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From the classroom to Silicon Valley, the Ross MBA experience is designed to help you stand out as you recruit for the most desirable jobs in tech.
Add a Data and Business Analytics Concentration to Your MBA
The Data and Business Analytics Concentration is perfect for students interested in consulting roles. The concentration is designed for students looking to hone their analytical skills in an effort to provide data-driven business recommendations.
As part of the Michigan Ross core curriculum, you’ll fully dedicate yourself to working with an organization on solving a real business problem right before your summer internship. Take a look at recent MAP projects in tech.
Take Rigorous Technology Courses
Learn from some of the best professors around in courses covering everything from programming to product management.
TO 513 - Spreadsheet Modeling and Applications
TO 548 - Integrated Product Development
TO 628 - Advanced Big Data Analytics
TO 633 - Artificial Intelligence for Business
TO 638 - FinTech: Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, and Other Technology Innovations
TO 640 - Big Data Management: Tools and Techniques
MKT 625 - New Product and Innovation Management
BL 509 - Intellectual Property Law
Build Tech Skills to Succeed in Business
Explore the intersection of business and technology and develop crucial tech skills to help you succeed in your career. Business+Tech offers a wide variety of courses, resources, events, workshops, and action-based experiences for those at every level of tech literacy.
Your immersion in tech doesn’t stop with focused academics. Outside of the classroom, you’ll have the opportunity to add real-world tech experiences to your extracurriculars as well.
As the biggest career event outside of Ross, the West Coast Forum provides meaningful opportunities for students to connect with companies across the West Coast and build relationships with alumni.
DIAG stands out from other tech- or analytics-oriented professional clubs by providing its members with data-science-focused consulting projects for companies, nonprofit organizations, and government entities.
During Professional Development Week, groups of Ross students interested in technology travel to the San Francisco Bay Area and Seattle to meet with firms and network with potential employers. This past year students visited Dropbox, Facebook, Google, Uber, Tesla, Salesforce, Walmart E-Commerce, Microsoft, Zillow, Boeing, and more.
Four MBA students share their experiences recruiting in technology, while breaking down the resources and opportunities available for Ross students interested in the technology space.
The Design + Business Club's mission is to provide a bridge between business education and design thinking to create adaptive leaders. D+B helps students learn new skills, experiment with new methods, and apply design thinking to their academic and professional careers.
Our Career Development Office will be with you every step of the way to help you find and land a job you love in tech.
With more peer coaches than any other business school, at Ross you’re sure to find a student with experience and insight into the industry you’re interested in. Why not reach out and connect?
These small, career-specific teams come together weekly to offer information, guidance, and support as you prepare for internship recruiting. FACT groups (Functional Accountability Career Teams) are facilitated by second-year MBA peer coaches.
FACT Group Spotlight: Product Management - Tech
Join together with fellow Michigan Ross students interested in product management roles to navigate the recruiting process and keep you on track to meet your goals.