At the David Eccles School of Business, we understand that a well-rounded business education is more than lectures and reading. Throughout the program, MSCM students take the knowledge gained in the classroom and put it into practice. Hands-on participation is an integral part of the Eccles School student experience, more co-curricular than extracurricular.

Students will work on more than 100 unique labs during the courses all with industry recognized software (open source, Palo Alto Networks, Cisco, Microsoft, etc.). These labs occur in a virtual lab environment to minimize setup and maximize learning. Additionally, analytical assignments simulate real-world problem solving and analysis.

The MSCM student experience can include engaging in the Eccles School’s clubs and organizations, tackling real technology problems via the capstone, and receiving hands-on guidance from veteran entrepreneurs at the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute. Whether on-campus or off, MSCM students benefit from the intersection of academic principles and real-world application.

Experiential Learning

Admission Requirements