Engineering and Project Management

It goes without saying that an engineer with managerial capabilities will have a competitive advantage over those professionals who have technical knowledge but lack knowledge of management concepts. Engineering and Project Management programs offer a unique combination of subjects that help develop managerial and technical skills of the learners and enrich them with knowledge concerning both these domains.

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Learning Outcomes

Programs in Engineering and Project Management offer managerial expertise in the domain of technology. Learners get to hone their technical and analytical competencies, business communication skills as well as develop business acumen for efficiently managing and leading the operations of technology-based businesses. Learners gain knowledge about managing projects and about advanced topics of engineering, which enables them to be in leadership positions in engineering enterprises.


A combination of the following topics is taught in Engineering and Project Management programs-

Business Management Software Engineering Introduction to Accounting Modern Business Environment
Marketing Management Organization Behaviour & HRM Introduction to Corporate Finance Quantitative Techniques for Management
Project Management Strategic Management Operations Management Introduction to Business Analytics
Communicative English Managerial Economics Management Decision Making Project Management Methodologies
Macroeconomics Introduction to AI Technology for Business Financial Markets & Instruments
E-commerce Entrepreneurship Agile Project Management Risk & Quality Management
Design Thinking Research Methodology Information Systems for Business Emerging Technologies in Information Management
Research Project Ethics and Values Personal and Managerial Effectiveness

Engineering and Project Management programs are apt for fresh graduates from any discipline of engineering studies or already employed engineers who aspire to boost their career growth by developing their business management and technology management skills.

Engineering and Project Management programs enable access to employment opportunities in the following positions –

  • Project Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Firmware Engineer
  • Applications Engineer
  • Hardware Engineer
  • Automation Engineer
  • Chemical Process Engineer
  • Cost Analyst
  • System Analyst
  • Operations Manager
  • IT Project Manager
  • Construction Project Manager