Technology Management MS
The Master of Science in Technology Management is a 36 hour (12 Course) non-thesis graduate program. It is designed to prepare program graduates for career advancement and career enhancement in domestic and global technology-intensive businesses and industrial enterprises.
The MS-TMGT program is designed to be an online program. While some of the courses have the option of being taken on-campus the entire program can be taken online.
Master of Science in Technology Management - Option II Non-Thesis
|TMGT 595||Applied Research in Engineering & Technology (3 semester hours required)||3|
Must be taken in the first semester of the program
|Required Core Courses (21 semester hours)|
|TMGT 510||Management of Technology in Organizations||3|
|TMGT 512||Leadership in Engineering and Technology||3|
|TMGT 513||Knowledge Management in Engineering & Technology Organizations||3|
|TMGT 514||Engineering and Technology Project Management||3|
|TMGT 516||Group Leadership in the Diverse Enterprise||3|
|TMGT 590||Technology Management Seminar||3|
|TMGT 599||Technology Management Practicum||3|
Must be taken after completion of major core or may be taken concurrently with no more than one remaining core course.
12 semester hours from the following approved elective courses or specified options:
|ACCT 501||Accounting for Managers||3|
|BUSA 501||Intro to Business Analytics||3|
|BUSA 542||Applied Decision Modeling||3|
|ECO 501||Economics for Decision Makers||3|
|ECO 502||Quantitative Analysis for Managers||3|
|FIN 501||Finance for Decision Makers||3|
|FIN 504||Financial Management||3|
|MGT 501||Foundations of Management||3|
|MKT 501||Marketing Environment||3|
|Any Master's-level non-core TMGT courses|
|Any Master’s-level CSCI courses, excluding 505, 507, 518, 589, & 595|
|Or select from: Environmental Science Certificate (12 SCH required for MS degree, one additional SCH required for Certificate); approved Minor selected from: Educational Technology, Management-Corporate Management, Management-Entrepreneurship, 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.|
TMGT 510 - Management of Technology in Organizations
Examination of cutting-edge engineering and technology concepts, tools and technologies that apply to contemporary technology-intensive organizations. Includes study of organizational structures, effective technical management processes and controls, ethical practices, project evaluation, technology-oriented teams, innovation and environmental quality, Extensive reading, researching the body of knowledge related to the course content and original writing assignments/projects required. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 (or corequisite), or permission of Department Head.
TMGT 511 - Emerging Technologies
Study of emerging technologies and the management, ethical, and societal challenges they pose to engineering and technology organizations. Emphasis on how managers assess emerging technologies, share organizational strategies, make investment decisions, and create organizational structures that can effectively compete in the global market. Extensive research and writing assignments are required. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 (or corequisite), or permission of Department Head.
TMGT 512 - Leadership in Engineering and Technology
Advanced study of the leadership attributes, theories, and concepts found within the contemporary fields of engineering and commercial construction, and within technology-intensive enterprises. Student will be required to conduct extensive reading, research and writing during this course of study. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 (or corequisite), or permission of Department Head.
TMGT 513 - Knowledge Management in Engineering & Technology Organizations
Study of knowledge management and its organizatinal impact. Students will be required to conduct extensive research into how knowledge management affects the contemporary organization. Emphasis on how organizational knowledge is captured, retained, accessed, and used to provide a competitive edge in the global environment. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 (or corequisite), or permission of Department Head.
TMGT 514 - Engineering and Technology Project Management
Techniques and application of managing projects with emphasis on project management planning, scheduling, graphics, quantitative tools, pricing and estimating, cost controls, trade-offs, risk management, contracts, procurement, quality, and other related topics. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 and TMGT 510 (or corequisite), or permission of Department Head.
TMGT 516 - Group Leadership in the Diverse Enterprise
Advanced study of interactive management in diverse organizations. Topics to be researched may include: performance ethics, workplace diversity, workplace behavior, decision making, effective communication, employee motivation, project/work teams, conflict resolution, problem-solving and change management. Students will be required to conduct extensive reading, research and writing during the course of study. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 (or corequisite), or permission of Department Head.
TMGT 589 - Independent Study
Independent Study. One to Three semester hours. Individualized instruction/research at an advance level in a specialized content area under the direction of a faculty member. May be repeated when the topic varies.
TMGT 590 - Technology Management Seminar
Students will conduct an in-depth case study on a topic selected by the program faculty. Topics will vary each semester and will be selected from relevant and timely subjects/technologies. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 (or corequisite), or permission of Department Head.
TMGT 595 - Applied Research in Engineering & Technology
Study of research methodologies, analysis and processes utilized in contemporary engineering and technology intensive disciplines.
TMGT 597 - Special Topics in Engineering & Technology
Special Topics in Engineering & Technology. Organized class. May be repeated when topics vary.
TMGT 599 - Technology Management Practicum
This capstone course experience serves as the opportunity for students to demonstrate and document their program learning experience and mastery of expected/required program of study competencies, goals, and learning outcomes within the Master of Science degree in Technology Management. Additionally, administered through this course will be the Master's Comprehensive Examination that will assess the student’s mastery of concepts taught in the required major core courses. This course is to be taken during the final semester of coursework in the TMGT program following the completion of all, or all but one, of the other core courses. Prerequisites: Enrolled in final semester for MS-TMGT degree and within one course of core-complete.