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Doctor of Engineering in Engineering Management

GW’s Online Doctor of Engineering (D.Eng.) degree with a field of study in Engineering Management is designed for practitioners who wish to apply the knowledge they gain in a business or technical environment. The program culminates in the production of a praxis or case study for use by practicing engineers to address a common concern or challenge. Research toward the D.Eng. is “applied”, rather than basic, and during the program you will use the latest engineering management concepts and tools to solve a real-world problem.

A Personalized Experience

Our online Doctor of Engineering program is designed to provide you with a deep understanding of Engineering Management, that you will be able to apply as an engineering manager within your career. As you move through the coursework and praxis phases of the program, you will benefit from working closely with GW faculty who have real world expertise in the field.

As a D.Eng. student at the George Washington University, you will not only learn excellent skills at the cutting edge of engineering management, but also be in a unique position to apply those skills to solve a practical problem of interest to you and your career.

A Format that Works for You

A program designed for working adults, classes are scheduled on Saturdays. All classes are taught online via distance learning technologies, and you will be able to login to participate live from the comforts of home. Classes are recorded, and made available to you following each class meeting. The online and Saturday format will allow you to pursue your education while maintaining other work and home commitments.

Strong Integrated Approach

With its integrated approach to research, teaching, and public service, GW’s Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering has one of the largest engineering management and systems engineering programs in the United States. The department has developed a reputation for its work in managing complex systems and risk and in dealing with uncertainty.