Students can earn a specialization in Technology Management by completing a set of requirements (both course-related and non-academic), providing you with a distinct advantage when pursuing careers in the technology sector. Upon completion in June, you will receive a UC-senate approved certificate and an Easton Center graduation sash to wear during the commencement ceremony.
Join our student mailing list to receive our weekly newsletter with upcoming workshops/events, mentoring sessions, and other activities we offer throughout the year. All UCLA Anderson students are welcome to sign up.
If you are interested in pursuing the specialization in Technology Management, please indicate this on the signup form and you will be added to the requirements tracker.
Enrichment activities take students beyond the classroom to help them achieve and further develop professional and personal goals. Activities that fulfill this requirement include participating in a mentoring session and completing an academic internship.
Many students fulfill this requirement by volunteering at an Easton conference. Other options are to write an insightful post for Tech Talk @ Anderson or introduce Easton leadership to a potential speaker.
A summer internship in a tech company or in a tech related role is required for all full-time Easton students (not required for FEMBA and EMBA students).
“Although I am an engineer by trade, I had very limited knowledge and intuition of how tech leaders view the evolving landscape from a “30K ft view” prior to entering the program.”
Stevie Rhim (FEMBA '19')
Applications Engineer, Infeon Technologies
“Thank you Easton and UCLA Anderson for a wonderful journey! I think Easton was a big part in achieving my goals and advancing my career in digital strategy and technology management.”
“As a non-tech person before my MBA, I immersed myself in the center's offerings and learned a lot from each workshop and the speaker events.”
Technology and Analytics
- Tools and Analysis for Business Strategy (218)
- Global Supply Chain Management (240F)
- Data Analytics for Marketing & Finance (264B)
- MedTech Innovation I: Entrepreneurial Opportunities in MedTech (271A)
- MedTech Innovation II: Prototyping and New Venture Development (271B)
- Content Creation & Exploitation in the Digital Age (298D-03)
- Managing Disruptive Technologies & Business Models (298D-06)
- Healthcare Analytics (298D-07)
- Technological Commercialization & Innovation (298D-15)
- Advanced Marketing Analytics (298D-18)
- Technology Analytics (298D-18, 19)
- Financial Technology: Cryptography, Blockchain, and Contracting (298E-01)
- Business Analytics with Spreadsheets (407)