The Business of Engineering

Walsh and Kettering Have Come Together to Offer the Tech MBA

The Tech Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree is geared towards individuals with undergraduate degrees in applied mathematics, computer science, engineering, or physics. Students acquire the business and technology knowledge and skills to enable them to develop advanced engineering solutions to complex business programs and graduate not only with the Tech MBA degree from Walsh but also a certificate in Technology Leadership from Kettering University.

Why a Walsh/Kettering Tech MBA?

The Walsh/Kettering Tech MBA combines business and technology education and prepares graduates for senior leadership positions in a wide variety of technical fields.

Excellence

Earn a degree co-created by an internationally-ranked, private business school and a nationally-ranked, highly esteemed, STEM-based university.

Flexibility

The Tech MBA can be completed 100% online (asynchronously or in real time), on ground, or a hybrid combination of each.

Real-World Experience

You’ll get personal attention in small class settings from faculty with decades of experience in their fields.

Technology Leadership Certificate

Earn a certificate in Technology Leadership from Kettering University providing an additional credential as part of the Tech MBA from Walsh.

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Walsh/Kettering Tech MBA Highlights

Leaders from Walsh and Kettering University discuss why this program was created with you in mind and what opportunities this degree could lead to.

View Overview, Courses, and Graduation Requirements

Admission Requirements

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Computer Science
  • Engineering (Electrical, Computer, Industrial, Mechanical, Manufacturing)
  • Physics
  • The applicant must possess an undergraduate degree or higher from a college or university accredited by a regional accrediting organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and U.S. Department of Education (USDE) www.chea.org. Credits completed outside of the United States must be evaluated by an agency that is a member of NACES (www.naces.org).
  • An overall cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.750 or better on a 4.000 scale. (Students with a cumulative GPA lower than 2.750, but not below 2.000, will be admitted provisionally.

The Walsh/Kettering Tech MBA is a STEM designated program. For more information, please visit the STEM Designated Program List.

The Tech MBA is your launch point for careers in:

Technology Leadership
Computer and Systems Engineering
Advanced Mobility Design and Support Systems
Autonomous Vehicle Intelligence
Energy Systems and Sustainability
Supply Chain Optimization

Financial Aid & Scholarships

FASFA

There are many options including grants, loans, and scholarships to help offset the costs of earning a degree. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) to learn what federal financial aid you may qualify for.

Walsh Scholarship

Walsh offers a range of scholarships to incoming undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree-seeking students to assist with tuition or educational material costs.

Walsh and Kettering by the Numbers

The Walsh MBA has been internationally recognized as a top tier program by CEO Magazine for the past three years in a row.

Walsh was ranked #6 in the nation as a “Best Online MBA” by Online Schools Report.

Walsh received national recognition as “Online Masters Best MBA” for 2019.

Kettering University ranked #13 nationally in non-Ph.D. engineering programs in the 2020 U.S. News and World Report ‘Best Colleges’ edition.

Kettering University was ranked first in Michigan and the Midwest as well as #24 in the nation for Return on Investment.

Kettering University was designated a “Best in the Midwest” university by the Princeton Review in its 2018 “Best Colleges” edition.

Accreditation
ACBSP requires new programs to be in place for two years and have graduates from the program before it will be reviewed for accreditation.