Management

Step into Leadership with Confidence

A major in management at WPI prepares students to assume leadership roles in technology-based organizations. Very much a general-business program, the flexible curriculum allows students to tailor a course of study to their career objectives.

In addition to being immersed in the key areas of business, students also develop communication, presentation, leadership, and decision-making skills. Management graduates can confidently adapt to and function within a variety of business environments. They also gain the ability to:

  • apply theory and practice;
  • integrate technology and change into existing organizations;
  • think critically and analytically, define and solve business problems, and work in teams; and
  • learn new skills in response to changing professional requirements.

Classroom meets real world through the major qualifying project (MPQ)

A vital part of the learning experience in the management program, an MQP is typically designed for a real, functioning business. The students strive to produce a solution to an actual management need by applying the skills, methods, and knowledge obtained through course work. An MQP may address a variety of areas:

  • Marketing and website quality
  • Risk determination
  • Market feasibility study
  • Environmental database management

 

 
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Undergraduate Admissions

Prospective undergraduate students can arrange to visit campus, set up personal interviews, learn the detailed requirements for gaining admission, and apply to the School of Business through the WPI Undergraduate Admissions site.