Purdue Krannert to Launch MBA Program for Engineers and Scientists

New part-time program will be offered in Chicago

Purdue University's Krannert School of Management will launch a new MBA program aimed at engineers and scientists, according to Purdue's public radio station, WBAA.

Krannert is calling the program STEMBA, based on the acronym STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics.) 

The new program will take place on weekends over the course of 18 months, in Chicago. During the program, students will take trips to labs where they can see current research taking place.

No start date has been announced. For more information, please see WBAA's post about Krannert's STEMBA program.

 

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