The Master of Science in Technology Management is designed to provide students with a graduate management education that will help them further their leadership careers in technology and technology-oriented businesses and organizations. With technology innovation and commercialization occurring at an increasing pace and industries becoming more networked and global, business success depends on the successful management of technology. Companies are succeeding with rapid innovation, insightful technology integration, creation of focused technology organizations, and skillful management of complexity. The program addresses how to succeed in this marketplace and emphasizes leadership and management; special considerations of technology innovation, commercialization, introduction, and integration; and methods and approaches of systems thinking.
The program, designed for working professionals, starts in January and lasts for 16 months. Classes are held on the Arlington Campus on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The program is 36 credits and includes a capstone project and an international residency. The international residency is approximately 8 days abroad focusing on global topics in technology management.
All students registering for School of Business graduate courses must have graduate standing. Non-degree student status is not available.
Full eligibility and admission requirements can be viewed here.
Students are responsible for familiarization and compliance with the university's Graduate Policies.
Total credits: 36
|TECM 601||Business Models||1|
|TECM 603||IT Leadership and the Global CIO||1|
|TECM 611||Leadership and Change Management||2|
|TECM 614||Financial and Cost Accounting||2|
|TECM 620||Economics of Global Technology Management||1|
|TECM 635||Decision Models for Technology Management||1|
|TECM 641||Negotiation and Conflict Management||1|
|TECM 643||Managerial Finance||2|
|TECM 702||Building High Performance Global Teams||2|
|TECM 704||Management of Technology Projects and Portfolios||2|
|TECM 711||Deriving Strategic Value from IT Investments||2|
|TECM 720||Competitive Strategy in Technology Industries||2|
|TECM 721||Digital Transformation||2|
|TECM 735||Technology Management Capstone Project||0|
|TECM 741||Marketing of Innovations and Technology||2|
|TECM 745||Leading and Managing IT Operations||2|
|TECM 746||Enterprise Architecture and IT Governance||2|
|TECM 747||Information Assurance and Security Management||2|
|TECM 749||Developing and Emerging Technologies||2|
|TECM 752||Global Technology Management||3|
|TECM 753||Global Leadership Perspectives||2|