Engineering for MBA background?

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by STAR.SMILE, Jun 20, 2010.


    STAR.SMILE New Member

    Hey Guys,

    I was just wondering if a person from a management background (undergrad and grad) can study engineering (online certificate / diploma)...

    Do all Graduate Certificate / PGDIP programs in Engineering require an Engineering / Science background? Could you suggest the ones that dont require the same?

    Also, if an MBA Finance wants to expand his horizons to technology / technical areas, without committing to a degree program (for knowledge only), which field / institution would you suggest?
  2. KariS

    KariS New Member

    It is possible, but you will probably have to take a lot of filler courses, such as statics & dynanics, some chemistry and physics courses (with labs) and heavier math to include differential and integral calculus.
  3. Cyber

    Cyber New Member

  4. Ian Anderson

    Ian Anderson Active Member

    One option available to you is the CSUDH BS or MS in Quality Assurance - somewhat technical but it could help you whether you work in the industrial or in the sevice sector.
    They also certificates in this field.
  5. soupbone

    soupbone Active Member

    I asked this question several years ago and while there are DL programs make sure they have ABET accreditation. Years ago I don't think any did but that may have changed since 2005. Good luck!

    STAR.SMILE New Member

    Thanks all for the help! Will keep looking out for programs!

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