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Harvard MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences Program
Leading Technology Ventures
A two-year joint degree program between Harvard Business School (HBS) and the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS)

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Fast track your future.

Today’s foremost tech innovators and entrepreneurs possess an advanced blend of engineering proficiency, design vision and managerial leadership. For most, it takes many years to develop this world-changing combination.

Harvard Business School (HBS) and the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) offer a joint degree program which confers an MBA from HBS and a Master of Science in Engineering Sciences from SEAS. The program is completed in four semesters over two years, augmented by summer and January term coursework amounting to three-quarters of a fifth semester. Designed to train future leaders of technology ventures, the MS/MBA program will provide a strong foundation in general management, build design skills, and extend students’ understanding of engineering.

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Get the big picture.

Leaders of today’s most successful technology ventures have united their passion for innovation and engineering with an in-depth knowledge of management and leadership.

After completing Harvard’s MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences program, you will possess this duality of expertise that will be your singular advantage as you tackle the many opportunities awaiting you.

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Faculty

Students in the MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences program will be guided by a team of educators, innovators and entrepreneurs from Harvard’s engineering and business schools.

Meet the Faculty

/ Rob Howe

MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences Program Faculty Co-Chair

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/ Tom Eisenmann

MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences Program Faculty Co-Chair

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/ Beth Ames Altringer

MS/MBA; Engineering Sciences Program Core Faculty

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/ Alan MacCormack

MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences Program Core Faculty

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/ Conor Walsh

Gordon McKay Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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