Engineering and Technology Management Program

"Engineering Management master's degrees rank as one of the fastest growing degrees over the past 5 years.” -American Society of Engineering Education

The Mines Engineering and Technology Management (ETM) Program is an accelerated one-year Master’s degree program designed for graduates of science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) undergraduate programs who seek to enhance their knowledge, marketability and career potential.  The ETM Program enriches a STEM background with contemporary business management tools, skills and insights that are needed in rapidly changing, technology focused enterprises. The unique ETM curriculum focuses on building leaders who can effectively create, build and manage complex technology intensive organizations, both public and private.

Our program offers an attractive alternative to a traditional MBA program for students with the appropriate technical background.  Learn more about why you should consider the Mines ETM over a MBA program here.  If you are comparing other specialized programs in engineering and technology management, learn more about the Mines ETM Program advantages here.

Who is Eligible?
An undergraduate degree in Engineering or Applied Science is usually required to be admitted to this program.


Student Enrollment Statistics
ETM Program students come from diverse backgrounds and share a common interest in developing state-of-the-art engineering and technology management skills to complement their technical backgrounds.

Fall 2016
Student Enrollment: 56
Male/Female: 49/7
US/International: 43/13
CSM/Non CSM B.S. 30/26
2015 Student Employment Outcomes
Salary data:
Mean $80,359
Range $59,000- $115,000
Undergraduate Degree Backgrounds
  • General Engineering (chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical):
  • Earth Sciences & Engineering (geology, petroleum, mining, metallurgy, geophysics): 
  • Math & Applied Science: 
  • Economics & Other:
Recent Employment Types of Employment

Hensel Phelps
Lockheed Martin
SK Innovation
DCP Midstream
Chevron Phillips
Black & Veatch
Turner Construction

Senior Sales Engineer
Supply Planning Manager
Operations Research Analyst
Corporate Planning Engineer
Implementation Consultant

Design Engineer
Military Analyst
Project Engineer
Facilities Engineer
Completion Engineer


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