What Our Graduates Say

“This program provided an excellent technical base in dealing with subjects such as economic analysis and decision making, while also building management skills through legal studies and project management courses… The most valuable thing I took away from this program is the ability to grasp an understanding of a complex issue and then successfully communicate my thoughts to a broad audience… I have recently accepted an overseas assignment dealing with oil and natural gas commercial contract negotiations. The difficulties of communication are greatly enhanced in a global market and a foreign culture. My experience in the Engineering Management Program has me well prepared for the task.”

Alfred D’Ambrosio, A graduate of the Master of Science Program in Engineering Management


“…I am now employed at JetBlue Airways as their operations analyst. The main reason I got this job is your class and specifically the Airline Quality project I did for this class…”

A graduate of the Master of Science Program in Engineering Management


“….my director just came to ask me if I would be interested in joining a new “Lean Manufacturing/Six Sigma Initiative” team… He asked if I had any experience in it and I calmly pointed to all of my graduate school books; ‘Design for SS’, ‘Statistical Quality Design and Control’. He said… I can get exposure on a corporate level…”

A graduate of the Master of Science Program in Engineering Management


I am… working with my father now, in our power electronics company… I have implemented many of the things that I learned while I was at UNCC, especially in streamlining our business.”

A graduate of the Master of Science Program in Engineering Management


"During the last past 50 years, the field of Engineering Management has developed very rapidly, and academic institutions currently see an increased enrollment in their engineering management programs; a sign of the times, so to  speak. Thus, as engineering and technology intertwine and assume a more and more important role in our lives, engineers must learn how to manage the technological innovation process. And this is the reason that I have decided to take Engineering Management courses offered at UNC Charlotte.

Paolo Batoni, An Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate student