Steven A. Denning Technology & Management Program
Developing Multi-Disciplinary Problem Solvers
The Steven A. Denning Technology & Management (T&M) Program is a two-year course of study at Georgia Tech where undergraduate students learn together in an integrated program while preserving disciplinary depth in their major fields of study. The emphasis is on experiential learning and the inclusion of hands-on elements in the program's 22 credits of courses. Students also work together in interdisciplinary teams to develop comprehensive solutions to real-world problems sponsored by the program's corporate affiliates.
Your Major Means More With T&M
4 Semesters, 22 Credits, Hybrid Career Opportunities
Minor in Computing & Business
For College of Computing students and Scheller College of Business students with a concentration in Information Technology Management.
Minor in Engineering & Business
For other Business students and College of Engineering students.
Minor in Technology & Business
For students from the College of Design, the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, and the College of Sciences.
Students, Alumni, and Corporate Affiliates Discuss the Benefits of the Denning T&M Program
“T&M students have very different paradigms than we do, they have very different ways of assimilating data than we do, and they are often extremely capable of finding things that we tend to walk past every day that add significant value to both the project and to us as corporate sponsors.”
– Doug Sawyer, Retired Vice President, Long Term Asset Strategy, Georgia-Pacific