University of Vermont

CEMS Engineering Management Major

Engineering Management

Alumni with degrees in Engineering Management pursue a wide variety of careers, both directly and indirectly related to their course of study. This is a representative sample of job titles from recent UVM alumni who majored in Engineering Management.

Job Title

Career Industry

Aircraft Mechanic State Government
Director of Sales Technology
Director of Sales & Business Development Alternative Energy
Energy Engineer Alternative Energy
Lithography Engineer Technology
Network Engineer Financial Services
Project Manager Mechanical Engineer
Proposal Specialist Marketing
Senior Manager Food Service
Solution Leader of Asset Optimization Technology

Recent Employers

Brown & Caldwell IBM
Kellogg Company Keurig Green Mountain
IBM Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.
State of Vermont Trane, Inc.
Vermont Energy Investment Corporation

Transferable Skills

In addition to the specialized material you study in your major, you will also gain useful transferable skills. Remember: it is essential to be able to articulate the skills you have gained.

Examples of transferable skills fostered while majoring in Engineering Management:

Critical Thinking Skills

Leadership and Administration Skills

Communication Skills

Good judgment
Makes appropriate decisions to solve problems creatively
Applies logical reasoning to reason through problems

Works well under pressure
Ability to lead groups of people and give clear instructions
Builds and leads teams effectively

Ability to write and speak clearly and concisely to technical and non-technical audiences
Communicates ideas and concepts to others

Research and Investigation Skills

Design and Planning Skills

Information Management Skills

Conduct experiments
Test and develop solutions to open ended problems

Designs, develops, and coordinates research activities
Analyze and design mechanical components, systems, and processes

Experience with production modeling and computer simulation
Organizes people, materials, and activities

Interpersonal Skills

Skills and Assessing Values

Specialized Skills

Inspires productivity from teammates and colleagues
Works on in a group collaboratively to brainstorm solutions

Comprehends ethical responsibilities
Works with diverse populations
Assesses the needs of different communities

Understands organizational development, policy, strategy, and structure
Understands engineering principles

To learn more about majoring in Engineering Management at UVM go to: http://www.uvm.edu/~cems/soe/?Page=undergrad/interdisciplinary.php&SM=undergrad/_undergradmenu.html#engmgmnt

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