Weatherhead students explore business in Chile
Twenty-eight full-time MBA, part-time MBA, master's of engineering and management, and law students traveled March 6-11 to experience the entrepreneurial environment of Chile.
A standing desk for kids to help change our sitting culture
Mathias Ellegiers, MEM '14, is co-founder of Jaswig, a company that designed a standing desk for kids.
The Master of Engineering and Management (MEM) degree is offered through an innovative collaboration between the Case School of Engineering and the Weatherhead School of Management. The one-year, 14-course business engineering master’s program builds on the technical and analytical skills you gained through your undergraduate engineering degree and provides a real-world framework for applying them along with master’s level business management tools. Individualized coaching emphasizes self-assessment and emotional intelligence. Interdisciplinary team projects enhance the people skills you’ll need as a business leader today. The MEM program positions you to become more productive faster—and accelerate your career.
Learn more about the master’s in engineering management curriculum, and find MEM degree admission information, such as application requirements, deadlines, and program start dates.