IEOR Master of Engineering Program

Join the Next Generation of Leaders

Become an Engineering Leader

Expand your effectiveness as an engineer by gaining valuable leadership skills. All students in the program take core leadership courses in areas such as marketing, finance, law, analysis, and project management to help you take the next step in your career.

Develop your technical expertise

The Master of Engineering program not only prepares students with the leadership skills necessary to manage multi-faceted projects, but also helps students gain a deeper understanding of an engineering discipline. Master of Engineering students concentrating in IEOR are required to take IEOR 240 (Optimization Analytics) and IEOR 241 (Risk Modeling, Simulation, and Data Analysis) and two additional IEOR electives of their choice in areas such as data science, financial engineering, supply chain management, operations research, and decision analytics.

Hands-on capstone experience

Set in the heart of the Bay Area, the worldwide epicenter for engineering innovation, students attending UC Berkeley are uniquely positioned to build lasting connections with industry. Through the capstone experience, students form interdisciplinary teams, partner with industry, and benefit from the expertise of industry leaders and faculty to apply their learning by creating real projects.

Program Overview


Management Science & Engineering




Our full-time option provides an intensive, industry-oriented experience that can be completed in just one year.


Not everyone is able to take a year off from work to go back to school. Our part-time option allows working professionals to complete the program in 2-4 years. See a sample part-time schedule here. Please note courses may not be offered in the evening.

Degree Requirements

Student Profile: Fall 2018

500+ Applicants

104 Full-Time Students

5 Part-Time Students

18 Countries

50+ Institutions

72% Undergrad Engineering Majors

29% Undergrad Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Majors

28% Undergrad Finance, Math, Econ, Stats and Related Majors

Average GRE Scores: Quantitative 167 and Verbal 156

44% Identify as Female

How to Apply

Additional Admission Information for the FinTech Concentration

Frequently Asked Questions

Prospective Students

Current Students


Jesse Dieker

Jesse is responsible for the M.Eng students (part-time and full-time). She also advises undergraduates interested in or currently taking SCET courses. Direct all your questions and concerns regarding the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Technology and the M.Eng program to Jesse.