Acquire recognized qualifications in project management
Would you like to master all the elements of project and portfolio management and take your career to the next level? The ÉTS master’s program in engineering project management will help get you there! Based on generally recognized good practices and the knowledge base of the Project Management Institute (PMI), you will be able to analyze the profitability of an engineering project, and choose, manage and lead the human resources necessary to complete it, taking into account the constraints of time, cost and quality.
Overview of the Master’s Program in Engineering Project Management
What distinguishes the ÉTS Master’s in Project Management from other comparable programs? Our master’s program has been designed to meet the needs of engineers and professionals who work in an environment where engineering activities predominate.
In addition, throughout your education at ÉTS, you solve concrete issues in engineering project management: the majority of professors and lecturers who teach you maintain close ties with industry. That means you will be equally well equipped to design, carry out and complete engineering projects on time, at the anticipated cost, according to the specifications, and with respect for the people involved, the environment and applicable quality standards.
What will you learn in the Master’s program?
You will acquire knowledge that will assist you in state-of-the-art management of engineering projects and project portfolios, including:
- Analyzing the feasibility of a project;
- Developing and managing project portfolios;
- Managing and supervising project human resources;
- Developing a strategic vision of information technologies;
- Increasing your own creative potential and that of your team.
What Degrees Provide Admission to the Master’s in Engineering Project Management?
To be eligible for this master's program, you need a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent in engineering, applied sciences or a related domain. For more information about the admission criteria for the ÉTS Master’s degree in engineering project management, see the tab corresponding to your desired profile: thesis profile or project profile.
What’s the Difference between the Project Profile and the Thesis Profile?
Our master's program in engineering project management includes two profiles: one with thesis and one with project. The thesis profile is focused on research and leads to the degree of Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.). The project profile will allow you to specialize in a particular area of engineering and will lead to the degree of Master in Engineering (M. Eng.).
Master's Degree in Engineering Project Management with Thesis (research profile)
Would you like to continue into doctoral studies? Or work in industry, doing research and development? This profile is tailored to the needs of people just like you. This profile is also for those who wish to dive deep into a subject.
The thesis project counts for 30 of the 45 credits of this program.
Master's Degree in Engineering Project Management with Project (project profile)
The master’s program in Engineering Project Management is also offered with a project profile. This profile totals 45 credits, including 30 or more credits of courses and an application project which can count for 6 or 15 credits or a 15-credit industry project, depending on the formula you choose.