technical professionals, who are seeking to advance to positions of a greater managerial and technical responsibility. It is purposely designed to benefit top executives such as CEOs, MDs, and DGs, Production/Operation Managers, GMs, Technocrats, Manufacturers, Consultants, Entrepreneurs, Engineers, Technological Experts, Scientists and Technical Managers.

Eligibility Criteria
  1. Qualification: BSc/BE in any Engineering Discipline (sixteen years of schooling or 4 year education after FSc, recognized by PEC and HEC.
  2. CGPA / % Percentage: Minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or 55% Marks
  3. Test and Interview: GAT (Gen)/GRE (General) passed with minimum 50% marks or SS CASE IT test as per GRE pattern (50% minimum passing marks) required for the admission in MSc Engineering Management.
  4. All candidates must complete any other requirement of HEC and SS-CASE-IT for admission.
Program Duration
  • Minimum: 1.5 years (3 semesters)
  • Maximum: 3.5 years (extendable to 6 month) (Total 4 Years)
Category Credit Requirement
(With Thesis Option)
Credit Requirement
(With Non- Thesis Option)
Core Courses 15 15
Optional Courses 09 15
Postgraduate Research Thesis 06 0
Total Hours Required 30 30
Degree Requirements with Thesis Option
  • Completion of course work with minimum 2.5 CGPA.
  • Qualifying MSc Thesis Proposal Defense.
  • Successful MSc Final Defense of thesis written in the prescribed format.
Degree Requirements with Non-Thesis Option
  • Completion of 30 credits hours of course work with minimum 2.5 CGPA.
List of Courses & Course Outline:
(All courses other than research thesis carry 3 credit hours; Research Thesis carries 6 credit hours)
Core Courses
  • EM-6101 Quantitative Decision Making & Problem Solving
  • EM-6102 Human Resource Management
  • EM-6103 Advanced Project Management
  • EM-6104 Financial Management
  • EM-6105 Marketing Management
Optional Courses
  • EM-6106 Research Methodology and Design of Experiments
  • EM-6107 Total Quality Management
  • EM-6108 Engineering Economic Decision Analysis
  • EM-6109 Energy Resources Management & Utilization
  • EM-6110 Production and Operation Management
  • EM-6111 Entrepreneurship and Innovations for Engineers
  • EM-6112 Reliability and Maintenance Management
  • EM-6113 Manufacturing Strategy
  • EM-6114 Telecom Business Management
  • EM-6115 E-Commerce Tools Productivity
  • EM-6116 Knowledge Management
  • EM-6117 System Safety Engineering
  • EM-6118 Environmental Engineering Management
  • EM-6119 Global Supply Chain Management
  • EM-6120 Logistics Management
  • EM-6121 Engineering Business Law
  • EM-6122 Technology Management
  • EM-6123 Strategic Management
  • EM-6999 Postgraduate Research Thesis (Compulsory)
**Policy for Registration in PhD Courses
    MSc students may register in PhD. EM courses with the written endorsement of his/her Supervisor as an optional subject.
Note: Students can take these courses subject to department guidelines issued every semester within timetable.