UAB Masters Degree in Engineering, M.Eng.
Information Engineering & Management (IEM)
"Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it."
At IEM, leaders are not created, they are revealed.
Who is IEM:
It stands for Information Engineering and Management. We are an Executive Masters Degree for savvy technology professionals.
What does a masters in Information Engineering and Management offer:
Our Executive Masters Degree program is designed to help technology professionals reach the goals they have for themselves. In reaching success on your terms, we offer education in the following areas:
a) learning to manage technical projects,
b) how to align technical projects and divisions to the mission of the whole organization,
c) starting technology ventures.
What you can expect from IEM:
Relevant industry experience must be demonstrated at time of application to the masters of engineering program. All undergraduate degrees will be considered, but preference is given to technology, math, science, and engineering degrees.
What is the course structure for the UAB Information Engineering and Management masters program:
We expect you to work hard, but we recognize you have a life outside of your studies. Therefore, our masters degree is offered in a blended format. All clients participate online, and local clients meet one weekend a month for 20 months. With this blended format, you can attend classes as your schedule permits or complete the IEM masters program completely online.
Have fun looking around! Go ahead, discover IEM. Would you like more information about IEM? Contact us using this form and someone from our friendly administrative staff will be back with you shortly.
UAB is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award degrees at the baccalaureate, master’s, specialist’s, and doctoral levels.
This degree is not ABET-accredited. Students completing this program are not eligible to take the FE exam in the State of Alabama unless they also have an engineering degree from an ABET accredited program which meets state licensure requirements.