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Engineering Management Certificate (UW-Platteville)


A demand for engineers with management skills has increased in the workforce. Negotiating, conflict resolution, process, or system analysis, planning, and scheduling all will be required for success. This certificate provides the additional skills that many engineers need when moving into managerial positions.

The certificate is designed for people who desire a foundation in basic management skills but are not currently pursuing a master's degree. Credits earned for the certificate can later be applied toward the Master of Science in Engineering.



  • ENGRG 7800 Engineering Management


Choose any three additional courses from the list below.

  • ENGRG 6050 Applied Statistics
  • ENGRG 7810 Advanced Production and Operations Analysis
  • ENGRG 7820 Quality Engineering and Management
  • ENGRG 7830 Advanced Cost and Value Analysis
  • ENGRG 7840 Systems Engineering Management
  • ENGRG 7850 Taguchi Method of Designing Experiments (Prereq: ENGRG 6050)
  • ENGRG 7860 Lean Techniques (in development)
  • PM 7010 Project Management Techniques I

Total credits required for completion: 12

Admission Requirements

This certificate is separate from the Master of Science in Engineering degree (MSENGR) program, but credit earned for this may be applied toward completion of the MSENGR. To earn a certificate, students must complete all of the required courses through UW-Platteville. All courses must be taken under the direction of University of Wisconsin-Platteville faculty. Transferred courses and course substitutions are not allowed.

To obtain a certificate, students must:

  • Achieve a minimum grade of "C" in each course for the certificate program.
  • Complete the certificate program with a minimum GPA of 3.00.
  • Request a certificate from your advisor within one year upon completion of the final course in the certificate.

Degree-granting Institution

University of Wisconsin Platteville

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