STEM Business Degree Programs

Jindal School Business STEM student at career event

The Naveen Jindal School of Management offers several STEM-designated graduate programs and undergraduate programs. STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — programs keep abreast of emerging science-based advances and challenges in the world of business management, offer students flexible and versatile paths, and open doors to highly compensated in-demand jobs.

What is STEM designation?

As science advances and the need for professionals with the skills to solve complex problems rooted in science grows, the U.S. government allows institutions to give a STEM designation to programs that focus on science, technology, engineering and math. This designation is important because the U.S. and global economies increasingly require workers with a high proficiency in these areas.

Though STEM jobs are in high demand, U.S. domestic students have shown a declining interest in the four STEM fields over the years, prompting the government to work with educational institutions to promote STEM programs. Thus, STEM-designated programs offer benefits and career opportunities for all students.

What are the benefits of choosing STEM-designated programs?

Career Impacts

STEM fields offer the fastest-growing professional career opportunities. Choosing a career in science, technology, engineering or math offers future job security, flexibility, job satisfaction and outstanding earning potential.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that STEM occupations will grow 8.8% between 2018 and 2028, compared to a 5% growth in non-STEM occupations, with a median annual wage of $85,000 among these STEM jobs.

Among current Jindal School students in STEM programs, 981 have recently held internships in 737 companies.

For recent Jindal School alumni:

U.S. Domestic Students

STEM-designated degrees offer domestic U.S. students the possibility of academic advancement and employment security. Moreover, there are many options, career paths and scholarship opportunities to take advantage of as a U.S. citizen.

F-1 International Students

Eligible international students may obtain a 24-month OPT (optional practice time) extension to work in the United States.

To learn more, visit the UT Dallas Optional Practical Training page.

Which STEM-designated programs does UT Dallas offer at the Jindal School?

There are nine graduate STEM-designated programs, two undergraduate STEM-designated programs, and a variety of double-degree combinations.

At the graduate level, students may choose to pursue double-degree programs (MS STEM/MBA or MS STEM/MS) and earn both degrees simultaneously. The double degree program provides an opportunity for you to potentially share coursework between the two degrees. To enter a double degree program and take advantage of possible time and tuition benefits, students must apply to and be accepted by both programs.

Undergraduate STEM-designated Business Degree Programs

Graduate STEM-designated Business Degree Programs

Double MS STEM Degrees

Students may choose to pair any MS degree with a STEM-designated program to become more competitive in the job market add depth to their skill sets. Time and tuition benefits may also be possible during your time as a student.

Double MBA/MS STEM Degrees

All of the Jindal School’s nine STEM-designated MS programs can be combined with an MBA for double degrees as well. Learn more about the benefits and possibilities on JSOM’s double MS/MBA degree page.

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