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 organization, and to get a wide view of how various principles are put into practice on a daily basis. The work term provides exposure to the high level of professional skills needed for operations management and represents a practical implementation of topics in university courses.
Strong Undergraduate Engineering or Science Background: (Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Metallurgical, etc.), ideally suited for problem solving
An Average of Four Years Work Experience in Various Aspects of Manufacturing, Logistics and Supply Chain
International Background and a Global Perspective; Mobile and Adaptable
Professional, Results-oriented Team Player with Enhanced Soft Skills
With Strong Fundamentals in:
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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 complement issues covered in the academic courses.
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 results of their research experience and expert wisdom with students and other corporate representatives. MMM Alumni help organize these conferences, which provide graduates and current students with instructional and networking opportunities.
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 all aspects of the given problem and participating in brainstorming sessions. At times, case studies occur during plant tours, especially when the company is located at some distance from Montreal.
Current opportunities and challenges for corporations have resulted not only in the adoption of sophisticated technologies, but also the expansion of global markets, powerful changes to corporate structure, and an extremely competitive marketplace. Present-day focus is on supply chain management, lean manufacturing, six sigma, JIT, logistics and similar concepts. Such revolutionary changes have resulted in a new workplace, and companies in the contemporary economy are seeking future leaders for their operations.
PLEASE NOTE: We have made the decision to temporarily stop admissions into the MMM Program, hence the program will not be accepting students for 2013.
Who should apply?
Students contemplating admission to the MMM Program should consider how positively they can relate to a number of issues:
The MMM curriculum is a unique combination of intensive academic and practical studies, which provide the skill set required by corporations with extensive and sophisticated operations. The 18 academic courses plus the industrial project (56 credits) span a number of categories, each serving a different objective. Together they provide the necessary qualifications for a career in manufacturing and supply chain management.