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The Denning Technology & Management (T&M) Program creates cross-functional leaders of the future through a rigorous curriculum, training in business communications, and frequent interaction with Corporate Affiliate executives.

The Denning T&M Program now has three minors available to Georgia Tech undergraduate students: Computing & Business, Engineering & Business, and Technology & Business. Please find your curriculum based on your major college and concentration below. The chart outlines the classes you need to take in your first, second, third, and fourth semester once accepted to the T&M Program.

The "together" classes, which are interdisciplinary in focus, allow students to study managing emerging technologies and new product and services development. In an integrated capstone project course, interdisciplinary teams focus on a specific problem posed by one of the program's Corporate Affiliates. These projects address problems of significant technical and managerial issues.

College of Computing, College of Design, College of Engineering, College of Sciences, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Together with Cohort Cross-Functional
1 MGT 3743: Analysis of Emerging Technologies MGT 3000: Financial & Managerial Accounting
2 MGT 3744: Managing Product, Service, & Technology Development MGT 3078: Finance & Investments
3 MGT 4741: Pre-Capstone MGT 3300: Marketing Management I
4 MGT 4742: Integrated Capstone Project [4 credit hours]

 

Scheller College of Business - all concentrations except IT Management
Together with Cohort Cross-Functional
1 ME 3743: Analysis of Emerging Technologies ME 2110 Creative Decisions & Design
2 ME 3744: Managing Product, Service, & Technology Development ME 3141: Cutting-Edge Technologies Seminar
3 ME 4741: Pre-Capstone COE 3002: Introduction to Microelectronics & Nanotechnology
4 ME 4742: Integrated Capstone Project [4 credit hours]

 

Scheller College of Business - IT Management
Together with Cohort Cross-Functional
1 CS 3743: Analysis of Emerging Technologies CS 2316: Data Manipulation for Science & Industry
2 CS 3744: Managing Product, Service, & Technology Development CS 1331: Intro to Object Oriented Programming
3 CS 4741: Pre-Capstone CS 2340: Objects & Design
4 CS 4742: Integrated Capstone Project [4 credit hours]
Computing & Business Minor
Scheller College of Business - IT Management
College of Computing

 

Engineering & Business Minor
Scheller College of Business - all concentrations except IT Management
College of Engineering

 

Technology & Business Minor
College of Design
College of Sciences
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts