EB-Admissions and Tuition
The MS in Engineering and Technology Management (ETM) program is designed for students who have earned a STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) undergraduate degree and who seek to add new business and analytic skills, and decision-making perspectives in an accelerated one-year master’s degree program. As a result, an undergraduate degree in engineering or an applied science is preferred for admission into the ETM program, but it is not required. Candidates with undergraduate degrees in other disciplines are considered and encouraged to apply.
If your undergraduate studies are not in a STEM or related discipline, the ETM admissions committee will look closely at your quantitative GRE or GMAT scores, undergraduate courses taken, and your Statement of Goals to evaluate whether you are a good fit. The committee is looking for evidence that the candidate will succeed in the program, and for a clear explanation of why the candidate believes the ETM program is a good match with his or her interests and career goals.
Mines undergraduate students may apply for the ETM program in their junior or senior year and if admitted, may concurrently take a limited number of credit hours of graduate level courses while completing their undergraduate studies. Contact your undergraduate academic department and the Graduate Admissions Office for more information on concurrent undergraduate and graduate enrollment.
All applications for the ETM program are submitted online through the Mines Graduate Admissions Office. The application requirements and deadline dates for all graduate programs can be found on the graduate admissions office applications process webpage. Once your application is complete, it is forwarded to the ETM admissions committee for consideration. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Although most students apply to enter the ETM program in the fall semester, students can apply to enter the program in the spring or the summer semesters. There are different application deadline dates that apply; more information can be found here.
Tuition and fees for the ETM program is described on the Graduate School Costs and Financial Aid page. Costs for the ETM program include resident or non-resident tuition, Mines graduate school mandatory student fees and the ETM special program fee - a one-time fee of $1,500 that is due upon matriculation into the program. This fee is intended to cover ETM co-curricular activities that are not part of the credit hour tuition, such as the leadership ropes course, communications seminar and other activities.
Please review the ETM FAQ page for additional information, admissions requirements and other helpful information. If you still have questions after reviewing the FAQ page, contact Kathleen Martin, Program Administrator, Division of Economics and Business, firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-273-3482.