If you’re interested in both business and engineering, a degree in engineering management may be the perfect fit for you. Engineering management is a rigorous and challenging degree that will allow you to be successful in technologically oriented businesses by bridging engineering and technical aspects of the business world.
To help you graduate with strong skills in both business and engineering, you’ll complete courses from our world-renowned engineering, math, and science programs, along with a comprehensive business curriculum from our AACSB accredited School. Talk about a crazy smart combination of skills for the changing world!
What You Need To Know About This Program
- You’ll graduate prepared to work in businesses where an understanding of rapid technological change will allow you to meet and advance an organization’s business needs.
- The School of Business and Economics is accredited by the AACSB—a distinction representing the top 15 percent of undergraduate business programs in the world.
- Earn a minor in global business to give yourself even more of an edge in the business world—you’ll participate in a study-abroad opportunity and take additional courses in economics and foreign language.
- You can get involved by joining the National Organization for Business and Engineering, or one of our other professional business organizations.
- There will be plenty of opportunities for you to work one-on-one with professors and in small groups, all while advancing your knowledge through research.
- Free help is at your fingertips: the Sam B. Tidwell Student Center provides tutoring support in accounting, economics, and statistics.
- Recent School of Business graduates have enjoyed a 90 percent placement rate in their field of interest—with companies known regionally and internationally—or into top graduate schools across the country.
The Business Development Experience
The Business Development Experience will differentiate your education from other business schools in the United States—we’re the only school offering this unique opportunity. During your senior year, you will successfully complete at least one of the following on-campus business learning opportunities:
- Develop, write, and present a business plan for a Michigan Tech College of Engineering Senior Design Project.
- Manage a Michigan Tech Enterprise; develop, write, and present a business development plan for the Enterprise.
- Manage a portfolio worth over $1 million through the Applied Portfolio Management Program as a member of a student investment team.
But don’t take our word for it; see what some of our current students have to say about the School of Business and Economics.