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The Master of Engineering Technical Management is an online, part-time, four-semester lockstep program. At the beginning of each academic year, students are required to attend a one-week residency at Texas A&M University. After residency week, students will return home where they will complete the remaining coursework online throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. In the final semester, students will meet once more in College Station, Texas to participate in graduation ceremonies.


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Upcoming Residency Weeks:

Fall Cohort – August 2–9, 2024

Residency week takes place at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. The week offers students an immersive learning environment to begin each year and allows students to connect face-to-face with their fellow classmates and faculty. Students will also have the opportunity to engage in lively debates, develop new perspectives on their leadership style, and hear from guest speakers, such as industry executives.

Texas A&M University Yell Leaders leading a yell to METM students during Residency Week.


The culmination of the Master of Engineering Technical Management program takes place at the end of the fourth and final semester. Students will be required to deliver their final project presentations to their faculty mentor and company representative. Students will be offered the opportunity to participate in Texas A&M University's graduation program alongside campus students.