MS Technology Management

Overview

The Master of Science in Technology Management program incorporates appropriate theories and practices used in real-world applications for addressing the needs of modern industries.

The program consists of a core section of 6 courses, two researchbased courses, and 3-4 option specific elective courses. Students can choose among the following options:

  • Cybersecurity
  • Facilities management
  • Industrial education
  • Industrial training and development
  • Manufacturing systems
  • Telecommunications systems
  • Workplace environment and health safety
  • Technical communication
  • Customized

What You'll Do

  • Develop advanced competencies needed by technical managers, supervisors, and related positions in world-class industries and related enterprises.

  • Prepare students to serve as effective leaders, supervisors, and managers in technical enterprises.

  • Broaden the career potential of individuals through the ability to implement systems, increase productivity, and improve product quality.

  • Develop a broad perspective needed for those employed in, or aspiring to earn, positions of responsibility in industry.


What You'll Study

  • FM504 Facilities Management
  • IM602 Advanced Quality Concepts
  • IM606 Knowledge Management


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