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The Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology

Peter Kuperman

The Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania provides an interdisciplinary learning opportunity in which students pursue concurrent degrees from The Wharton School and Penn Engineering.

Students enrolled in the innovative program, also known as M&T, come away with two Bachelor of Science degrees and a thorough knowledge of both business administration and engineering. Most students graduate in four years, but the time required to complete the program varies.

Graduates enjoy extensive opportunities due to their dual knowledge of business and technology. World-class companies make regular recruiting visits to the University of Pennsylvania campus to meet the respected program’s brightest and best. M&T alumni have acquired jobs in fields as diverse as medicine, finance, and engineering.
Named for an alumnus who donated $5.5 million to endow the program, the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology was formally introduced in 1977.
A University of Pennsylvania alumnus, Peter Kuperman founded QED Benchmark Management, LLC, an investment management company. QED Benchmark sponsors a unique internship program for University of Pennsylvania freshmen and sophomores enrolled in the M&T program. Such students have secured employment at companies like Google, Goldman Sachs, Microsoft Corporation, and others.

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