About Master of Management Programs
|Master of Management (M.M.); Manufacturing Management (Non-Thesis) (56 credits)|
This is a 12-month academic program followed by a four-month industrial internship, offered in collaboration with the Faculty of Engineering.
McGill University’s Master of Manufacturing Management (M.M.M.) program attracts professionals from around the world who wish to pursue a career in the effective management of global operations and supply chain. This specialty program is offered jointly through the Desautels Faculty of Management and Faculty of Engineering, and in partnership with industry. The M.M.M. program provides a technical alternative to an M.B.A., with active industry involvement and a targeted focus on manufacturing, supply chain, and logistics operations. During the 11-month academic term, M.M.M. students complete Management and Engineering courses and participate in professional development workshops to hone their leadership and communication skills. This is followed by a four-month industrial internship.
Students should hold an undergraduate degree in engineering or science and have full-time work experience of at least two years in some facet of operations. Students with other academic backgrounds and appropriate industrial experience will be considered, but may have to take one or two Qualifying courses. The program is intended mainly for full-time students. Enrolment is limited.
The M.M.M. program is a self-funded program.
Note: This program is not offered in 2013–2014.
|Master of Management (M.M.); IMPM (Non-Thesis) (45 credits)|
Functioning within an authentically international context, this cooperative venture of business schools located in five different countries allows mid-career executives to study topical international business problems on site at universities in France, England, India, Japan, and Canada.
For more information, visit our website at www.impm.org.
|Master of Management (M.M.); IMPMHL (Non-Thesis) (45 credits)|
Applying an experience-based approach to leadership development, this program will recruit practising managers and professionals throughout the health field, and from all parts of the world to learn from each other and gain a better understanding of their own leadership styles, the systems they work in, their organizational contexts, and the work relationships they must build in order to achieve change. For more information, visit our website at www.mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/imhl.
Please refer to www.impm.org for admission information.
Please refer to www.mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/imhl/applying for more information.