The following graduate degrees and certificates include courses offered by the Telfer School of Management:
Engineering Management Program (MEng)
The Engineering Management Program offers a Master of Engineering Management and a Graduate Certificate in Information Technology Project Management.
The objective of the Master of Engineering in Engineering Management program is to develop the knowledge and skills of engineers and scientists in the management of people, projects, resources and organizations in technical environments. The program is supervised by a committee composed of representatives from the Telfer School of Management and the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Faculty of Engineering.
Electronic business focuses on organizational transformations based on information technologies. Web-based electronic commerce is having a major impact on the activities of business organizations. A number of different forms of integration among or inside organizations have become feasible, for example: B2B (business-to-business), B2C (business-to-consumer), B2E (business-to-employee), in the areas of customer relationship management, supply chain management, aggregation of information assets, and other areas. Organizations that undertake e-commerce often make radical changes in their business models, and offer new products and services in ways that were not envisaged or possible previously. These new practices are referred to as "electronic business". Therefore, the concept of e-business, as described above, differs from the concept of e-commerce, which targets the technological context of online transactions.
Electronic Commerce is an emerging economic sector experiencing exponential growth. Expertise in Electronic Commerce must combine advanced knowledge of information technology, business administration, and law, all disciplines in which the University of Ottawa offers graduate programs. The Graduate Certificate in Electronic Commerce provides advanced expertise explicitly in e-commerce. The certificate is based primarily on the expertise and resources within the master’s programs in Computer Science and Business Administration while drawing on the expertise and specialized courses offered in a number of other disciplines. The certificate is multidisciplinary and modular: it consists of common core courses, as well as optional courses.
Information Technology Project Management
With the explosive growth in the Software and Telecommunications industry in Canada, there is an increasing demand for qualified professionals in the area of Information Technology Project Management (ITPM). The graduate Certificate in Information Technology Project Management provides the advanced expertise required.
The successful graduate of this Certificate will be well-positioned both to lead complex IT projects and to write the PMI PMP (Project Management Institute Project Management Professional) examinations.
The graduate program in Systems Science is specially designed for those who are interested in the analysis and modelling (mathematical and computer) of natural and man-made systems. It provides the professional with skills and knowledge required to understand, control, predict and optimize behaviour in a variety of fields from engineering and computer science to management and applied economics. An interdisciplinary program of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, it is supervised by a Committee composed of representatives from the Department of Economics, the School of Information Technology and Engineering, the Telfer School of Management, and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
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Thesis Defence of Asha Gajaria, M.Sc. in Health Systems Candiate
December 10, 2013
uOttawa Alumni Event in Silicon Valley
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Health Systems Research Seminar with Ivy Lynn Bourgeault
December 13, 2013
Management Research Seminar with Benson Honig
December 13, 2013
Thesis Defence of Javier Fiallos, M.Sc. in Health Systems Candidate