Kettering University’s Technical Master of Business Administration (KU TECH MBA) provides graduates of STEM undergraduate degree programs with a stimulating on-campus educational experience that is at the intersection of contemporary business and cutting edge technical fields. The STEM-designated program prepares graduates who can be ambidextrous with business and technology in leading organizations both as technology experts and digital value creators while competing in an economy characterized by disruptive innovations and digital reinvention & reconfiguration.
The seated 40-credit KU TECH MBA programs contain seven (28 credits hours) core business courses with an additional three graduate elective courses (12 credits hours) in a specific technical emphasis area among the options listed below.
- Data Analytics and Big Data
- Advanced Mobility
- New Energy and Sustainability
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Systems Engineering
- Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Students may select a management internship course as part of the core program and may start the program in any term. Elective course selections in technical emphasis areas must be approved by the Department Head of the department where the course is offered, the Advisor in the School of Management, and the Dean of the Graduate School.