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M.E.T. Academic Tracks

Students can choose one of the six M.E.T. engineering tracks to major in. Beginning Fall 2020, applicants can select Engineering Undeclared + Business as a first-year track. Engineering Undeclared + Business students must select one of the six M.E.T. engineering tracks by the end of their first year.

Bioengineering (BioE) + Business

Prepare for leadership in the biotech industry while exploring cutting-edge fields like biomedical devices, synthetic biology, tissue engineering, and nanotechnology.

Full information on the BioE + Business program can be found in the
Berkeley Academic Guide.

Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences (EECS) + Business

Explore the fundamentals of computer science and electrical engineering, while taking courses in subjects such as finance, competitive strategy, and leadership.

Full information on the EECS + Business program can be found in the 
Berkeley Academic Guide.*

Materials Science & Engineering (MSE) + Business

Develop a fundamental understanding of materials from the nano to macro scales while gaining computational skills and business acumen.

A sample curriculum plan for the Materials Science + Business program is available here. Your own course of study will depend on your pre-college preparation, including AP course credits and other individual circumstances.

Civil Engineering (CE) + Business

Learn to develop engineering solutions to societal-scale challenges that are reliable, resilient, and sustainable. CE is the intersection of data structures and natural environments.

Full information on the CE + Business program can be found in the 
Berkeley Academic Guide.

Industrial Engineering & Operations Research (IEOR) + Business

Acquire skills to design, create and analyze operations that drive global businesses, while preparing to manage and lead complex industrial systems.

Full information on the IEOR + Business program can be found in the 
Berkeley Academic Guide.

Mechanical Engineering (ME) + Business

Delve into topics from robotics to energy science, control systems design to biomaterials, as well as coursework in macroeconomics and marketing.

Full information on the ME + Business program can be found in the 
Berkeley Academic Guide.

Engineering Undeclared + Business

Available to freshman applicants beginning Fall 2020.
Interested in business and engineering but unsure of what engineering track is right for you? Select M.E.T. Engineering Undeclared + Business to explore and declare one of the six M.E.T. engineering options your first year.  A sample first year curriculum plan for the Engineering Undeclared + Business program can be found here. Your own course of study will depend on your pre-college preparation, including AP course credits and other individual circumstances.