Master of Science in Engineering Business Management (By Coursework)

(R/345/7/0429) 10/23 (MQA/SWA3414)

Master of Science in Engineering Business Management aims to introduce candidates to a broad range of management and business techniques, as well as equip students with skills in managing complex business problems faced by technology and engineering companies. Graduates will be able to plan, develop, and implement engineering projects and solutions within the contemporary global business environment to accomplish the strategic and operational objectives of technology-based organizations.


  • Graduates are proficient in theoretical and practical engineering business management knowledge
  • Graduates demonstrate managerial, leadership, and entrepreneurial skills, while striving to uphold ethical values and professionalism
  • Graduates are digitally and analytically competent in supporting business functions
  • Graduates demonstrate teamwork, interpersonal communication skills, creativity and innovation skills
  • Graduates engage in lifelong learning activities


  • Demonstrate advanced knowledge and understanding of the theory and practice of engineering business management
  • Apply knowledge critically and integratively to manage and resolve complex problems in engineering business management
  • Apply practical skills, contemporary tools or investigative techniques in engineering business management
  • Communicate effectively and work collaboratively with the community and the society at large
  • Use suitable digital technologies and software to enhance work
  • Demonstrate autonomy, independence, leadership and interpersonal skills at work
  • Exemplify self-advancement through academic, professional and entrepreneurial project or work
  • Adhere to legal, ethical and professional codes of good conduct


  • Full-Time: 1 – 3 years
  • Part-Time: 2 – 5 years


Dr. Ng Yin Hoe

Programme Coordinator

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gobbi Ramasamy

Associate Professor

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tan Ching Seong

Associate Professor

Dr. Lee Lini

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Tan Wooi Nee