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Master of Science in

Technology Management

Graduates of our MS in Technology Management program should feel equipped to 1) understand how information systems are designed to support business models and how information technology is used to automate and enhance business processes, and 2) how to best leverage the available technology and resources to define and meet business objectives.

To see if you're on track, read through the program outcomes and required courses and electives below. Please note: students must follow degree requirements effective at time of matriculation. Do not hesitate to reach out to your student advisor with any questions about completing your degree.

Please click here if you are a current student and/or have been accepted for the summer 2016 term.

Program outcomes:

  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of business objectives, strategies and operations to help inform organizational decision-making.
  • Assure the quality of information as well as its value to those who will ultimately use it for decision-making.
  • Develop objectives and strategy for IT that align with the organizational objectives and strategy and identify, prioritize and select projects and investment opportunities to realize the strategy.
  • Lead the planning, development and implementation of IT solutions through proactively building a partnership with all business and IT stakeholders.
  • Establish strong relationship with vendors and service providers in order to create value beyond what is achievable only through internal resources.
  • Think, write and speak cogently and persuasively about ongoing or anticipated work with colleagues, end-users and corporate leadership, and listen carefully to feedback.

Required Courses

RCOM 102
Professional Communications
RMGT 101
Perspectives on Information Technology
RMGT 102
Strategic Information Technology: Operational Strategy
RMGT 103
Strategic Information Technology: Organizational Strategy
RMGT 110
Organizational Leadership and Decision Making
RMGT 121
Organizational Behavior

Electives (choose four)

RMGT 120
Legal and Ethical Practices in IT
RMGT 125
Managing Today’s Technology Professionals
RMGT 140
Management of Virtual and Global Teams
RMGT 150
Social Media and Collaboration Technology in Organizations
RMGT 160
Managing Change and Innovation
RMGT 175
IT Security and Compliance
RMGT 180
Principles of Business Continuity Planning
RMGT 290
Special Topics in Technology Management
RPJM 101
Foundations of Project Management
RPJM 110
Risk Management in Projects and Programs
RPJM 113
Negotiating and Conflict Resolution
RPJM 117
Program Management: Theory and Practice
RSAN 110
Business Intelligence, Analytics and Strategic Decision Making

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