Dear prospective students, parents, and business community,
Here at Martin Tuchman School of Management, we have built an outstanding community of learners, educators, and practitioners keen to support our technology-focused experiential learning. Driven by our mission and strategic priorities during these unprecedented times, we have focused on our strengths in business and technical knowledge by aligning and leveraging our intellectual capital to seize opportunities to continue our growth trajectory.
The ranking of our entrepreneurship program in the Top 50 (by The Princeton Review) for three consecutive years in the nation highlights the value and quality of our programs. Our degree programs serve to meet the need for managers, professionals, and leaders who understand and can utilize the critical connections between technology and business. Our new BS program in FinTech, or financial technology, disrupted how we teach finance. Profeta Real Estate Technology, Design, and Innovation Center advances research and teaching in Proptech, or property technology, which comprises all the tech tools Real Estate experts use to automate how people buy and sell, market, and manage a property. Our recently revised STEM-focused MBA program provides career-ready managers for technology firms. The Business Data Science Ph.D. program we offer closes the gap between computer science and business education and prepares next-generation business faculty. Our new simulation lab, the state-of-the-art Leir Data Observatory, the Cassetta Bloomberg Financial Analysis Lab, and the Neural-Analytics in Business Lab are pioneering resources available to our students and unique for a business school.
As we iterate in our social impact statement, our compassion is on leveraging our intellectual capital in the areas of innovation management, technological entrepreneurship, and advanced analytical methods. I am proud of our faculty and students who push us to be at the next frontier in business education that benefits society and mitigates economic and social inequality.
I hope you get a chance to visit this excellent institute to learn more about the success stories of our students, faculty, and staff, who make all the difference every day.