Master of Business Administration—TechMBA®

General

Program Description

This isn’t business as usual. The TechMBA® can be completed in just three semesters. Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB), we meet a strict set of standards designed to ensure quality in education and research. Fewer than five percent of business schools worldwide hold this accreditation. You mean business—and we can help you get to the top.

What you'll work on

You’ll not only learn the fundamentals of business and management, but also delve into higher-level courses in communication, technology, innovation, leadership, globalization, marketing, entrepreneurship, and more. Plus you’ll have the cross-discipline advantage of studying at one of the top engineering and technology research universities in the country.

Last updated Oct 2020

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Michigan Technological University prepares students to create the future. At Michigan Tech, crazy smart students do. They invent, design, code, create, and compete. Their discoveries make humans healt ... Read More

Michigan Technological University prepares students to create the future. At Michigan Tech, crazy smart students do. They invent, design, code, create, and compete. Their discoveries make humans healthier and technology smarter. Together with researchers, faculty, and industry partners, Huskies create the future through research—here's how: Print 3-D prosthetic hands from recycled plastic for children in Nicaragua Build Bluetooth bicycle pedals for an improved mountain bike experience Develop cleaner, quieter snowmobiles Test and launch a low-Earth orbit nanosatellite Track predator-prey on Isle Royale Our mission to create a just, prosperous, and sustainable world is expressed through our entrepreneurial spirit—equal parts curiosity and grit. It infuses everything we do. The lifeblood for an MTU Husky? Battling the North wind, trudging through 200 inches of snow each winter, and staying late in the lab to discover that one, new piece of the puzzle. It's hard work that fuels us. Read less