What sets the MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences program apart?

With a host of innovation and entrepreneurship programs, five design cycles, two advanced degrees and the opportunity to tap into Harvard’s vast network of leaders and founders, Harvard’s MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences program delivers an immersive academic and practical education designed specifically for a cohort of approximately 30 students.



At the core of your MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences experience are classes and seminars co-taught by HBS and SEAS faculty and designed exclusively for this program, including Design Theory and Practice and Technology Venture Immersion.



Meet the accomplished educators, innovators and entrepreneurs who will teach, mentor and partner with students throughout the MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences experience.



An innovative program like this is bound to elicit questions. Click below for answers to some of the more common queries we receive.

What is the mission of the program?

The program aims to educate future leaders of technology ventures by providing a strong foundation in general management, building design skills, and deepening students’ understanding of engineering.

How is the Harvard MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences program distinctive?

The Harvard MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences program has a balanced emphasis on engineering, design, and business fundamentals—all of which are crucial for success when leading technology ventures. To succeed, a technology venture must meet customers’ needs, leverage technology for advantage, and have a viable business model. By extension, leaders of technology ventures must be trained as designers—of products, business models, and organizations. The Harvard MS/MBA: Engineering Sciences program conveys concepts and builds skills across three domains: engineering, design, and management.