New MBA options focus on technology, non-profit management

The Chicago-based Stuart School of Business at the Illinois Institute of Technology has announced that will offer three new MBA concentrations starting this fall. The new MBA options include the following: 

Technopreneurship will cover topics in entrepreneurship and technology. Elective offerings include courses like "Creativity & Contemporary Entrepreneurial Opportunities," and "Creating & Financing New Technology Ventures."

Likewise, Technology and Marketing will delve into the intersection of these two topical areas with classes like "Marketing Research & Engineering," and "Insights into the Next Economy Markets."

And finally, students who pursue the Management of Non-Profits concentration will take classes like "Regulatory Politics & Contemporary Business," and "Nonprofits & the Public Sector."

In all, IIT Stuart will now offer 14 MBA specialization options. Other concentrations available to students include Business Analytics, Investment Management, and Sustainability.

For more information, please see the IIT Stuart news release announcing the launch of the new MBA concentrations.

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