The University of Windsor now offers a new online version of the Master of Engineering Management (MEM) program. The program is designed to meet the needs of busy full-time employed engineers and professionals seeking to advance their degrees.
Flexible Online Learning: lectures are delivered entirely online except for first weekend of classes each term. Students have access to recorded online lectures after live broadcast.
Live Expert Instruction: lectures are delivered synchronously to allow students to interact with the instructors and other students. Our faculty members are trained to use online instruction technology.
Hands-on Curriculum: courses are designed to maximize student interaction outside class time through project work and experiential learning.
Team-Based Learning: learning outcomes emphasize the need to work in teams. Various technologies are used to facilitate team and project work remotely.Attend an Online Info Session
Mandatory Weekend Residency Sessions
The online MEM option requires candidates to attend 4 mandatory residency sessions on campus. Each session is over the weekend. Full-time working engineers can complete the session without having to take time off work. The residency components of the program allow students to meet the instructors and work in teams to develop strong interpersonal and team work skills. Under normal circumstances, the residency sessions are conducted at the main University of Windsor campus in Windsor, Ont., Canada. Each session will be held during the first weekend of academic classes, for the first 4 terms of the program as follows:
- Session 1 (Program Year 1 – September) Orientation Day & Teamwork and Communication Strategies
- Session 2 (Program Year 1 – January) Technical Intellectual Property Fundamentals
- Session 3 (Program Year 1 – May) Negotiation Skills and Practices
- Session 4 (Program Year 2 – September) Engineering Management Capstone Boot Camp