Some universities offer an undergraduate degree in Technology and Engineering Management.
These programs tend to be extremely competitive and are typically degrees that are co-taught between engineering and business colleges.
Students that complete these types of degrees have little difficulty receiving job offers upon graduation.
Alternatively, many engineering managers begin their careers with an engineering degree and after working a few years in industry, go back to college to earn a master’s in business administration.
Whichever path you choose to follow to become an engineering manager, remember that possessing a hard work ethic, a positive attitude and being a good team member will make you a valuable graduate!
Best of luck to you!