It doesn’t take an MBA to know that tech is the booming industry in today’s market. But it certainly helps to have an MBA when searching for a profitable job in that sector. And because of the allure of working for tech companies, which offer high salaries and a more egalitarian atmosphere, the competition for new hires can be steep.
Here are 15 business schools that place their graduates in ideal positions for taking a leading role at Google, Apple, Microsoft or any of the many startup companies that will become the tech giants of the future.
The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business
The MBA program here offers six different ways to achieve a graduate degree in business including a full-time two-year daytime program and an evening program that takes two-and-a-half years. While most programs are based in the growing tech hub of Austin, there are also options for classes in Dallas, Houston and even Mexico City. The university also offers a Master of Science in Technology one-year degree that helps students “learn how to identify technologies with commercial viability and bring