Graduate Certificate in Technology Leadership
The Graduate Certificate in Technology Leadership is offered by the Technology Management Program in the Department of Engineering & Technology. It is an academic certificate (rather than a certification or professional certificate) that affirms completion of a 12 semester-credit-hour (SCH) program of graduate-level courses at Texas A&M University-Commerce focusing on the concentrated area of Leadership within the broader field of Technology Management. The graduate certificate program is a means by which a professional in the field can highlight academic preparation undertaken in this particular focus area.
This Certificate is open to graduate students in any major or exclusive of a major declaration. Technology Management (TMGT) Majors are encouraged to pursue this certificate in conjunction with their M.S. degree. Students with undeclared majors seeking this certificate who complete the application process for the MS TMGT Degree and are accepted may apply all four courses to their major core requirements. These courses are offered as part of the master's program's course rotation and may be completed in a few as two semesters. Because these course requirements are embedded in the major core, program majors are eligible to pursue an additional approved certificate, minor, or elective set to satisfy the 12 semester-credit-hour elective requirement of the MS degree. All four courses are offered fully on-line.
Application for this graduate certificate program must be made through ApplyTexas. Please contact Dr. Jason Lee Davis, Jason.Davis@tamuc.edu, for more information.
|TMGT 511||Emerging Technologies||3|
|TMGT 512||Leadership in Engineering and Technology||3|
|TMGT 514||Engineering and Technology Project Management||3|
|TMGT 515||Project Management Tools & Techniques||3|
Note: Students must have admission to the Graduate School. Coursework must be completed at Texas A&M University-Commerce with a 3.0 GPA in all courses used for this graduate certificate. (No Substitutions)
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