Quick Fact Sheet
Master of Enginering Entrepreneurship & Innovation (M.E.E.I.)
Master of Technology Entrepreneurship & Innovation (M.T.E.I.)
Full time: 20 months (pending approval)
Part time: 30 months (pending approval)
Start: September only
Application: Apply online
June 1 - International applicants
August 1 - Domestic applicants
Prior degree: Engineering, science or technology
Tuition & Fees:
Canadian: $6,674.00 CAD per term
International: $11,028.96 CAD per term
Scholarship: W Booth School Leadership Excellence Awards @ $6,000
TOEFL: Required for international students
Location: Hamilton, Ontario (Canada)
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Develop your business while you earn a Master's degree.
Create your own business, and invest in yourself with graduate level learning and development. Whether you are engaged in primary research, launching a business, or have been assigned a marketing opportunity from within your company, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation program offers an environment designed exclusively for real-time venture creation through a proven process supported by academic work.
You'll gain professional skills that will advance your career, learn a well-established start-up methodology, work with academic advisors and business and technical mentors, build your network and graduate as a Master of Engineering Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
For non-engineers, if you have an aptitude for technology, you could be eligible for the Master of Technology Entrepreneurship and Innovation program.
In the Faculty of Engineering, we encourage our students to see not just the technical side of the global problems of energy independence, food security and clean water but as an opportunity to co-create change with our global and local communities for the good of all human beings, society, and nature. Our students learn by doing, working through the program as practicing professionals working on complex, multi-stakeholders problems involving elements of technology, business, and public policy. Innovation Studio builds on McMaster University's longstanding commitment to relevance through community engagement.
Our graduates come with expertise primarily in engineering as well as those with a strong foundation in science and technology. Driven by a desire to work on important societal problems, W Booth students develop a passion for helping people, along with a practical ability to create innovative change.To educate our students in leadership and innovation, they work on problems and issues that are important and meaningful to a local or global community. These can be as broad as perioperative child anxiety, truck driver fatigue, and sustainable development of the local harbourfront. We call these Innovation Challenges. They are an opportunity to work with community to investigate innovation: new ways for communities work, live, and play. View a current list of our community partners here.