A master’s in business administration in technology combines a technical background with business, management, and strategy skills. This trifecta is useful in many leadership and management contexts. Tech-focused MBAs are in-demand at both startups and well-established companies and organizations.
Tech MBAs cover a wide swath and include everything from software and security to product development and marketing. This means that professionals looking to combine both hard and soft skills are likely to find an opportunity to apply the knowledge gained from an MBA program.
And with more specific tech-focused MBA offerings being added by business schools all the time, prospective students are sure to find a program that matches their goals.
The guides below look at some of the existing tech-focused MBA options. These MBA guides are broken down by technical domain.
Each guide includes an overview of the MBA program, including specific requirements where they apply. Also included in the guides are examples of what a tech-focused curriculum look like.
Lastly, each guide provides potential career pathways for MBA program graduates. These pathways include examples of the kinds of jobs that MBA graduates are finding as well as salary ranges that are designed to be used as general guidelines.