Jim Block (2017)

Two high-demand degrees. One fully integrated program.

This interdisciplinary, dual-degree program immerses you in the top-ranked Berkeley College of Engineering and Haas School of Business.

In today’s accelerated world, it goes unsaid that you need to be ready for tomorrow—now. And you need a fast-track degree program that will keep pace with change. The Berkeley M.E.T. program was designed for you.

As technology continues to advance and product cycles shorten, your knowledge of both engineering and business becomes more vital. The M.E.T. program gives you the interdisciplinary education you need to jump in and thrive.

A Dual Degree from Top-Ranked Programs

At the end of our four-year program, you graduate with two B.S. degrees—a full major in Bioengineering (BioE), Civil Engineering (CE),  Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences (EECS), Industrial Engineering & Operations Research (IEOR), Materials Science & Engineering (MSE), or Mechanical Engineering (ME)  and a full major in Business. Whichever path you choose, you’ll access and learn from Berkeley’s world-renowned faculty and two of the highest-ranking undergraduate programs in the country.

Through the Haas School of Business—ranked in the top three for undergraduate business programs—you’ll gain important skills in finance, leadership communication, marketing and more. Berkeley’s College of Engineering—also ranked in the top three—ensures your technical acumen is robust with its full array of well-regarded STEM courses.

Taken together, M.E.T. is greater than the sum of its parts.

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Hands-On Experiential Learning

But obtaining two degrees is just the beginning. Through M.E.T. you’ll learn real-world lessons with hands-on projects and internships. And here at Berkeley, you can explore and lead through experiential and entrepreneurial programs—like the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation and the Berkeley Haas Entrepreneurship Program to name a few—as well as a vast network of student clubs and organizations.

Berkeley may be vast, but M.E.T. is not. Our small, close community means you graduate with an invaluable network of classmates, professors and colleagues.  As one of 50 students, you get to know your cohort well and develop long-lasting, supportive friendships. The M.E.T. staff also makes sure you receive the close mentorship, career coaching and networking opportunities that truly jump start your career.

“I liked that the M.E.T. Special Topics course was very discussion-based, and I was impressed with the two professors who taught the course. They had a lot of experience in the entrepreneurial world and a lot of lessons to give us. Being able to talk to them on a weekly basis was fantastic.”
Lawrence Zhao, M.E.T. '21