Student Profile - Seth Metzger
EMBA Class of
Seth Metzger serves as vice president of engineering for light vehicle driveline technologies and global driveline electrification for Dana Incorporated. In this role, he leads multi-disciplined engineering groups within the organization, develops and executes engineering product strategy, enables global driveline electrification through a core mechatronic team, and assists in securing and launching new business platforms. Since joining Dana in 2003, Seth has held a variety of engineering positions. Prior to his current role, he served as senior director of core engineering and engineering services, where he was responsible for gear engineering, service areas in engineering, and providing strategic planning for axle and driveshaft products.
Why This Program?
“I wanted an MBA to help me get to the next step in my career and to provide greater value to my firm. I came to this program because of the curriculum, the diverse cohort, and the focus on action learning. As an engineer, I was attracted to the curricular focus on system dynamics, data, and analytic tools. I also saw great value in taking classes with executives from a diversity of industries and geographies. I looked forward to learning from my classmates and broadening my perspectives. As for action learning, I learn best by doing and this program emphasizes getting your hands dirty and making mistakes as part of the learning process. I only applied to this program.”