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Master of Science in Technical Management

The Master of Science in Technical Management program is a hybrid degree integrating technical and management expertise. 

The program provides the technical professional the opportunity to study technical and business relationships over a wide range of issues and topics, such as financial, personnel, technical, marketing and environmental.  You are encouraged to develop a customized plan of study that best suits your ambitions and field.

The program provides structured academic study of management fundamentals and concepts in a technical environment. Most graduates are in key leadership positions in industries in southeastern Michigan.

Questions about the program, please contact:

Dr. David Pistrui, Director of Graduate Recruiting
Graduate Professional Programs Office
Telephone: (313) 993-3378
Email: pistruda@udmercy.edu

Valarie Steppes-Glisson
College of Engineering and Science  E-270
University of Detroit Mercy
4001 W. McNichols Rd.
Detroit, MI  48221
glissovs@udmercy.edu
(313) 993-1128

Dr. Darrell Kleinke, Director of Graduate Professional Programs
Telephone: (313) 993-1140
Email: kleinked@udmercy.edu

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    Faculty

    Courses are taught by experienced Detroit Mercy faculty from various engineering departments and industry leaders.  Classes are frequently supplemented by guest speakers from industry. 

    Industry leaders who are teaching or have taught in the program include: 

    David Carr

    Brian Dodson

    Jim Duprey, Chief Financial Officer, Kirlin Company

    Jerome Gibbs, Executive Vice President, Bing Company and Former Executive Director Product Quality, General Motors Corp.

    Roger Klungle

    Donald Lynch

    Ali Ozbeki, Technical Fellow, General Motors Corp.

    Edward Sprock

    Michael Vinarcik

Graduate programs you may be interested in:

Certificates

Are you a member of Automation Alley?

Members receive a 50% discount on graduate tuition.

For more information, please contact David Pistrui, esgradprograms@udmercy.edu.

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