Category Archives: Undergrad Information

Explore the Management Major

The Academic Office Building at Michigan Tech during the fall season
The Bachelor’s of Science in Management at Michigan Tech offers two additional tracks for students looking to define and develop their skills—the supply chain and operations management concentration and the entrepreneurship concentration. Huskies of all majors are invited to network with management students and faculty from 4 to 5 p.m. October 24 in Academic Office Building (AOB) 101. You’ll learn about internship experiences, student organizations and courses and career options.

Snacks and refreshments will be served. Contact Dana Johnson (dana@mtu.edu) with questions.


Explore the Finance Major

The Academic Office Building at Michigan Tech during the fall season
A degree in finance from Michigan Tech positions graduates for careers in investments, corporate finance, banking, and insurance. Our flagship program is the Applied Portfolio Management Program (APMP), in which students engage in an entrepreneurial asset management experience managing $1.5 million of real money. APMP is one of the top 50 student-run funds in the nation.

Huskies of all majors are invited to network with finance students and faculty from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, October 17 in the APMP Trading Lab (first floor, AOB). You’ll learn about internship experiences, student organizations, and courses and career options. Snacks and refreshments will be served. Contact Shannon Rinkinen (smrinkin@mtu.edu) with questions.


Explore the Management Information Systems Major

The Academic Office Building at Michigan Tech during the fall season
A degree in management information systems (MIS) from Michigan Tech combines information technologies with business skills. If a student has an interest in computer science and also enjoys working with people, MIS can be a perfect fit.

Huskies of all majors are invited to network with MIS students and faculty from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, October 17 in AOB 101. You’ll learn about internship experiences, student organizations and courses and career options. Snacks and refreshments will be served. Contact Shannon Rinkinen (smrinkin@mtu.edu) with questions.


Explore the Engineering Management Major

The Academic Office Building at Michigan Tech during the fall season
A degree in engineering management from Michigan Tech positions students for management careers in the engineering field. By blending engineering know-how with a foundation in business, graduates help meet industry demand for this sought after major (offered by only two schools in the state). As a dual degree, engineering management enhances other disciplines by providing a solid backing of management, and STEM skills and hands-on experience.

Huskies of all majors are invited to network with engineering management students and faculty from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, October 10 in Academic Office Building (AOB) 101. You’ll learn about internship experiences, student organizations and courses and career options. Contact Professor Dana Johnson (dana@mtu.edu) with questions. Pizza and pop will be served


Learn More About Majors in Business and Economics

Undergraduate students who are unsure of their major, or are interested in pursuing a dual major, are invited to attend the Meet Your Major series hosted by the School of Business and Economics (SBE). This is an opportunity to hear from faculty and current students about internships, courses, career paths, and student organizations.

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Meet Your Major will take place from 4 to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays. Snacks and refreshments will be served. Contact Shannon Rinkinen with questions and see below for topics, dates, and locations.

  • Marketing—Sept. 26 in AOB 101
  • Engineering Management—Oct. 10 in AOB 101
  • Finance—Oct. 17 in the APMP Trading Lab
  • Management Information Systems (MIS)—Oct. 17 in AOB 101
  • Management with concentrations in Supply Chain Operations and Management and Entrepreneurship—Oct. 24 in AOB 101
  • Accounting—Nov. 7 in the APMP Trading Lab
  • Economics—Nov. 7 in AOB 101