IE Business School Launches New Technology-Oriented MBA

New one-year program aimed at those with a background in STEM and a passion for technology

The Madrid, Spain-based IE Business School has launched a new technology-oriented MBA program.

The new full-time "Tech MBA" program will take one year to complete. It's aimed at those who have a passion for technology. 

The program's content will focus on three main areas:  Business Management, Technology Immersion and Transformational Leadership. The Tech MBA will also offer students the opportunity to pursue one of three specialized tracks: Digital Transformation, Data Analytics & AI, or Digital Finance. Exchange programs will also be on offer, with schools such as Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management and MIT's Sloan School of Management, among others.

Those interested in IE's new Tech MBA program should have a background in one of the 'STEM' fields: science, technology, engineering, or mathematics, either through their undergraduate degree or work experience. 

The Tech MBA will launch in September 2020, and will also offer a January intake. For more information, please see IE Business School's Tech MBA program page.

 


Image: Luis García (Zaqarbal) / CC BY-SA 3.0 (cropped)

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