Leadership First

Students excel as tech leaders not by becoming fluent in one technology or another: They learn the art of leadership from professors and practitioners at the top of their respective fields. They apply learnings practically — through case studies, internships and in their careers. The Easton Technology Management Center provides students numerous relevant, tailored opportunities to succeed.


Easton Center offers a variety of courses in technology and innovation. The curriculum is taught by faculty and industry professionals. Students learn about emerging technologies and their business applications.

Speaker/Panel Events

Easton events include showcase events such as the Insights Conference (formerly Big Data Conference) and the Innovate Conference (formerly CES @ Anderson). We also host the Easton Executive Speaker Series, previous speakers include Jeetu Patel, Chief Product Officer at Box, Ravi Jacob (’84), Corporate VP and Treasurer at Intel.


Easton workshops are designed to help students learn skills they will need to become future tech leaders. Our workshops include product management, design thinking, as well as technical topics such as SQL and Python.


Get a deeper understanding of tech and gain an edge by specializing in technology management.


The specialization in Technology Management (the Easton Center Technology Management Certificate) is earned by completing required courses and fulfilling additional non-academic criteria that give students a distinct advantage when pursuing careers in the technology sector. Upon completion, you will receive a UC-senate approved certificate and get to wear an exclusive Easton Center graduation stole at your commencement ceremony.


Easton is closely allied with the Anderson Technology Business Association, our largest student association


AnderTech is more than 600 MBA students strong and is a critical gateway to the tech industry. The club helps students to launch and advance their careers by providing educational support, networking opportunities and career development. Members focus on product marketing, product management, entrepreneurship, strategic planning, consulting, operations, human capital and business development. Some of our club’s most popular events include Tech Treks, Career Night, workshops, conferences and case competitions.