The Master of Global Engineering Leadership (MGEL) is a minimum 33-credit hour degree with a curriculum that aims to transform engineers into exceptional leaders in their field. The integrative curriculum includes core courses that teach leadership and management, an understanding of the business-government relationship, while a strong engineering focus is provided through the choice of a specialized technical track. This unique curriculum is made possible by combining courses taught by faculty experts from the College of Engineering, John Glenn College of Public Affairs, and The Fisher College of Business.
The combination of advanced engineering and leadership courses separates the MGEL from other graduate programs. MGEL students don't just want to climb the corporate ladder; they want to engineer a better future.
Students have the opportunity to earn Six Sigma Certification in addtition to the MGEL degree if they complete ISE 5810 Lean Sigma Foundations. Yellow, Green, or even Black Belt can be earned dependent upon previous Six Sigma projects completed. Contact the program for more information.
The MGEL can be completed at a student's desired pace in as little as 12 months. Most students elect to take one-two courses per semester and complete the degree in about two-three years.