MMM

Courses

Management courses MMM Students are required to take 10 courses at the Desautels Faculty of Management. These courses can be categorized into four groups each serving a different objective. ...

Course projects

Course projects are required elements in some of the academic courses. Typically they are studies of present or historical activities, or problems into which companies would like some insight,...

Participant benefits

Students pursuing the MMM program will realize numerous benefits during their course of studies as well as in their professional life upon graduation. Students will:

Work terms

Industry work terms (internship or stage) are an integral component of the MMM program. Their objective is to provide an opportunity to see the operation of a manufacturing or logistics...

Typical student profile

Strong Undergraduate Engineering or Science Background: (Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Metallurgical, etc.), ideally suited for problem solving An Average of Four Years...

Course descriptions

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Seminars

Seminars are organized with industry experts and practicing managers to provide information on recent trends, issues and challenges. The seminar topics and speakers are carefully chosen to...

Case studies

Case studies are hands-on problem solving exercises carried out in a real industrial setting. Students study the case in detail and are expected to propose solutions after thoroughly researching...

Conferences

Conferences on the broad issue of supply chain management are sponsored annually by the MMM program, in conjunction with the Management Science Research Centre (MSRC). Invited speakers share the...

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