Enterprise & Logistics Engineering Academic Department

The aim of Enterprise and Logistics Engineering Programs is to develop future leaders of business and industry in an engineering and technological environment. In addition to traditional classroom teaching, these state-of-the-art curricula are scheduled to meet the needs of busy professionals and practicing engineers and delivered by distinguished faculty and industry experts. Cohort programs typically start in fall and spring semesters. Students in the GCES and GCEM programs are allowed to continue onto the MSEM and MSLE program.

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  • ELE

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