Meghan Heavener, first-year MBA student and senior in Industrial Engineering at Iowa State University, is combining engineering with business to achieve her goals. The MBA program only added one year to her degree program, but she hopes that it will add a lot more to her skillset.
Iowa State University, known for teaming up with industry in its research endeavors, is now taking that partnership approach to a new level as the lead institution in the Center for e-Design. The Center for e-Design is a collaborative research partnership organized and funded under the National Science Foundation’s Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers Program (I/UCRC). …Continue reading “Iowa State leads NSF Center for e-Design”
A new master’s program in engineering management will soon be offered at Iowa State. The master’s degree, which was recently approved by the Iowa Board of Regents, consists of 30 credits, split evenly between courses from the College of Engineering and the College of Business. “Creating the program was initially motivated by our engineering alumni …Continue reading “Iowa State introduces new engineering management graduate program”
More than talk, ChE alum Mike McBreen walks the walk when it comes to corporate social responsibility
Iowa State’s concurrent BS/MBA is a winning combination for dynamic young leaders