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The business of technology innovation takes more than good ideas—it takes technical expertise, leadership skills, and the ability to communicate and collaborate across diverse teams. Dartmouth's Master of Engineering Management (MEM) integrates the study and practice of engineering and management to develop outstanding leaders in our tech-driven world.
Dartmouth MEM students the enjoy flexibility to design their own program or specialize in one of three focus areas to gain the technical and business acumen necessary for leadership in a variety of sectors. Within a close-knit cohort (average size is 55), you'll gain individualized attention from world-class Thayer and Tuck faculty, support from assigned mentors, and unparalleled access to internships and job resources.
As a Dartmouth MEM student, your learning extends far beyond the classroom walls. You'll complete industry-sponsored internships to apply what you've learned to real-life challenges at companies ranging from early start-ups to multi-national corporations. You'll manage projects that develop new technologies or transform business practices.
Live, work, and play with some of the best and brightest from around the world, and enjoy being part of a tight-knit community. Dartmouth's MEM program is purposefully small, with faculty, staff, fellow students, and a global network of alumni and mentors ready to support you through your time at Dartmouth and beyond.
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