Complement technical skills with business acumen
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Mini-MBA™ for Engineers and Technology Managers


Bridge the gap between engineering and business

The Rutgers Mini-MBA for Engineers and Technology Managers empowers the technical professional with increased business acumen. Technical professionals who complete the Mini-MBA program will be better attuned to customer needs and stakeholders’ perspectives, will be able to align technical progress with business strategy, and will understand financial levers and operations.

Typically, there is no shortage of technical skills in engineering organizations. Yet, there is often a shortage of skills that integrate technical advancements with business priorities. Beyond the soft skills of communication, teamwork, and leadership, business acumen is about striving for success based on a deep understanding of what the business really needs. The more an engineer can expand his or her expertise to include knowledge of business operations, the more valuable that engineer will be to the organization.



Program Benefits

Upon completion of the program, participants will have

  • Practical business skills for immediate implementation on the job
  • Business acumen to complement the technical skills on your current resume
  • An accessible network of like-minded professionals
  • A career-enhancing credential

In addition, you will receive a Mini-MBA certificate from Rutgers Business School.

In this spirit of transformation, we have incorporated cutting-edge digital technology into our teaching approach for this program: supplying all participants with their own Apple® iPad™ and leveraging a proprietary mobile application to deliver the course content.



$4,995 per program.


This program has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Labor for workforce training grants. Funding may be available for those receiving unemployment benefits. Contact us for more information.

This program has been approved by the State Approving Agency and the Veterans Administration.  Funding may be available for those eligible to receive GI Bill educational benefits.