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Engineering Management (Master's program)

Degree Master of Engineering Management
Faculty Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Location North Oshawa campus location
Start dates September or January
Length Approximately 24 months, based on full-time study
Program load Full-time
Part-time
Program format Course-based or courses with a major project
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The Master of Engineering Management program allows students to study topics in planning, allocating resources, and directing and controlling activities that have an engineering or technological component.

General information

The Master of Engineering Management (MEngM) program allows students to study topics in planning, allocating resources, and directing and controlling activities that have an engineering or technological component. Students will also learn to apply engineering principles in organizing and directing technical projects and how to manage the people within them.

The MEngM program provides courses in the areas of engineering project management, production planning and operations management, energy systems management, mathematical modelling and optimization (as they pertain to complex engineering systems), quality control, health and safety, and applied risk analysis.

Admission requirements

  • Hold a four-year honours undergraduate engineering degree in a relevant field from an accredited engineering program at a Canadian university, or its equivalent from a recognized institution.
  • Minimum overall academic standing of a B (GPA: 3.0 on a 4.3 scale or 73 to 76 per cent), with a minimum B in the last two full-time years (four semesters) of undergraduate work or equivalent.

The Engineering Management (MEngM) program is an extremely competitive program; a program for which the number of qualified applicants exceeds the number of seats available for each intake. The average GPA for those applicants admitted generally exceeds our admission requirements, however, meeting or exceeding admissions requirements does not guarantee admission.

Required supporting documents:

Please see the checklist of required documents for a list of supporting documentation that must be submitted with your application.

Required test scores for English language proficiency:

See English language proficiency for the minimum required test scores for this program.


Application deadlines

Please see application deadlines for specific dates. Note that the application deadlines listed are for both the online application and all supporting documentation.


How to apply

Applications for admission to all graduate studies programs are submitted online. There are five steps you must go through to complete the application process. See application process and requirements for step-by-step instructions.


Many of our graduate programs are extremely competitive; the number of qualified applicants normally exceeds the number of seats available for each intake. Satisfaction of minimum entry requirements does not ensure admission.

Program curriculum

Sample project areas:
  • Energy systems management
  • Engineering project management
  • Occupational health and safety
  • Production planning and operations management
  • Quality control and applied risk analysis
  • Regulatory affairs and licensing

For program requirements, including required number of credits for completion, program maps and course descriptions, please see the Graduate Academic Calendar and Course Catalogue.

Funding

Applicants to professional or course-based programs are not normally considered for internal funding sources such as entrance scholarships, minimum funding packages, teaching assistantships, research assistantships or graduate research assistantships.

While external scholarships and awards for graduate students who fall under the above criteria are often limited, we encourage you to explore some of the external scholarship databases available for possible funding opportunities.

Fees

Tuition fees for graduate programs are charged on a flat-fee or fee-per-credit basis and vary by program and student status.

For current, specific fees and details on flat-fee versus fee-per-credit programs, please see tuition and fees.

Contact

For more information:

Visit the faculty website

Contact the program:

Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
905.721.8668 ext. 2988
engineering@ontariotechu.ca

Contact the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies:

905.721.8668 ext. 6209
gradstudies@ontariotechu.ca 

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