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Part of the prestigious Tufts University School of Engineering, the Gordon Institute aims to prepare individuals to become leaders who can address 21st century challenges. Founded by visionary and inventor Dr. Bernard Gordon, Tufts Gordon Institute is the first school dedicated to teaching engineering leadership.

For over three decades, the Gordon Institute has provided students with the knowledge and skills they need to lead both teams and entire companies. Our graduate and undergraduate engineering management, innovation & management, and entrepreneurship programs are taught by faculty who have excelled in industry, have started and run their own companies and know what it takes to succeed in the business world.

We focus on technology leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship—in classes, hands-on projects and real-world experiences—to provide students the practical leadership tools necessary to develop innovative ideas that will make a difference in the world. Our alumni have become leaders in an array of public, private and non-profit companies representing all industries from biotech to finance to technology R&D.

Our M.S. in Engineering Management program won the 2007 National Academy of Engineering Prize for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education. Whether you are at the beginning of your career or a seasoned professional, our award-winning curriculum and unique approach to leadership education make Tufts Gordon Institute a truly remarkable place to embark on the next phase of your career—and your life.

Designed for You

Programs at Tufts Gordon Institute focus on innovation, engineering management and entrepreneurship

MSIM Program
M.S. in Engineering Management: Designed for working professionals in New England. Part-time program.
Professional Education Courses: Evening classes for working professionals
Entrepreneurship Minor: Innovation and Leadership skills from industry experts
Engineering Management Minor: Leadership and real-world engineering practice