The M.S. programs at the Lally School are designed to enhance learning in a specific area of knowledge and to create a career path for students who are seeking to broaden their career options in the areas of business analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, management, or supply chain management.
The M.S. in Business Analytics provides students with the knowledge and essential skills needed to respond to the new challenges characteristic of the data intensive, decision-making environments in the world today.
The M.S. focused on Financial Engineering and Risk Analytics (FERA) provides students with the knowledge and skills to respond to changes and challenges that characterize the fast-moving world of quantitative finance.
The M.S. in Management is a general management degree with a specialized focal area. Specific requirements are developed for an individual student or a specialized audience. Students have the opportunity to specialize in one area of concentration:
- Business Analytics
- International Business
- Information Systems
- Supply Chain Management
- Technological Entrepreneurship
The M.S. in Supply Chain Management program adopts a systems approach to provide students the knowledge and skills needed for a career in supply chain management.
The purpose of the Lally School TC&E program is to prepare a new generation of technology entrepreneurs who have an advanced understanding of technology, a fundamental understanding of commercial functions and analytics, and practical experience in the process of innovation and technological commercialization.
Pre-M.S. Certificate in International Business (Study Abroad)
For prospective students interested in a study abroad semester who are not pursuing the M.S. in Management: International Business Concentration, we invite you to consider a Pre-Master's Certificate in International Business.
International Business (Study Abroad) -- June Start Date
Learn more about this program.
See photos from students studying abroad.
Watch videos about this program.
This set of courses and study abroad experience is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and capabilities to be business leaders and technological managers in a global business environment.
The program includes:
- One month of study in Rome, Italy
- One month of study in Shanghai, China
- A culminating week at the Rensselaer campus in Hartford, Connecticut
MGMT-7750 Global Business and Social Responsibility (3 Credit Hours)
MGMT-6290 Macroeconomics and International Environments of Business (3 Credit Hours)
MGMT-6390 International Operations (3 Credit Hours)
MGMT-6940 ISP Project (Practicum in Management) (3 Credit Hours)
MGMT-7120 International Marketing (3 Credit Hours)
International Business Contact: Professor John Maleyeff |860.548.7870 |firstname.lastname@example.org