Apply for UCSB’S MTM

Is your career goal to do something big like manage a technology company?
If you’ve ever thought of working at a Silicon Valley company, take a look at this: Business Insider recently ranked the University of California, Santa Barbara, in the top 10 universities most likely to land you a job in Silicon Valley. Our program uniquely prepares graduates for leadership roles at these companies because our curriculum is completely focused on technology management — not just a few extra courses tacked onto an MBA.

I urge you learn more about our pioneering Master of Technology Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara, before you consider an MBA or a Master’s in Engineering Management. We designed the program with input from Silicon Valley tech leaders. In other words, it’s the equivalent of an MBA for engineers and scientists by engineers and scientists.
UCSB’s College of Engineering, home to the Master of Technology Management, was recently selected as one of the top 20 Engineering programs in the world — ahead of Princeton, Caltech, Harvard, and USC. UCSB is also included among the top 50 schools graduating VC-backed entrepreneurs and innovators.
So why get a Master of Technology Management at the University of California, Santa Barbara?

  • 9-month program
  • 100% focus on technology management
  • Hands-on experience with leading technology companies
  • #8 Best Value Graduate Engineering Program and among the world’s top 20, ahead of Princeton, CalTech, and Harvard
  • A beachfront paradise known as the American Riviera
  • Lower enrollment cost and better pay post-graduation

Overall, UCSB and Santa Barbara are incredible places to be in technology and engineering management. We’ve got small startups and big companies like and Citrix and everything in between.
There are mountains, beaches… and the weather is sublime, with sunshine 300 days out of the year. They don’t call it the American Riviera for nothing.

Now is the perfect time to start planning for next Fall. Applications are currently open and the early admissions deadline is January 15, 2016.

If you’d like more information about our program or admissions process, please contact our Associate Director Yosem Companys at

You may learn more about our program here:

We hope to hear from you soon!


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