Technology shapes every facet of modern life. Familiarity with the characteristics,
capabilities, and limitations of current and emerging technologies is indispensable
to wise and effective decisions and practices in government, business, and personal
life. At all levels and in all disciplines, careers in industry, government, and education
ever more turn on the ability to see and seize the opportunities and address the problems
that technology often presents. Technological developments are indeed re-defining
those very careers and changing the workplace itself.
Managing modern technologies calls upon a synthesis of tools drawn from many disciplines: science and engineering, computers and information, economics and regulation, psychology and community values, design and assessment. The Master’s Degree in Technological Systems Management provides professionals in all fields and people planning such careers with state-of-the-art concepts, analytical tools, and practical skills for managing specific technological systems and improving their performance. Students may pursue one of three Focus Areas: Educational Technology, Global Technology Management, or Energy Technology, and Policy. Students must complete 6 required course credits and 24 elective course credits specific to their Focus Area. A master’s project also must be completed by students in the Energy Technology and Policy and Educational Technology areas of focus.
Students may pursue:
an M.S. in Technological Systems Management in one of the following areas of interest: