Careers in technology can take many forms, from an information technology manager at a consulting firm to a director of data management. An MBA can help students interested in this field understand the managerial and strategic implications of technology in business. And increasingly, online businesses like Amazon and Google are hiring MBAs in management positions. Students who want a better understanding the technology itself can pursue hybrid degree options like an MS/MBA.
Haas’ proximity to San Francisco and Silicon Valley make it an ideal choice for MBAs looking for jobs in the technology field. The school’s top employers include a range of tech and internet firms, such as Google, eBay, and Adobe. Almost 39 percent of the school’s MBA class of 2016 went into the technology or telecom fields.View School Profile
Over 20 percent of ESMT’s MBA class of 2016 went into roles in the technology industries. The school’s elective track in “Management of Innovation and Technology” covers a variety of topics; its Berlin location puts it in the heart of a blossoming tech hub.View School Profile
Some 40 percent of BYU’s MBA class of 2016 went into the technology sector. Hiring companies have included Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, HP, Amazon, Dell, and others in the sector.View School Profile
In the past few years, Mays has placed more than 30 percent of its MBA graduates into the technology field. The school helps MBAs prepare for roles in the tech field through a range of relevant tracks, such as Marketing Analytics and Data Analytics. Top hiring companies include tech behemoths like Dell and Amazon.View School Profile
Smack dab in the middle of Silicon Valley, there’s perhaps no business school that’s closer to the headquarters of some of the world’s biggest technology firms. One-quarter of Stanford’s MBA class of 2017 went into the technology field.View School Profile
Tepper offers a robust selection of electives in information technology, as well as an MBA track in “Technology Leadership.” The school's recently-launched campus in Silicon Valley will only solidify ties with the tech industry. Forth-three percent of the MBA class of 2017 went into the technology industry.View School Profile
Close to Redmond, Washington (the home of Microsoft), Foster is right in the middle of a bustling tech center. With specialized offerings like the “Technology Management” MBA, 52 percent of the school’s MBA class of 2017 went into the technology sector, the highest percentage of any business school surveyed by FIND MBA.View School Profile
Some thirty percent of Bocconi’s MBA class of 2016 went into jobs in the technology or e-business fields, one of the highest percentages of any European school surveyed by FIND MBA. Amazon and Microsoft are among the school’s top recruiters of Bocconi’s MBAs.View School Profile
Over 30 percent of the most recent ESADE MBA class went into the technology sector, an increase over previous years. The school has recruiting relationships with technology firms like Uber, Facebook, and Amazon.View School Profile
Information technology is a $70 billion industry in India, and IIM-A students know this: over half of the school’s 2017 PGP-X grads went into the sector.View School Profile
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