Technology Management

Degree Offered: M.S.

The Master of Science in Technology Management (MSTM) program provides graduate level education for highly motivated professionals concerned with the supervision of personnel across the technical spectrum and a wide variety of complex technological systems. Graduates of this program play leadership roles involving technology innovation, development and deployment of new technologies across a broad spectrum of industries, and decision-making to improve business performance. Students have the option to choose any one of the the following three concentrations: Six Sigma, Advanced Manufacturing, and Construction Management. See the program curriculum guide for more details about the curriculum.

Program Outcomes

  • Communication: Graduating students will exhibit effective written and oral communication skills appropriate for professionals in technology management.
  • Critical Thinking: Graduating students will effectively use quantitative and qualitative analytical problem-solving skills in technology management.
  • Disciplinary Expertise: Graduating students will demonstrate a level of discipline-specific knowledge, skills, and professionalism in technology management.
  • Research/Creativity: Graduating students demonstrate ability to engage productively in the review and conduct of disciplinary research in technology management.


Graduates in our MSTM program find employment in manufacturing, electronics, construction, product design, and many other industries as well as government agencies. Some students choose to go on to earn a Ph.D. degree.



Contact Information

College of Science and Technology
Department of Applied Engineering Technology

Graduate Coordinator: James Kribs

Department Chair: Aixi Zhou

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