The Steven A. Denning Technology & Management Program creates successful, cross-functional leaders in technology and business-related fields. Companies need engineers who understand both market forces and the financial implications of technology investment. Also in high demand are managers who understand the technical aspects of new product development, as well as the capabilities and constraints within the science, computing, and engineering disciplines. The Denning T&M Program builds upon Georgia Tech's outstanding programs and curriculum to meet these needs and create the cross-functional leaders of the future.
The Denning T&M Program focuses on a select group of undergraduate students from the Colleges of Business, Engineering, and Computing who offer interdisciplinary team solutions to real-world problems facing our corporate affiliates. Each class emphasizes experiential learning and includes hands-on elements. Business and engineering students who complete the program earn a 22-credit minor in Engineering & Management. Computer Science and IT Management students earn a minor in Computing & Management.