Undergraduate (B.S. in Business and Management)
Choose from a major in business with a concentration in Accounting, Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, or Supply Chain Management — or the combined Bachelor of Science and Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree in management and law; or explore a minor in Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Finance, or Management and Technology.
Co-Terminal B.S./M.S. Program
To better prepare students to meet the growing demands of industry and the marketplace, Rensselaer offers undergraduates the opportunity to extend their financial aid and earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years. The co-terminal graduate degree program offers Rensselaer undergraduates with strong academic records the opportunity to study for a master’s degree while completing their bachelor’s degree. The M.S. in Management; Business Analytics; Financial Engineering and Risk Analytics; Supply Chain Management; or Technology Commercialization and Entrepreneurship from the Lally School may just be the edge for your advanced career launch. For more information click here.
These are nine-month, full-time programs designed to create a career path for students who are seeking to broaden their career options through one of five areas:
Whether on Wall Street or in the global marketplace, today’s business leaders must execute with an eye toward constant innovation. They need to be business experts, yet appreciate that multiple disciplines work together to drive constant economic growth.
The Doctoral Program stresses building an in-depth understanding and appreciation of the research processes and skills required for scholarship in finance, innovation management and entrepreneurship.
The EMBA at Rensselaer is an elite program where you join a dynamic group of your executive peers, share ideas and contacts, and learn to leverage the key drivers of tomorrow’s marketplace: technology, innovation, and enterprise. It is a program where you learn to expect more from yourself—so you can expect more from the career you build.
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