This Engineering Management (EM) program is designed to prepare professionals for the Qatari industrial world at levels higher than those requiring an undergraduate degree, and at the same time it will prepare them for doing advanced research. The program is fundamentally different from MBAs. MBA programs are designed to help prepare people for management roles while focusing on general business and managerial aspects rather than leveraging the technical background. However, in today's world, corporations also demand managers with strong technical backgrounds. The structure of the EM program is unique as it helps the engineers become a more effective technical specialist and strengthens its ability to lead people and projects. As a specialist, the engineer becomes more effective through understanding how his or her engineering skills can best support the goals of the organization and its customers. In addition, the trained engineering manager becomes uniquely qualified for two types of positions: management of technical functions and the management of broader functions in the high-technology enterprise. The world trend in graduate education suggests that MBA and EM programs are not supplementary but complementary to each other. There are many universities in the Gulf Region and around the globe offer both programs separately.

Recent Submissions

Title Author Publication Date Department Type
CAPACITY IMPROVEMENT AND CYCLE TIME REDUCTION USING VALUE STREAM MAPPING AND SIMULATION FOR A PRODUCTION PLANT IN QATAR, A CASE STUDY  Yameen, Mohammad A.H.2017Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
ECONOMETRIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS OF RESIDENTIAL SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS IN QATAR  Haimour, Sajeda Shabib2017Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
SERVQUAL DIMENSION ANALYSIS AT HBKU STUDENTS HOUSING FACILITIES  Haji, Mona H.2017Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
Molecular level understanding of nanoclay dispersion in polysulfone, polyimide, and their blend composites  Bader, Nour2016Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
Sustainable solutions for domestic solid waste management in Qatar  Ahmad, Farah2016Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
Simulation of sulfur recovery process and optimization of the main operational parameters  Mohamed, Fadi2016Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
Analyzing the reliability and effectiveness of public school evaluation system in Qatar  Al-Marri, Dana2016Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
Effective framework for change order management in construction industry  Khan, Omar Hafeez2016Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
Work force assignment and planning for onshore oil and gas wells cementing operations  Khalil, Mohamed Mohsen2016Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
Factors of successful technology transfer in oil and gas industry in Qatar State  Al-Hajri, Naser2016Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
Causes of Cost-Overrun in Construction Projects  Maki, Omar2016Engineering ManagementProfessional Masters Project
Stakeholder Perception of Service Quality in Qatar Higher Education Institutions: An Application to Qatar University  Shurair, Amal S.2017Engineering ManagementMaster Thesis
SUSTAINABILITY PRACTICES IN FACILITY MANAGEMENT  Abdoh, Shorook Bassam2017Engineering ManagementMaster Thesis
ROBUST RESOURCE INVESTMENT PROBLEM WITH TIME-DEPENDENT RESOURCE COST AND TARDINESS PENALTY  Hattab, Asem Adel2016Engineering ManagementMaster Thesis
INTEGRATION OF INNOVATION IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT  Alfar, Mohamad Hamza2016Engineering ManagementMaster Thesis
Carbon emissions Inventory Games  Al-Emadi, Eiman Ali2016Engineering ManagementMaster Thesis
CAUSES OF DELAY IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS  Hassan, Mohanad Abu2016Engineering ManagementMaster Thesis
Optimal Design of a Solar Assisted Cooling System  Ashour, Marwa Elyan2017Engineering ManagementMaster Thesis