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Master of Engineering (MEng)

M.Eng. Applications

Clemson University’s online Master of Engineering in Industrial Engineering (MEng) was designed specifically for working professionals who want a high-quality, advanced degree in supply chain logistics and want to remain employed full-time. With the knowledge gained in pursuing this degree, students will possess the skills to improve supply chain systems wherever they work – including manufacturing, distribution, banking, healthcare, and tourism sectors – as well as in capital projects and construction.

Since the program’s inception in 2008, it has quickly gained acclaim across a wide range of businesses and industries due to the multidisciplinary approach that was employed during its development. Coursework integrates fundamental concepts and tools from industrial engineering, civil engineering, and management. The curriculum provides a diversified knowledge base of information and techniques for improving current supply chain processes, as well as durable tools and concepts that carry over as graduates face the challenges of
tomorrow.

To accommodate the demanding schedules of full-time professionals, all classes are offered asynchronously via web-based technologies. Lectures can be downloaded to personal computers and other mobile devices for convenient viewing. There are no residency requirements, and since the courses are self-paced and accessible on the web, students can pursue the degree from anywhere in the world as long as a sufficient Internet connection is available. Learn More »

Online Masters

M.Eng. Online
"All too often, capital project professionals become immersed with the differences between each project and how to adjust rather than analyzing the similarities to streamline the activities.  The M.Eng. program at Clemson provided a wide array of tools and methodologies to optimize various processes associated with capital projects.  The increased usage of statistical tools, process mapping and the consolidation of efforts both up and down the supply chain will increase efficiencies and ultimately lead to lower overall project costs, which in today’s environment is the key to winning new work and successful execution."

Frank M.
Project Procurement Manager