Become CAEM® or CPEM® Certified to Get the Credibility You Need and the Recognition You Deserve.

ASEM® certifications are the most important industry-recognized certifications for technical managers.

In an increasingly technical and results oriented world, earning your certification ensures that you are ready to meet demands across the globe.

With an ASEM® certification behind your name, you have the knowledge to address technical management challenges in virtually any organization.

 

ONLINE ON-DEMAND

ASEM® Certification: CAEM®/CPEM® Exam Prep
26 Hours | $995

 

Online Course Includes:
Complimentary ASEM® Membership, Digital Course Materials, Exam Voucher for Either the CAEM® or CPEM® Exam

What You Will Learn:

  • Leadership and organization management
  • Strategic planning and management
  • Financial resource management
  • Project management
  • Quality management system
  • Operations and supply chain management
  • Management of technology, research, and development
  • Systems engineering
  • Legal issues in engineering management
  • Professional codes of conduct and ethics

 

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Exam Prep

ASEM® Certification: CAEM®/CPEM®

UAH Professional Development Solutions, in partnership with the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM®), is proud to announce the ASEM® Certification: CAEM®/CPEM® Exam Prep.

Becoming a CPEM® from ASEM® has allowed me to consolidate my skills and knowledge related to managing technology driven projects and organizations.

Why Take Your Exam Prep at UAH?

  • ASEM® partnered with UAH to develop this specialized exam prep.
  • Instructors are industry experts.
  • UAH is a respected research university with a strong reputation.
  • Online On-Demand format allows you to study at your convenience with 24/7 streaming.
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Which Exam Do I Take?

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The Certified Associate in Engineering Management® (CAEM®) is for technical professionals seeking to prepare for early technical management or supervisory assignments.

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The Certified Professional in Engineering Management® (CPEM®) is for experienced technical managers seeking to validate their expertise with a professional certification in engineering management.

Visit ASEM.org/EM-Professional-Certifications for more information on the certifications.

Meet Your Facilitators

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Polinpapilinho Katina holds a B.Sc. in Engineering Technology with a minor in Engineering Management, a M.Eng. in Systems Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Engineering Management/Systems Engineering. He has served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Informatics and Engineering Systems at the University of South Carolina Upstate, a Postdoctoral Researcher for the National Centers for System of Systems Engineering, and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Engineering and Systems Engineering at Old Dominion University. He has published nearly 150 scholarly outputs.

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Julie Drzymalski is a Professor and Director of the Industrial & Systems Engineering Program at Temple University. She holds a BSME from Polytechnic University (now NYU-Poly), M.Eng, Engineering Mgmt from Widener University and MS, Management Science and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University. Her research involves human based systems, trying to find new techniques to more accurately model complex human-based systems and make them usable for practitioners. Prior to academics, she has over 12 years working primarily in project/program/quality management in the construction industry.

Instructors

T. Steven Cotter, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer with the Engineering Management and Systems Engineering department at Old Dominion University

William J. Daughton, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology; Adjunct Professor of Engineering Management at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Paul J. Kauffmann, Ph.D., PE, CPEM
Professor Emeritus and founding department chair of the Department of Engineering at East Carolina University

Neal A. Lewis, Ph.D., CPEM
Assistant Professor of Practice in the Master of Engineering Management program, College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska

Larry Mallak, Ph.D.
Professor of Engineering Management Research Laboratory at Western Michigan University

Jim Marion, Ph.D., PMP
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Department Chair and Associate Professor, College of Business, Department of Decision Sciences

Alejandro Salado, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Systems Engineering in the Grado Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech

Gregory A. Sedrick, Ph.D., P.E.
Associate Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs for the Tennessee Board of Regents

Larry Stauffer, Ph.D., P.E.
Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Idaho