Business and Technology Management (BS)

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Program Description

Today, we are in the midst of a global technological revolution in terms of Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI: Machine Learning (ML), LLMs (Large Language Models)), Internet of Things (IoT), Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR) within rapidly transformative and disruptive technologies. Every leader must become technology proficient, which underscores the value of Tandon’s invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship (i2e) focus in today’s high-speed, high-tech business world of service-led and socially networked companies. Those who have such knowledge will have a distinct advantage in their careers. The STEM-based Bachelor of Science Program in Business and Technology Management (BTM) offered by the Department of Technology Management and Innovation (TMI) espouses the values of i2e and prepares students to become such leaders.

BTM is oriented toward current and future arenas where high growth occurs, providing students with relevant professional management education and effective approaches related to technology, innovation, information, design thinking, strategy, operations, supply chains, financial management and entrepreneurship. BTM creatively fuses modern business management with state-of-the-art technology management. BTM’s rigorous STEM based training in the qualitative, quantitative and innovative aspects of technology and innovation management includes as central components emphasis upon communication skills in individual, team, classroom and field internship settings.

BTM graduates are equipped to succeed in a variety of positions, such as: technology project managers, tech entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, technology and financial analysts/managers/controllers for various organizations, consultants in professional-service, finance, engineering and marketing firms and business-unit managers for new products and services including a variety of other exciting and emerging roles in large and small companies and start-ups. BTM students are prepared to pursue advanced professional and graduate studies in management.


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