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Serving Industry by Educating Leaders

Tufts Gordon Institute prepares leaders for the global innovation economy. Through directly applicable coursework and faculty mentorship by industry leaders, students gain the skills and confidence to harness the power of cross-disciplinary teams to put innovation to work for their companies, their industries, and the world.

Everything we do, from the MS in Engineering Management (MSEM) degree, MS in Innovation & Management (MSIM) and our undergraduate minors in entrepreneurship and engineering management, to internships and graduate consulting projects, adds real value to our corporate partners.

Our programs are grounded in the realities of business, leveraging insights from industry leaders on the Tufts Gordon Institute Industry Advisory Council and Entrepreneurship Center's Advisory Board.

Partnerships that cultivate technology leadership

Representing diverse industries—from consumer technology to biopharma to defense to environmental services—companies that sponsor MSEM students are leaders with international impact, such as Genzyme, EMC, Draper Laboratory, Astra-Zeneca, GE Aviation, Analog Devices, Perkin Elmer, iRobot, and Pfizer. The combination of a shared technical background and broad range of industries among MSEM students creates a unique and rich learning environment. This dynamic community, combined with the hands-on MSEM curriculum and faculty mentorship, provides your employees with tools, skills, and knowledge to add value to your company both immediately and long-term.

Top companies also regularly engage with our graduate MSEM students via the Team Consulting project where MSEM students address our clients’ current challenges or provide insights to shape future products or services.

Our Industry Partners

Alkermes Inc
Allergan, Inc.
American Power Conversion Corp.
American Science and Engineering, Inc.
Analog Devices, Inc.
Arrow International
Astra Tech
Atrium Medical
Axcelis Technologies
BAE Systems
BD Biosicences
BR + A Consulting Engineers
Brainshark, Inc.
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Brontes Technologies, a 3M company
Brooks-PRI Automation
Cabot Corporation SIE
Computing Solutions
CDM Inc.
China Mobil Communications
Computer Science Corporation
DePuy Orthopedics
Dewberry-Goodkind, Inc.
Draper Laboratory, Inc.
EBSCO Publishing
Ember Corporation
EMC-RSA Division
Fidelity Investments
Foster-Miller, Inc.
GE Aircraft Engines
GE Healthcare
Integrated IT Solutions
GE Water & Process Technologies
Hewlett-Packard Instrumentation Laboratory
Invensys Global Systems
iRobot Corporation

Johnson Controls
Johnson & Johnson
Kleinfelder, Inc.
L-3 Communications
LG Electronics
LIG Nex1 Co., Ltd
Lonza Biologics
Lytron Inc.
M/A-COM Inc.
McKesson Corp.
McNamara/Salvia, Inc.
Millennium Pharamceuticals
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
MITRE Corporation
National Grid USA
Northeast Utilities Systems
Northrop Grumman
Nypro Inc.
Olympus NDT
Oracle Corporation
Panasonic North America
Pegasystems Inc.
Perkin Elmer
Philips Medical Systems
Phoenix Controls Corp/Honeywell
Raytheon RF Micro Devices
Riverside Research Institute
Rockwell Automation
Saint Gobain Crystals
SAP Americas
Textron Defense Systems
Thermo Fisher Scientific
US Army Corps of Engineers
US Coast Guard
USAF, Hanscom Air Force Base
U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development, and Engineering Center (NSRDEC)
USDOT-RITA-Volpe National Transportation System Center
Varian Semiconductor Equip. Assoc.
Vicor Corporation