Skip to main content



The Science and Technology Management major focuses on taking new innovations from the idea stage to the marketplace. It is one of the only undergraduate programs of its kind and is best suited to students who are tech-savvy and excellent communicators.


STM students learn how to manage effectively in highly technical business environments. They take business classes at McCombs and engineering classes at the Cockrell School of Engineering.


Please note, starting Fall 2022, this major will no longer be available for BBA students.


Read the degree plan

Students sit in lecture hall at Gone to Texas event
  • See What You’ll Learn

    STM students learn from leading faculty and gain in-demand skills, including: every step in the process of bringing a product to market, how to identify a promising new technology, management and marketing skills, and important communication and problem-solving techniques.
Group of students take notes in class
  • See the Jobs You Can Get

    Science & Tech MGMT students excel across industries and often pursue these careers: Consultant, Financial Analyst, Information System Analyst, Production and Logistics Manager, and Technical Sales and Marketing.
See What Students Say
STM gives students the technical skills and the business acumen they need to be successful in the workforce. It's exactly the sort of well-rounded academic experience that I hoped to get from college.
Aerial view of University of Texas tower and campus

Student Recruiter

Reach out to a student recruiter to ask what major might be right for you.