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"Management Engineering" & "Science & Management"

RubyMooRubyMoo Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
edited September 2007 in Claremont McKenna College
I would like to find out more about these two majors. Can someone tell me what they are? And if the programs are strong?
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Replies to: "Management Engineering" & "Science & Management"

  • RubyMooRubyMoo Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
    How about 4 +1 BA/MBA program? And the 5 year program with Harvey Mudd (get degrees from both CMC and HarveyMudd), forgot what the program is called. I've only heard people talk about EEP and leadership in CMC. There are several other unique programs CMC is offering but no one talks about. I would like to find out how these programs are like, how many people are actually pursuing them.
  • CMCguyCMCguy Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
    Management-Engineering (ME) is a CMC program that allows students to earn a BA from CMC and a BS from a leading engineering school such as Colombia, Harvey Mudd, or Stanford in five years. Students do three years of study at CMC and then two years at an engineering school. Typicaly, a few students in each class do this program, from this year's senior class (who just finished their third and final year at CMC) there are students at USC and Coloumbia

    Economics-Engineering is basicaly the same thing, but only with Harvey Mudd, and you have additional requirments. Not very many students do this program.

    Science and Management is a regular academic major at CMC that combines economics and either biology, chemisty, phyisics, or enviornmental science. A few students do this major each year.

    The 4 + 1 MBA Program is offered with Claremont Graduate University. Students apply during their junior years and take some business school classes during their senior year. They then move on to CGU for one last year. A few students do this program each year.

    All four of these programs are very strong, and very challenging. The kids who come out of them are in great position career wise. This is especialy true with ME and EE as CMC has a amazing econ department and then you get to go on to a top engineering school

    I hope that helps!
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