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This programme provides a specialised education in management for those holding a bachelor’s degree in engineering.
The programme prepares you for work in business positions that require a broad base of management understanding combined with technical knowledge.
It is designed to meet the increasing demand for graduates that combine their technical understanding with the application of management knowledge in the industrial and engineering sectors. This competence is as important for renewal of local small and medium sized companies as for integration of big international supply chains.
The programme prepares students for work in business positions that require a broad base of management understanding combined with engineering knowledge. Courses address a wide range of management topics deemed necessary for an engineer to excel as a responsible business leader in various managerial roles. Course topics include responsible leadership, strategic renewal, internationalisation, (open) innovation, methods for business analysis, training in writing and presenting business reports.
Engineering Management is taught in collaboration between Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) and School of Engineering. To secure the practical relevance of the program and make good use of the students’ prior knowledge in engineering, courses will include collaborations between students, practitioners and lecturers with both business and technology background. These activities will further train the students to work in diverse settings and ensure that the knowledge and skills learned are applicable in practice.
All courses are taught in English. Due to the fact that Jönköping International Business School and School of Engineering at Jönköping University are international schools with international faculty and that this programme is open to students from around the world, the courses have a diverse participation of students providing an international learning experience both in atmosphere and course content.