"I can hardly believe the changes that having an MS
from Rose has made. The term 'open doors to opportunity' does not
begin to express the benefits of the MSEM program. Rose has
transformed me into a professional who is valued and appreciated. I
wish I had done this sooner."
Daryl Rumbly (2010 graduate), Naval Surface Warfare Center
"The MSEM Program provided an excellent mix of
technical and business courses. The class timings and location made
it convenient to pursue the MSEM degree while working full time.
The projects were flexible; I could tailor each class to help me
learn about my industry and interests."
Alan Peacock (2000 graduate), now at Dow-Agro
"The Engineering Management Program has provided me the
opportunity to be successful at managing my own manufacturing
department at what I think is an early age. I think back to the
courses on supply chain and production systems and how I am relying
on that same knowledge and understanding to drive continuous
improvement and reach departmental metrics on a daily basis. Right
now I have just the right mix between engineering and manufacturing
that the land of opportunity is wide open."
Thomas S Reives (2010 graduate), Setter Mfg. Supervisor/Process
Howmet Casting Support, Morristown
"Traveling through some of the poorest countries in Asia, I came to
realize how important a decent education is. I'm grateful that I
got the chance to study at RHIT. Not only did I receive an
exceptional education and got a good job even before graduating,
but it was an awesome intercultural experience. I got to know a lot
of lovely people and brilliant minds. I do not want to miss this
Maxim Przystaw, class of 2012
"With this new role, I'm even more glad I pursued
the MS of Engineering Management degree. I will certainly use the
subject matter from the MSEM program on a daily basis, and I'm
really glad to have had formal education for it vs. simply
on-the-job learning. From my perspective, I can definitely say the
MSEM material has helped me get this job and will certainly help me
do it better."
Joe Rottman, Class of 2008, Caterpillar