Master of Science in Enterprise Transformation (MSENTR)
The Georgia Tech College of Engineering, along with the Tennenbaum Institute, College of Business, and College of Computing, is offering a degree program for experienced professionals interested in the multidisciplinary field of Enterprise Transformation. The MSENTR program addresses the enterprise as a system and considers the individual, organizational, social and technological phenomena associated with designing, managing, and transforming large enterprises.
This degree program is intended for fast-rising managers who currently are or who anticipate taking on key transformation responsibilities due to major market and technology opportunities as well as competitive threats and crises. The program is designed for individuals with a background in engineering, science, economics, or other analytical fields, and 10-15 years of work experience. All participants must be supported by their employers. Courses are taught using a complementary case- and lecture-based approach.
For information, visit http://www.ti.gatech.edu/enterprise/index.php or contact us by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), phone (404-385-6013), or write to:
Georgia Institute of Technology
760 Spring Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30332-0210