Join the University of Michigan's Tauber Institute for Global Operations, Harvard MS/MBA Program, Kellogg School of Management, MIT Leaders for Global Operations, and Stanford Graduate School of Business to learn more about specialized MBA programs that combine business and engineering experiences for optimal career opportunities.
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The University of Michigan will highlight the Tauber Institute for Global Operations, where students complete coursework at the Ross School of Business and the College of Engineering to develop dynamic skills in the field of operations, engineering undergraduate degrees are not required for admissions.The program curriculum features industry driven leadership development and a multidisciplinary team project internship.
HBS and the Harvard School of Engineering & Applied Sciences have announced a new joint Master’s Program in Engineering, Design, and Innovation Management. The program will prepare students to lead technology ventures by providing a strong foundation in general management, building design skills, and extending students’ understanding of engineering.
Kellogg will showcase the MMM Program, where students earn a MBA from Kellogg and a Master of Science in Design Innovation from the Segal Design Institute at the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University. The degree focuses on the intersections of business, design, technology and innovation.
MIT will showcase the LGO Program, an MBA-master’s in engineering dual degree. The two-year curriculum features internships at elite partner companies. MIT LGO students develop management expertise and technical abilities as joint students in one of seven departments within the MIT School of Engineering and the MBA program at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Graduates take leadership positions in global companies and small high-tech startups, and anything in between.
Stanford GSB will highlight the MS in Electrical Engineering/MBA. The joint MS in Electrical Engineering/MBA degree links two of Stanford University’s world-class programs — Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Electrical Engineering Department. Students develop an integrated understanding of engineering, strategy, and execution to drive future innovations that increasingly involve both technology and business.
Registration opens at 6:30pm with the program beginning promptly at 7:00 pm.
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