Leverage the Business/STEM Advantage
Undergraduate students at WPI's Business School are immersed in coursework and project-based learning that emphasizes entrepreneurial thinking, collaboration across disciplines, and innovative uses of technology.
If WPI interests you, you’re likely already a problem solver—and your experiences here will help you hone those skills. WPI's distinctive curriculum teaches you how to apply technology-based business solutions to complex issues.
Featured Undergraduate Program: Management Engineering
The BS in Management Engineering combines the principles of managment excellence with a technical approach. Students gain the kind of real-world job skills professionals need to lead teams and projects to success.
The Business School Nationally Ranked
In a 2021 Poets & Quants ranking of the Best Undergrad Business Schools in the nation, WPI is in the top tier earning #20 out of 93 schools.
WPI undergraduate business majors are prepared to integrate technology and change, think critically and analytically to define and solve business problems, and work effectively as part of team.
BS Financial Technology
WPI FinTech majors explore the intersection of Finance and Technology. Our FinTech majors pursue an interdisciplinary curriculum that includes courses of study in mathematics, finance, computer science, and data analytics. FinTech majors will learn how to leverage technology to transform financial systems, drive innovation, and shape the future of the financial industry. Throughout your journey, you can tailor your studies based on your interests and career goals.
BS Industrial Engineering
WPI industrial engineering majors are immersed in current methods for design and analysis of processes; issues relative to design principles, such as lean manufacturing, and common problems, such as materials management, and how to address them; and the system view.
BS Management Engineering
WPI management engineering majors combine business competencies with technical expertise in specialized concentrations and prepare to lead organizations into the future. Many of our Management Engineering majors are hired into leadership programs - specialized rotational assignment programs where the select, new hires are groomed for the fast track to success within the organization.
BS Management Information Systems
WPI management information systems majors delve into coursework and projects that focus on the development, use, and management of business computing applications, blending business, computer science, and training.
Through the university’s BS/MS Program, any WPI student can add a master’s degree from the Business School and, with careful planning, complete both degrees in four years. Please consult Sandy Wellinghoff, Director, MBA and Online Learning, School of Business, for curriculum planning advice. Students in a BS/MS program must meet all of the requirements of both degrees. Students remain classified as undergraduates until they complete the BS degree. See more.
At WPI, a Minor is a thematically related set of course work in an area separate from your major. It typically entails taking six courses and completing a capstone project. These six Business School minors are open to all undergraduate students.
Student Outcomes and Enrollment Data
Student outcome and enrollment data for the Business School’s accredited programs can be found at the links below.
Career Outlook by Undergraduate Program
top undergraduate business schools
best undergraduate business school in New England (#20 out of 93 in U.S.)