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Technical Management Program Description


Increasing demands have been placed upon the top performing technologists; to become innovation managers and chief operating officers.  An effective response to these demands is the graduate-level combination of managerial and technical education with a Master of Science in Technical Management.


The state-of-the-art program is designed for practicing engineers, scientists, technical specialists, and managers to dramatically enrich their current technical and business skills expected of today's leaders.

The program is an interdisciplinary program - a rich and balanced blend of technical and management courses as well as the treatment of fundamental, current and evolving practices.  It equips the future executive with skills to face the challenges and opportunities offered by global competition.  It is a dynamic program.  The curriculum is continuously enhanced to meet the new and evolving technical and business challenges.

The Master of Science in Technical Management Program is distinctive in its curriculum responsiveness to the evolving global challenges.  The courses are taught by both seasoned faculty and by industry leaders who bring the real world expertise to the classroom.

In partnership with the International Quality Federation (IQF), the program provides options for Six Sigma Green Belt and Black Belt Certification. The certification itself is earned through IQF.  These courses are open to non-MSTM students.


The  program objectives of the program are as follows:

  • To provide graduates with a unique set of technical and management skills.
  • To equip graduates to recognize the effects of new technology on management issues and tools and processes to leverage them.
  • To provide graduates with both an ability to apply technical principles and a skill to organize and direct technical projects.
  • To provide the management tools needed to function competitively in today's challenging times.
  • To foster innovation and creativity.

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