Poets & Quants: Michael Grimes, managing director at Morgan Stanley and an influential Silicon Valley dealmaker, is wildly enthusiastic about a new, shorter route to tech leadership: a Berkeley program that awards dual undergraduate degree in engineering and business within four years.
Business Insider: UC Berkeley’s new Management, Entrepreneurship, & Technology program aims to launch future tech leaders by teaching the wide variety of skills required of them in the real world, allowing them to earn dual degrees in business and engineering in four years.
Daily Californian: UC Berkeley’s College of Engineering and Haas School of Business are offering a highly selective two-degree program — Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology (M.E.T.) — that will begin in fall 2017.
Business Insider: Silicon Valley tech firms hire more alumni from UC Berkeley than any other school, including Stanford and the Ivy League, according to a new analysis from online recruiting company HiringSolved.
UC Berkeley students take part in an entrepreneurial leadership class, part of a new management, entrepreneurship and technology program at Cal that will give students dual engineering and business degrees in just four years.
Shubham Banerjee is a typical teenager—playing football, losing himself in video games, doing homework—except when it comes to his career ambitions. The high school senior says he’s known for several years that he wants to found and lead a company, to be a “legendary CEO.” The founding part should come easy: At age 13, Banerjee … Continue Reading »