Technology Management, M.S.
The Master's in Technology Management
With a master’s in technology management from Florida Tech, graduates combine advanced business and leadership skills with expertise in technology processes to become senior-level technology experts able to meet the challenges of a global organization in a rapidly changing world.
Technology is the knowledge of how to combine processes and things to meet or generate needs at the next level. Technology is more than hardware (product) and software (process). Technology also includes “humanware” (people), which is the developed knowledge instilled in or generated by humans through education. Technology takes you to the next higher level of performance, hence the concepts of high-tech/low-tech and technology transfer.
Technology disrupts. Technology changes. Technology causes obsolescence.
The Master of Science in Technology Management graduate is proficient in global leadership, understands technology dynamics, knows how technology benefits society, and knows how to create a competitive advantage for organizations within the for-profit, nonprofit, and government sectors, including the military. The program creates graduates adept in creating, managing, and using technology to accomplish strategic organizational goals; and develops skills to manage the challenges and dynamics of industries driven by technological innovation.
Relevant Curriculum for Today’s Global Businesses
We are in a technology-dominated world. Technology is the heart and soul of Florida Tech—the university prides itself on being “high-tech with a human touch,” and has been a leader in cutting-edge science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education for more than 50 years. Students earning a master’s in technology management immerse themselves in technology and business strategy, the dynamics of organization and societal behavior, and innovation processes. Designed to cover the operational and managerial issues facing businesses today, the curriculum enforces principles of adaptation that are essential in a career influenced by technology.
The program utilizes practice-oriented projects that allow students to share their own workplace experiences while learning the most up-to-the-minute body of knowledge in the field. For the master’s in technology management degree, students apply coursework in local private, public, and government organizations that want to be technologically competitive in their industry by planning technology programs that are integral to the success of the organization. This trains students to understand and shape technology in the organization and become an agent of change.
Experienced, Dedicated Faculty
Students in the master’s in technology management program receive instruction by professors who bring real-world experience to the classroom, lecture hall, and discussions. Additionally, as part of our capstone project, exciting fieldwork through outside organizational consulting is combined to provide a comprehensive, real-world learning environment. Our small class sizes allow students to work one-on-one with professors and develop a lifelong network with fellow classmates.
Diverse Career Opportunities
Employers are demanding innovative leaders who can improve, develop, and implement technologies/processes in our rapidly changing world. Organizational and managerial expertise is needed to make sure these technologies and processes not only meet the needs of customers, employees, and partners but also leads in the development of market growth potential. With a master’s in technology management, graduates become one of these critical executives and forge their place in the success of a growing company or organization. Florida Tech graduates have access to a wide range of career options as technology and innovation managers who are found in every industry and business sector.