Accelerate your Career with a Master of Engineering in Design and Manufacturing
The Advanced Design & Manufacturing Institute (ADMI) MEng is offered by Queen’s University and Western University, and is designed for working engineering graduates.
The program is delivered in class, part-time, on weekends and in Toronto. You can choose to complete the program in as little as two years.
This exciting program is designed to give working engineers the technical knowledge and business and management skills necessary for them to advance their careers to the next level.
The ADMI vision is to create a new generation of Canadian design and manufacturing engineers with the ability and mindset to propel Ontario Industry into a world leadership position. The collective resources of the partner universities and industry are leveraged to provide participants with access to an integrated program of world-class technology, expertise and experience, leading academic training, together with innovative technology applications, experiences and best business practices from some of Canada's leading companies.
Students enrol in the university of their choice and receive their Masters degree from the same university after completing nine courses. Each graduate course is presented in two 4-day modules (Thursday to Sunday) separated by a four to six week period. The format and content of the presentation materials is unique, relevant and maintained at a very high standard. Some courses are being modified to run in a compressed format with two 2-day modules (Friday to Saturday).
Darren Meister, Associate Professor, Entrepreneurship and the John M. Thompson Chair in Engineering Leadership and Innovation at Ivey Business School, Western University, explains how ADMI is helping to create the next generation of engineering leaders.
Darren Meister, Associate Professor, Entrepreneurship and the John M. Thompson Chair in Engineering Leadership and Innovation at Ivey Business School, Western University, explores the ADMI advantage in this short video.
David Strong, Professor of Engineering at Queen's University, discusses how to succeed in innovation.