Master's in Electronic Commerce

This unique master's program will allow you to develop an overall vision of the issues in this multi-disciplinary field, as it focuses on the project management, technology and legal aspects concerning electronic commerce.

By combining practical knowledge with real-world experience, this program prepares you for an exciting career in an increasingly competitive and fast-paced market.

The Master's in Electronic Commerce program offers intensive hands-on training to quickly prepare you for the job market.

  • Fall admission
  • Daytime classes
  • Full-time or part-time
  • 45 credits, including 18 for electives and 8 for a supervised project


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The program is a joint initiative between the Université de Montréal's Department of Computer Science and Operations Research (DIRO), the Faculty of Law, and HEC Montréal.

Questions about this program?

Hafid, Abdelhakim, Full Professor (DIRO): 514 343-2446
Grange, Camille, Associate Professor (HEC): 514 340-3615
Vermeys, Nicolas, Assistant Professor (Faculty of Law): 514 343-6111, ext. 0652

The advantages of studying electronic commerce at the Université de Montréal!

  • Three specializations (law, management, computer science) give you excellent strategic skills in the growing area of electronic commerce.
  • A program that carefully balances practical knowledge with real-life experience.
  • Intensive training (minimum 12 months) will quickly prepare you for the job market.
  • Scholarships are offered to top candidates.
  • The Université de Montréal ranks 42nd in the world in operations research according to the QS Rankings and 81st in the world in computer science according to the NTU Rankings.