Undergraduates currently enrolled at The University of Texas at Austin who wish to change to a business major need to apply for an internal transfer. Internal transfer applicants are students currently enrolled at The University of Texas at Austin who are seeking to transfer within or into a major in the McCombs School of Business. Find out more about the internal transfer process, including the procedures, requirements to apply, historical summary of acceptance, and additional opportunities.
Prospective University of Texas at Austin students should visit to learn about the application process and how to declare a major.
View the science and technology management degree plan to learn more about the required courses for the science and technology management program.
STM students are required to take the following business and engineering courses.
- OM 337.5: Project Management
- ACC 329: Managerial Accounting & Control
- FIN 374C: Financial Plan/Policy for Large Corps./FIN 374S: Entrepreneurial Finance
- MAN 374: Strategy/MIS 375: Strategic IT Mgmt
- Internship or Practicum (Operations Management or Management Information Systems)
- Mechanical Engineering Base - EM 306: Statics or ME 320: Applied Thermodynamics
- Computer Engineering Base - EE 306: Intro to Computer Systems
- Electrical Engineering Base - EE 302: Intro to Electrical & Computer Engr.
- Engineering Capstone - ME 375K: Prodn. Engr. Mgt. or ES 377: One-Semester Startup or ASE 374K: Space Systems Engr.
Students who enjoy high-tech environments, and want an edge in getting jobs in technical or consulting industries, will benefit from the STM program. STM graduates are in high demand for careers like financial management in technology firms, consulting in MIS/business/strategy, program management at technical firms (including project/procurement managers in the supply chain space), and the emerging field of quantitative analysis. Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, Deloitte, Intel, Shell, Target and Texas Instruments are all companies that have hired students from the program.
- Quantitative skills
- Designing and improving systems
- Understanding engineering principles applicable to business ranging from product design to organizational management
- Computer literacy
- Written and verbal communication skills
- Interest in the technical aspects of business
- Ability to problem solve
- Interest in science & mathematics