Master of Engineering Management
The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) Program is a unique course-based graduate degree program that combines an advanced engineering education with core management subjects typically found in an M.B.A. program. It focuses on enhancing technical skills with business knowledge to prepare engineering professionals for leadership roles and the management of technological processes and innovation.
The MEM program can be completed on a full or part-time basis and gives the student an opportunity to be an active participant in both the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and the Faculty of Business Administration through relevant course offerings and an in-depth engineering management project.
The program includes core courses addressing engineering management topics such as organizational behavior, marketing, accounting, and quality management 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.
- Engineering Management Topics
- Advanced Modeling and Quality Management
- Accounting for Management
- Organizations: Behaviour and Structure
- Three electives from Engineering
- Two electives from Business
- Engineering Management Project (two courses)
The program consists of five courses in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, five courses in the Faculty of Business Administration, and a two-course project.
To be eligible for admission to the program, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- A bachelor's degree with a B standing in an engineering discipline from a university of recognized standing.
- TOEFL score of at least 580 on paper-based test ; or 92 on Internet-based test; a minimum overall score of 7.0 on IELTS; or other demonstrations of English proficiency as described in the University Calendar(www.mun.ca/regoff/calendar/)
- Successful interview with a Memorial University representative.
Enrolment is limited and competitive. Preference will be given to candidates who exceed the minimum requirements listed above and those who have considerable work experience.
The application deadline is April 1 for Fall intake.
Applications can be made online via www.mun.ca/become/graduate/
Applications from individuals residing in China may be made through Can-Zhong or its authorized partners:
Can-Zhong International Education Consulting Services Ltd.
For more information:
Office of Associate Dean (Graduate Studies)
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, Newfoundland
Canada, A1B 3X5
T: (709) 864-8900
F: (709) 864-3480