William & Mary's Mason School of Business is now offering a concentration in Management of Engineering and Technology Development, as part of the school's Flex MBA program.
According to the school's website,the new concentration is intended to help students gain a better understanding of strategy and decision-making by building on existing technology skills.
The concentration covers a range of topics in project management, analytics, and decision-making. Courses include "Engineering Economics Analysis," "Decision Processes Under Uncertainty," and "Lean Six Sigma Project," among others.
Mason's Flex MBA is a customizable part-time program aimed at working professionals. Classes are delivered in the evenings on the school's Newport News campus. Most students take two courses per semester and finish the program in three years.
The Management of Engineering and Technology Development concentration is the first Flex MBA concentration offered by the school.
For more information, please see the Mason School of Business' Flex MBA program webpage.