April 22, 2010
New Master's Degree Program at Notre Dame
See below for information about a professional master's program that emphasizes entrepreneurship in the high-technology economy. Statistics students would be a good fit for this. There are apparently still openings for the coming fall semester.
This year, we have launched an exciting, new master's degree program at Notre Dame for science, computer science, math, and engineering graduates. This program is designed for students who do not intend to pursue a Ph.D. in their field. It offers them a way to apply their undergraduate science or engineering background to the high technology business sector instead. Currently, this program is half-way through its first year, and the results have exceeded expectations.
ESTEEM (Engineering, Science, and Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Master) is an innovative one-year accelerated master's degree program developed jointly by the College of Science, the College of Engineering, and the Mendoza College of Business to address the many challenges engineering and science graduates encounter in today's high technology business world. Focused on innovation, entrepreneurship, and product development, the program is designed to help students translate their quantitative skills to the high technology arena. Graduates of the ESTEEM program will receive a Master of Science degree in engineering, science, and technology entrepreneurship.
If you would like to spend one more year further developing your technology and business acumen, apply now to the ESTEEM Program. Financial aid is available. Applications for admission and financial aid are currently being reviewed. The deadline is approaching fast, but the application is straightforward. For details, please visit the ESTEEM website (http://esteem.nd.edu/).
Posted by kshedden at April 22, 2010 09:16 AM