M.Sc. Management, Technology and Economics

ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology | Zurich, Switzerland
<p> The MSc in Management, Technology and Economics is intended for students with a Bachelor degree in engineering, mathematics or natural sciences who wish to focus on business and management subjects.</p>

Description of Management, Technology and Economics

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The MSc in Management, Technology and Economics is intended for students with a Bachelor degree in engineering, mathematics or natural sciences who wish to focus on business and management subjects
In the first three semesters, students take courses in core subjects from six competence areas:

  • General Management and Human Resource Management
  • Marketing, Technology and Innovation Management
  • Information Management and Operations Management
  • Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
  • Economics
  • Financial Management

Structure

  • Core subjects, electives and specialisations from six competence areas
  • Supplementary subjects to enhance the technical and/or scientific knowledge acquired in the Bachelor´s degree programme
  • Industrial work placement of at least 10 weeks
  • Master´s thesis project (6 months, at ETH Zurich or in industry)

Detailed Course Facts

Application deadline 30 October - 15 December for entry into the following Autumn Semester
Tuition fee
  • EUR 952 Year (Non-EEA)
  • EUR 952 Year (EEA)
Tuition 580 CHF + student fees CHF 64 per semester. ETH Zurich offers a number of scholarships for outstanding students within the Excellence Scholarship & Opportunity Programme and the Master Scholarship Programme.
Start date September  2015, February  2016
Credits (ECTS) 120 ECTS
Duration full-time 24 months
Languages
  • English
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Delivery mode On Campus
Educational variant Full-time

Course Content

Core subjects are courses in the six competence areas. They support the ability to think and act creatively and systematically in a wide ragne of disciplines. The courses are distributed over the fourth year. Within the single areas there is a limited choice; core subjects make up half of the courses.

Elective courses:

Students can choose further courses from the course programmes of the D-MTEC and other ETH departments. A certain number of electives must be chosen from within the programme covering the chosen field of specialisation.

  • Programme in the field of specialisation: Individually combined core subjects and electives guarantee an in-depth knowledge in the chosen field. Together with her responsible tutor, the student chooses an adequate combination of courses in her major. The master´s thesis is written in the field of specialisation.
  • Industry internship: The knowledge and experience gained through own practical application and observation form an important complement to the studies at the D-MTEC. The mandatory internship in a firm - either before or during the master´s programme - lasts ten weeks and can be completed in Switzerland or abroad.
  • Master´s thesis: The master´s thesis is supervised by a professor of the D-MTEC. The research can be performed within a private company, the ETH Zurich, or - in special cases - at another university. The master´s thesis lasts five months and constitutes the final part of the curriculum. To the successful participants, the ETH confers the title of: Master of Science ETH in Management, Technology, and Economics

English Language Requirements

Requirements for Management, Technology and Economics

The equivalent of an ETH Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Natural Sciences. See www.admission.ethz.ch/master for details.

Work Experience for Management, Technology and Economics

No work experience is required.

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