Online: Technology Management Degree Map
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Technology Management by the Numbers
Industrial Production Manager
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the mean annual salary for an industrial production manager is $120,900.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the mean annual salary for an engineering manager is $163,310.
What You'll Study
There are two degree tracks for graduate studies in technology management. Students can either choose the Plan A option (thesis option) or Plan B option (non-thesis option). The Plan A option culminates with the defense of the findings of an independent research project and a thesis describing the pertinent literature, methodology, and results of the research project. Students often publish aspects of their theses in peer-reviewed journals and present their findings at national and international conferences. The Plan B option culminates with a written critical evaluation on a specific area of study in technology management and a written examination.
Curriculum (33-36 Hours)
FM504 Facilities Management (3) IM600 Managing Technology Innovation (3) IM602 Advanced Quality Concepts (3) IM603 Technology Supervision in a Diverse Workplace (3) IM605 Innovation for a Lean Enterprise (3 ) IM606 Knowledge Management (3) IM691 Understanding Graduate Research (3)
Choose One Track:
IM692 Modeling and Simulation (3) GR698 Master's Final Comp Exam (0) 12 hours from list below
IM693 Applied Research Project (3) GR698 or GR699 Master's Final Comprehensive or Oral Examination (0) 9 hours from one option
IM694 Thesis (3) GR698 or GR699 Master's Final Comprehensive or Oral Examination (0) 9 hours from one option
Choose 9 - 12 Hours (based on track chosen above)
Any course with a CM, EG, ET, FM, IM, MN, TN prefix at the graduate level (500 or higher). A limited number of courses outside of these prefixes may be allowed with departmental approval. Possible elective courses include:
- CM510 Building Information Modeling (3)
- EG506 Operations Research (3)
- ET568 Industrial Controls (3)
- ET570 Energy Management (3)
- EV551 Hazardous Material Assessment (3)
- EV653 Occupational Health (3)
- EV654 Risk Assessment Applications (3)
- EV655 Industrial Hygiene (3)
- EV660 Introduction to Toxicology (3)
- EV661 Business Strategies for Corporate Environmental Management (3)
- IM506 Projects in Industrial & Engineering Technology (3)
- IM515 Advanced Technical Communication (3)
- IM516 Documenting & Presenting Technical Instructions and Proposals (3)
- IM517 Software in Technical Documents (3)
- IM518 Advanced Technical Document Design, Organization and Graphics (3)
- IM520 Technical Training & Development (3)
- IM521 Technical Change & Human Resource Development (3)
- IM522 Technical Leadership in Training & Development (3)
- IM523 Training & Development of Technical Teams (3)
- IM555 Sustainable & Green Manufacturing (3)
- IM585 Independent Study in Industrial Management (3)
- IM617 Manufacturing Resource Analysis (3)
- MN512 Advanced Manufacturing Systems (3)
- TN562 Networking I (3)
- TN563 LAN Switching (3)
- TN564 Telecommunications & Networking II (3)
- TN565 Network Management (3)
- TN566 IP Telephony (3)
- TN625 Wireless Communications & Mobile Data Networks (3)
- TN635 Network Security (3)
In addition to the criteria established for general admission to graduate studies, applicants must have the following:
- A bachelor’s degree in engineering, technology or closely related field
- An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and few repeated courses.
Applicants not meeting the above requirements must have an undergraduate GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale and submit official GRE scores (verbal > 140, quantitative > 153) to receive probational admission. While under probation, students may enroll in nine credit hours of course work in their program area. The nine hours must be completed with 3.0 GPA or higher.
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