Bakaya: What you miss with an online engineering masters


August 22, 2014

When MIT MBA student Priyanka Bakaya sat in on her chemical engineering friend’s class on Energy Ventures, a light bulb went off. She was finally able to see a path towards her entrepreneurship. Remembering her family friend Percy Kean’s invention for depolymerization, she signed into the program and started her own company. This type of connection would not have been possible taking a masters online. There is no easy way to “sit-in” on a class online like Bakaya did in real life. Typically everything is password protected and gated within online classrooms. Without coming to class, her first PK Clean depolymerisation plant in Salt Lake City might have remained a dream. To continue reading visit engineering.com.

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