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The Carlson School is ranked No. 3 among the best business schools in the nation for information systems (U.S. News & World Report). The Carlson MBA program provides everything you need to break into or accelerate your career in technology; a world-class technology and business management curriculum, career treks to Silicon Valley and Seattle, business technology club events, supportive alumni, specialized coaching, networking opportunities, and more.
Technology Career Opportunities
Carlson MBAs receive offers from some of the most innovative and fastest growing tech companies in the world. A sampling of companies that hired a recent Carlson MBA:
Technology Consulting Firms
The Carlson School’s large and active alumni network has deep knowledge and ties in the technology sector. Carlson MBA students also become part of the broader University of Minnesota community, which includes hundreds of alumni at startups and top tech companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Facebook.
SVP, Product Management, Salesforce
Head of Industry – Branding, Google
The Carlson MBA curriculum provide students with the tools, knowledge, and experience to lead in a data-driven, digital age.
3 Enterprises – Ventures, Consulting, Brand
Popular MBA Courses
Access Business Analytics Courses
Learn from the best.
Board of Overseers Professorship in Information and Decision Sciences
Technology Beyond the Classroom
Business Technology Club (BTC)
The Business Technology Club is a student-led organization committed to connecting Carlson MBA students with employment and educational opportunities in high-technology and tech consulting.
Featured Events & Activities
Carlson Goes West (Career Trek)
An annual MBA career trek led by the Graduate Business Career Center (GBCC) that takes place in the fall. Carlson MBAs have the opportunity to visit leading companies, network with distinguished alumni, and explore career opportunities in San Francisco, Seattle, or both. Recent company site visits have included LinkedIn, Twitter, Amazon, Microsoft, Sephora and Seagate.
Tech Cities brings together professionals, digital thought leaders, and educators to the Carlson School campus to help chart the future of Minnesota tech.