Harvard Business School, MIT Leaders for Global Operations, Kellogg School of Management’s MMM program, and the University of Michigan Tauber Institute for Global Operations have partnered for a series of new, joint events showcasing the benefits and value of combining MBA and engineering study.
The events in San Francisco, Chicago, and Boston will inform potential applicants about programs that combine advanced engineering studies and MBA coursework. MBA graduates who took this path in their studies often assume leadership positions in operations and high-tech innovation, or start their own tech companies.
During each event, an alumni panel representing each program will address how joint studies advanced their careers and informed their approach to management challenges after graduation. Attendees will also be able to network with admissions staff and other alumni from all participating schools and programs.
Doors open at 6:30 PM.
Potential applicants are encouraged to register early, as space at each venue is limited. The registration provided is for the San Francisco event.
Harvard Business School MS/MBA Program in Engineering, Design and Innovation Management
Kellogg School of Management, MMM Program
The University of Michigan Tauber Institute for Global Operations
MIT Leaders for Global Operations
Stanford GSB Joint EE MS/MBA Degree Program