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The STEM MBA combines the signature pieces of the Broad MBA curriculum with a significant infusion of quantitative curriculum, resulting in a degree experience that prepares our graduates to pursue both management and consulting positions across the technical sector. A matrixed, cross-functional degree plan, using all five departments within the college, provides our STEM MBA students the machine learning, programming, project management, enterprise analytics and data visualization skills they need, paired with our best-in-class MBA core curriculum experience.

If you are interested in the traditional Full-Time MBA program curriculum (non-STEM-designated) you can view it here.

Broad MBA Core Curriculum

Graduation Requirement 1

The Broad MBA core curriculum provides the opportunity for STEM MBA students to grow and learn with students from the traditional Full-Time MBA program. This 30+ credit experience, drawing from all five academic departments at Broad, provides a strong foundation in Supply Chain Management, Finance, Marketing, Management, Business Communications, and Accounting.

Both STEM MBA and Full-Time MBA Students will be on 5-person student learning teams during the Fall and Spring semesters of their first year. These teams will be re-sorted each semester, allowing students multiple work opportunities with a greater amount of their peers.

MBA Concentration Curriculum (12 credits)

Graduation Requirement 2

STEM MBA students will pursue a primary concentration in Supply Chain Management, Marketing, and Finance. This 12-credit pathway focuses the academic experience toward the student’s desired post-MBA role and industry.

STEM MBA Courses (Remaining Credits; Student Must Earn 61 Credits in Total)

Graduation Requirement 3

Each STEM MBA student will complete their degree experience by enrolling in skill-based quantitative courses from across the academic departments, deepening their technical acumen in many aspects of analytical work. This course list is audited annually to ensure maximum utility, access, and ROI for STEM MBA students.

Fall Semester Offering

Spring Semester Offering

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