Santa Clara University


Engineering Management and Leadership B.S./M.S. Five-Year Program

The School of Engineering offers qualified Santa Clara University undergraduates the opportunity to earn both a Bachelor of Science degree in their technical discipline and a Master of Science degree in Engineering Management and Leadership in five years. This is an excellent path to continue your technical education while learning the essential skills required to manage high-tech projects and people. It is an excellent way to save time and open up more career possibilities early on. The degree program is open to students in bioengineering, civil engineering, computer science and engineering, software engineering, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering.

The application fee and GRE General Test Requirement are waived for students completing their undergraduate BS degree in the technical disciplines listed above and have a minimum GPA 3.0 in their technical major. Students are required to apply no later than the end of the fall quarter of their senior year. Upon notification and acceptance into the Engineering Management and Leadership Five Year Program, students may begin taking graduate level courses in the fall quarter of their senior year. The maximum number of graduate units allowed as an undergraduate in this program is 20.

Students in this program will receive a BS degree after satisfying the standard degree requirements. Students will then be matriculated to the Engineering Management and Leadership program and must then fulfill all requirements for the MS degree.