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MBA-STEM PROGRAM

MBA-STEM

At the Krannert School of Management, data is part of our DNA. We look at things quantitatively. Our MBA-STEM program uniquely combines case-based learning with the use of both quantitative tools and computer applications to develop students' analytical skills and problem-solving abilities.

 

MBA STEM Program Highlights :

  • The MBA STEM program is STEM-designated. Graduates may be eligible for STEM OPT extension. Learn more about STEM OPT extension here.

  • MBA-STEM program offers an immersive set of quantitative-focused classes with a solid foundation in statistics, computer applications, and data analysis, along with core business classes to develop students' analytical and problem-solving skills.

  • As part of a leading STEM university, students benefit by learning from world-class faculty.

  • The program offers students the flexibility to choose from 4 concentration areas to provide in-depth knowledge around a focused subject matter, which allows students to pursue courses focused on their career aspirations.

  • The Krannert Professional Development Center provides thorough individual coaching, job search resources, and on-campus recruitment services.

  • Active alumni network around the world includes distinguished business professionals who connect in meaningful professional and personal mentor relationships.

  • Collaborative opportunities with the Purdue Foundry, Discovery Park and other campus incubators and innovation centers are available for students.

The MBA-STEM program is a 60 credit hour, 4-semester degree.


The program offers 4 concentration areas:

  • Business Analytics & Information Management
  • Finance
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Marketing. 


No Cost for Permanent Legal U.S. Residents to Apply to the MBA-STEM Program

The Krannert School of Management will satisfy the application fee for Fall 2019 domestic applicants of its MBA-STEM program who are permanent legal residents of the United States. Applications are requested by May 1, 2020.

 



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