Business Administration (PhD)
As a graduate student in the PhD in Business Administration program at WPI, you’ll work closely with faculty and industry researchers at the forefront of business innovation in one of three areas: entrepreneurship*, information technology, or operations management.
*The Foisie Business School is not currently enrolling entrepreneurship PhD students.
Application deadline: February 1
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The STEM MBA program combines WPI’s signature project-based learning approach with a blended, cohort-style format. Classes are online with two required in-person classes each semester on Friday and/or Saturday during the middle and end of the course. You start together with a network of peers, work through the program and projects together—and finish with a ready-made network for collaboration throughout your career.
Information Technology (MS)
WPI’s Master of Science program in Information Technology is meeting market demand for IT professionals who are proficient in business, just as it helps IT professionals keep their careers on track.
Innovation with User Experience (MS)
WPI's MS in Innovation with User Experience offers a program in creating, designing, evaluating, generating, and improving innovative products and services. Students use technology, business, and design to help organizations create value for consumers.
WPI’s Master of Science program in Management is designed to help students tailor a course of study to improve their business skills in order to stand out in technology-based organizations. With this degree, and at least two years of work experience, the WPI MBA can be completed in 27 credits.
Marketing and Innovation (MS)
WPI’s MS in Marketing and Innovation is a highly specialized program aimed at preparing students for the challenges of developing and marketing new products and services.
Operations Analytics and Management (MS)
WPI’s MS in Operations Analytics and Management prepares students with the leadership skills to facilitate organizational improvement and the analytical skills to determine the best path to take. Students explore a full range of operational topics, including risk management, lean process design, modeling & optimization, and global strategy.
Supply Chain Management (MS)
WPI’s MS in Supply Chain Management is a distinctive STEM-designated degree program that involves a practical consulting project with industry partners. Students receive the skills and hands-on project management techniques necessary to design and manage an effective supply chain.
These programs are listed with engineering, science, and mathematics on the application form.