Master in Engineering with a Concentration in Design and Management of Canadian Engineering Projects
Fall: August 1st
Winter: December 1st
Summer: April 1st
Application deadlines for international students with study permit
Find help getting into the Québec job market!
Do you have an engineering degree obtained outside of Canada? Would you like to find a job in Québec? The ÉTS Master’s in Design and Management of Canadian Engineering Projects was created just for you!
By familiarizing you with engineering in Québec and helping you prepare for the examinations of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ), this master’s program will be a great help in opening doors to the Québec engineering job market.
Overview of the Master’s Program in Canadian Engineering Projects
Why choose this particular engineering program? To understand the peculiarities of Canadian engineering, and to improve your employability. In addition, as you will have to complete a technical project or an internship as part of your education, this program will help you to build a network of contacts and ease your transition to the engineering labour market.
What will you learn in the Master’s program?
This program will respond to your needs if you want to bring your management skills to a strategic level in order to design, conduct and complete engineering projects while respecting deadlines, costs, people and quality standards.
In addition, you can choose one of these three specializations:
- Electrical engineering
- Mechanical engineering
- Civil engineering
Master's Degree in Canadian Engineering Project Management with Project (project profile)
The Master’s program in Canadian engineering project management is offered only with a project profile. This profile totals 45 credits, including an application project which can count for 6 or 15 credits, depending on the formula you choose.
Career Prospects for Graduates with a Master’s in the Design and Management of Canadian Engineering Projects
The Design and Management of Canadian Engineering Projects program includes two activities that will assist you in applying for admission to the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ), and in successfully completing the examinations required to obtain a permit to practice.
This Master’s program also includes an internship or technical project activity that will improve your employability and your access to the Québec engineering labour market.