Beginning in fall 2014, graduate students can apply for admission to a joint degree program in electrical engineering and business. The joint degree links two of Stanford University’s world-class schools—the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Stanford School of Engineering. A transcript of this video is available here: http://stanford.io/1weayKk
Why pursue a joint MBA/MSEE degree? Brad Bonney, MSEE ’07, MBA ’14, Head of Shared Services, Trust & Safety, Airbnb, shares his insights in a personal Q&A. Go to the end of the transcript (link above) to read the interview.
The joint degree will require three years of study instead of the usual four years needed to complete each degree individually. Students will be equipped to take new technologies from basic research to commercial products and drive future innovations.
Read more about the 3-year, full time MS Electrical Engineering and MBA joint degree program from the Department of Engineering [http://stanford.io/1CxD5MS] and the Graduate School of Business [http://stanford.io/1wb6H1N]
The informational webinar features:
-Becky Charvat, Associate Director, Career Management Center, Stanford GSB
-Allison Davis, Associate Director, MBA Admissions, Stanford GSB
-Jack Edwards, Director of Financial Aid, Stanford GSB
-Katy Klemme, Associate Director of Graduate Admissions, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
-Mary Oleksy, Associate Director, Joint and Dual Degree Programs, MBA Program, Stanford GSB