|Field of Study:||Engineering/Industrial Management
|Description:||The primary goal of the program is to enable engineering graduates to gain advanced knowledge in their field of engineering and formal training in business, such that they may enhance their participation in their firm's development as part of the current knowledge economy. This course-based master's program will combine education in management with advanced technical training in the student's field of interest. The program will draw on graduate courses in the faculties of engineering and business.
The program can be completed on a full- or part-time basis. The core courses address important engineering management topics such as statistical modeling, organizational behavior, marketing, and accounting applied to decision-making in the engineering sector. Apart from core and elective courses in business and engineering, the program consists of an engineering management project. Issues discussed in courses and projects are geared to be of interest for engineering graduates associated with large companies, small and medium enterprises, and start-up organizations.