Expand your technical knowledge and business skills in just 12 months
The Master of Engineering Leadership (MEL) degree is for practising professionals who want to gain a competitive advantage. With its unique combination of graduate-level UBC Faculty of Applied Science courses and UBC Sauder’s Robert H. Lee Graduate School courses, this hybrid professional master’s degree will give you the skills and confidence to take your career in new directions.
Challenge yourself to achieve personal and professional growth
Each 12-month sector-specific MEL program was developed with industry partners to meet the needs of today’s forward-thinking organizations and professionals. These cross-disciplinary engineering and business programs enable you to build your professional network, work on industry-led projects, collaborate with talented peers and learn from award-winning faculty and industry change-makers.
Experience the future of education in engineering and leadership
An innovative hybrid professional degree, the MEL combines graduate-level engineering education with executive leadership development. As an MEL graduate, you’ll hit the ground running with the technical and business skills needed to excel in your career and drive innovation in your industry.
Learn from the best
One of the world’s top 40 universities, UBC gives you access to internationally acclaimed faculty and outstanding facilities.
Update your engineering knowledge
Gain the cutting-edge technical skills to innovate in your industry and accelerate your career progression.
Develop business acumen
Acquire the business fundamentals for strategic decision-making and confident leadership.
Expand your network
Study alongside highly motivated peers with wide-ranging professional experience and perspectives.
Connect with industry and business professionals
Learn from instructors with deep technical and business expertise and network with influential organizational leaders.
Experience a world-class city
Live and study in beautiful Vancouver – consistently rated one of the world’s most livable cities.