Master of Engineering Management

Coupled with courses from our exemplary business program, the MEM will provide you with the business acumen you need to lead program management units in aerospace, energy, engineering or technology fields.



LeTourneau University's 30-credit hour Master of Engineering Management prepares engineering and technology professionals to manage and oversee technical and engineering staff. Students gain the technical expertise and hands-on experience needed to be exemplary and effective leaders in industry.

LETU's MEM program is offered in a flexible online format with 6 starting dates per year. Core coursework provides fundamental management and leadership instruction in managerial business courses, leadership, project management and systems analysis.



Founded by world-famous inventor and engineer R.G. LeTourneau, LETU's engineering program carries a substantial reputation and a legacy of excellence.

Coupled with courses from LETU's exemplary business program, LETU's Master of Engineering Management will provide you with the business acumen you need to lead program management units in aerospace, energy, engineering or technology fields.

But beyond our history of academic excellence, LETU is committed to training Christ-like leaders who manage their workplace with ingenuity, integrity and merit.



According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, engineering managers earn an average annual salary of over $115,000, with even higher salaries in the oil and gas industry.

The strong economic climate of Texas, the state's robust oil and gas industry and the growth in technology and engineering firms provide tremendous career potential for graduates of the Engineering Management program.

As a graduate, you will be professionally competent in these five skills:

  • Business Skills: Propose innovative product and service solutions based on business model thinking and financial analysis.
  • Systemic Skills: Analyze complex problems based on engineering knowledge in the face of change.
  • Project Skills: Use management principles to organize diverse teams to plan, implement and control technical projects.
  • Interpersonal Skills: Use Christian principles of service to empower others in workplace relationships.
  • Professional Skills: Demonstrate professional competencies in a specialty area related to engineering management.

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Dr. Byron Lichtenberg

Professor of Engineering, Master of Engineering Management Program Coordinator

Former NASA Payload Specialist
Founder, X Prize Foundation
Founder & Chief Technology Officer, Zero Gravity Corporation

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