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Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019, 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM EST

Tufts M.S. in Innovation & Management (MSIM) is an intensive, one-year, full-time professional master’s program that prepares STEM graduates to make an impact in the world through technology. 

Join us for a virtual information session to learn how Tufts M.S. in Innovation and Management prepares you for success through its powerful, hands-on curriculum centered around Innovation Sprints.

Hear current students and alumni speak about the program and how it has launched them into new and exciting careers. Whether you aspire to be a product manager, work in technology strategy, become a data scientist or launch your own business, Tufts MSIM will give you the tools you need to solve complex problems, drive high impact change — and make this a better world.

Leadership + Business Skills in One Year

  • Earn your master’s degree from a top-ranked university located in the innovation hub of Boston
  • The only program that combines lean design thinking, business and financial fluency, data science tools and leadership skills
  • 100% of faculty with tech-based industry experience
  • Practice innovation with immersive, semester-long Innovation Sprints where you’ll develop innovative products and solutions for real-world problems
  • Built-in internship program and career planning series that covers how to market yourself, develop your career plan, network, and interview
  • Option to stay for a third semester to deepen your technical expertise or explore a new interest

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The MSIM program taught me user-centered, rapid prototyping techniques that I’m able to apply in my work. I came out of the program ready to lead and collaborate in the workplace.”

Trish O’Connor, MSIM ‘17
Application Support Engineering, Mathworks

 "As part of the wearable electronics and autonomous systems teams, I am producing research and insights on trends while also helping clients with their business strategies. I could not have qualified for this job without the MSIM degree.”

Hirosei Kuruma, MSIM ‘17
Research Associate, Lux Research Emerging Technologies Group