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The Lally School of Management at Rensselaer

The Lally School of Management at Rensselaer

Over the last five years, the Lally School has solidified its award-winning undergraduate and doctoral programs, redefined the MBA for a rapidly changing world, and developed groundbreaking nine-month graduate programs in business analytics; supply chain management; technology commercialization and entrepreneurship; quantitative finance and risk analytics; and management.

At every stage, Lally students apply data analytics using powerful computing resources, interface with leading scientists, engineers, managers and entrepreneurs, and apply cutting-edge management research to solve real-world business challenges.

Program Spotlight

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

Gain a competitive advantage as an analytical, flexible, quantitatively-skilled, and globally-aware supply chain expert… in a field estimated to grow by 26 percent from 2010 to 2020.

Master of Science in Business Analytics

Firsthand experience and knowledged required to succeed in analytics jobs spanning a range of industries.

Master of Business Administration

An opportunity to apply leading edge business practices to real world problems.

Lally News & Events

  • Rensselaer Lally School graduates are in strong demand in the marketplace.

  • Lally QFRA, Undergraduate Finance Programs Partner with CFA Institute

  • Rensselaer Lally placed in the Top 30 of best national quant programs in the 2015 QuantNet rankings for its M.S. in Quantitative Finance and Risk Analytics.

  • Rensselaer alumnus and supply chain expert, Peter Vanderminden ’78, discusses integrating physical and digital supply chains.

  • Professor Edirisinghe to chair the prestigious INFORMS conference in Nov.


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