MBA and Master's Programs

MBA/Masters of Engineering Combined Degree

Combine advanced engineering knowledge with managerial skills for a competitive advantage in the global marketplace. Designed for those with an undergraduate degree in Engineering, the combined MBA/MEng Program positions you to take a leadership role in business.

Partner – Faculty of Engineering

For the past 85 years, the Faculty of Engineering has been at the forefront of research and innovation. With over 3,000 engineering students, over 130 teaching faculty, and eight engineering facilities on campus, the University of Alberta is one of the largest engineering schools in Canada. The Faculty of Engineering has educated outstanding engineers who have helped to build a successful province and a better world. The Faculty has Canada's only undergraduate program in petroleum engineering and has committed to developing world-class research in such areas as pulp and paper technology and process control and micro-electro-mechanical systems. Faculty of Engineering graduate programs are available through the following departments:


Courses

In Year One students study the key areas of business: accounting, economics, finance, management science, marketing, strategy and organizational behaviour. In Year Two the primary focus is on courses within the student’s engineering discipline. Students select graduate level engineering courses from the appropriate engineering department: chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, materials, mining, mechanical or petroleum engineering.

The number of engineering courses required depends on the specific discipline. Students enrolled in the combined program have the option of completing a summer internship in a related field. An engineering project and a business strategy course complete the program requirements.
MBA/MEng Program Outline

Admissions and Fees

Only students with an undergraduate degree in engineering will be admissible to the MBA/MEng combined program.  Applicants would complete one application to the combined MBA/MEng degree and must meet the admission requirements of both the Alberta School of Business and the specific engineering department within the Faculty of Engineering. The MBA/MEng Combined Program Selection Committee consisting of representatives from the Alberta School of Business and the Faculty of Engineering will make the recommendation for admission.

Tuition within the MBA/MEng combined program is course based.  When completing the MBA courses required as part of the combined degree, students would be charged MBA instructional fees (currently $1,221.96/course for domestic students and $2,591.52/course for international students).  When completing the Engineering courses, students would be charged instructional fees of $624.12/course (domestic student) or $1,323.60/course (international student).  Students would also be assessed non-instructional fees each term.  Non-instructional fees are approximately $3,600 over two years of study.

MBA Admissions