Hi, I am a business administration major at a liberal arts private college in Missouri. I am less than a year from graduation and want to go into an engineering management masters program after this. It was extremely tough to find a program that would accept a non-technical major but I managed to find a few. My question is how practical would it be to get my masters in engineering management even though I don't have an engineering undergrad degree? It seems as though engineering firms or whoever would rather have an actual engineer working in management and not a business major. Would engineering employers want to hire a business guy with a masters in engineering management but no experience in engineering??? I would appreciate any help with this!!! I don't want to waste my time getting the masters degree if they dont want someone that isn't an engineer!! thanks for the help!!!