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About LIU Post Computer Science and Management Engineering Department

The Department of Computer Science and Management Engineering offers outstanding preparation for growing fields such as network security, computer programming, web and portal development, and knowledge management. With a degree in computer science, information systems, information management and technology or management engineering, your career opportunities will not be limited to the technology industry. Your skills will be in demand by employers across the entire spectrum of private-sector corporations, government agencies, public and private schools, and not-for-profit organizations. From investment banks to social service organizations, health care companies to sports franchises, universities to media and entertainment firms -- qualified persons with the skills in technology have a world of choices.

The primary objective of the Management Engineering program is to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to be effective leaders in multidisciplinary project teams. The 36-credit Master of Science in Management Engineering program is appropriate for engineers and other technical professionals who are interested in developing the skills and knowledge base necessary to be effective project managers. This is a flexible program in that students can combine the required courses with a variety of elective courses best suited to advance their own careers and to make them more valuable to the organization in which they are employed.

M.S. in MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING

The primary objective of the Management Engineering program is to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to be effective leaders in multidisciplinary project teams. The 36-credit Master of Science in Management Engineering program is appropriate for engineers and other technical professionals who are interested in developing the skills and knowledge base necessary to be effective project managers. This is a flexible program in that students can combine the required courses with a variety of elective courses best suited to advance their own careers and to make them more valuable to the organization in which they are employed.

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Kelly Gottlieb
LIU Post
Long Island University
720 Northern Boulevard
Brookville, N.Y. 1548-1300
Phone: 516-299-2293
Email: kelly.gottlieb@liu.edu