Technology Management MS

The Master of Science in Technology Management is a 36 hour (12 Course) non-thesis graduate program.  The program can be completed fully on-line.  Core courses are offered in an eight-week format.

Master of Science in Technology Management - Non-Thesis

Research (3 semester hours)
TMGT 595Applied Research in Engineering & Technology (3 semester hours required)3
Must be taken in the first semester of the program
Required Core Courses (18 semester hours)
TMGT 510Strategic & Financial Planning in Technology Organizations3
TMGT 511Emerging Technologies3
TMGT 512Leadership in Engineering and Technology3
TMGT 514Engineering and Technology Project Management3
TMGT 515Project Management Tools & Techniques3
TMGT 516Staff Development in Technology Organizations3
Practicum (3 semester hours)
TMGT 599Technology Management Practicum3
Must be taken after completion of major core or may be taken concurrently with no more than one remaining core course.
Elective Courses (12 semester hours)
12 semester hours from the following approved elective courses or specified options:
ACCT 501Accounting for Managers3
BUSA 501Intro to Business Analytics3
BUSA 542Applied Decision Modeling3
ECO 501Economics for Decision Makers3
ECO 502Quantitative Analysis for Managers 3
FIN 501Finance for Decision Makers3
FIN 504Financial Management3
MGT 501Foundations of Management3
MGT 581Entrepreneurship3
MKT 501Marketing Environment3
PSY 594Ethical Issues in Organization3
TMGT 513, TMGT 517, TMGT 590, TMGT 597, or other Master's-level non-core TMGT courses.
Any Master’s-level CSCI courses, excluding 505, 518, 589, & 595
Or select from: Operational Excellence Graduate Certificate; approved Minor selected from: Educational Technology, Finance, Financial Planning, Real Estate, Corporate Management, Economics, Economics of US Healthcare, Business Analytics, Cyber Security, Digital Marketing, Marketing Decision Analytics, Applied Mathematics, or Physics; or other relevant curriculum block as approved by the MS-TMGT Program Advisory Committee. Declaration of a Certificate or Minor option must also be approved by the offering department.
Total Hours36

Note:  Successful completion of the Comprehensive Exam is required of all students.

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