Lead in the age of digital innovation
Today’s rapidly changing digital landscape is changing the way industries and entire systems work, even those that have not been traditionally viewed as “digital”. From healthcare and banking, to fisheries and oceans, companies across all industries and sectors are looking for leaders with the technical and business knowledge to help them manage change and identify opportunities in the face of digital innovation.
The Master of Digital Innovation (MDI) is a customizable interdisciplinary program where you will gain the knowledge and experience you need to boost your digital management career. This is a collaborative program where you will benefit from expertise from the Faculties of Computer Science, Management, Law and Medicine.
Whatever your background, you will:
- Develop the technical and leadership skills and knowledge to lead projects and teams in identifying business opportunities and create real value for organizations in the continuously changing digital workplace.
- Learn how to use data and manage the deployment of technology to manage change and create opportunities through digital innovation.
- Be able to apply ethical guidelines and principles in the context of digital innovation to industry.
Create a program that is right for you
Customize your program with certificate, work term and thesis options to make your degree your own and advance your career in the right direction.
Certificates provide you with a distinct set of skills and knowledge to meet your career objectives. We currently offer two certificate options in digital business and health informatics.
Certificate in Digital Business
Combine courses in Computer Science, Management, and Law and become a digital leader who can work in any industry or sector. Explore the Certificate in Digital Business.
Certificate in Health Informatics
Draw from Computer Science, Medicine, Health and Business to learn how to develop and use technology to create a better healthcare system. Explore the Certificate in Health Informatics.
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