Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology

The Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology (also known as M&T) is a joint-degree program offered at the University of Pennsylvania for undergraduates.

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Jerome Fisher Program In Management And Technology - M&TSI
... Each year, M T hosts a for-credit summer program (Management and Technology Summer Institute) for about 50 rising high school seniors (and a select few rising juniors) who want to learn about the integration of ... Penn's campus and taught by business and engineering faculty, the program also incorporates field trips to companies and R D facilities ... A large component of the program is the group project ...

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