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Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA
mgt.gatech.edu
Tuition: N.A.

Why we chose it: Georgia Tech aims to turn engineers into businesspeople through its Program for Engineering Entrepreneurship, which is aimed at graduate students in biotech, civil and electrical engineering, and science Ph.D.'s who are interested in creating licensable innovations or forming a technology-based start-up. Classes touch on the basics, such as finance, negotiation, and teamwork, but also drill down into more specialized topics, such as managing the resources of a technological firm and addressing legal issues in engineering entrepreneurship.

Also appears in:  MBAs


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