Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business and Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science have jointly launched a Master in Engineering Management Program. A release from Concordia explains that the program will feature 20 credits in engineering, as well as a management courses and two work term placements at the end of the program. Amir Asif, Dean of the Gina Cody School, stated that the program “prepares modern decision makers by providing interdisciplinary knowledge in traditionally distinct academic fields of data analytics, optimization, logistics, decision making, quality project management, and lean engineering.”






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