Trine University's Master of Science in engineering management (MSEM) degree program, offered through TrineOnline, has been named one of the most affordable in the nation by Optimal, formerly SR Education Group.
In the company's 2020 rankings of the 25 most affordable online master's in engineering management programs in the United States, Trine University placed 11th. Trine's program ranked second among private, nonprofit schools, and was ranked the highest of any college or university in Indiana.
Designed for those with engineering skills who want to step into a management role, Trine's Master of Science in engineering management offers training in areas such as corporate culture, leadership, finance, operations strategy and marketing. Course work includes business ethics, public speaking and decision-making classes geared toward the technical professional.
Optimal's 2020 Most Affordable Online Colleges rankings, released on OnlineU, are designed for students who would like to find online accredited degrees with the lowest cost. The company says these 152 program rankings highlight schools making an effort to provide an economical option for prospective students.
The company said some of the programs with the best return on investment include information technology, engineering and marketing.
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