Master of Science in Technology Management

Program Curriculum and Description
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The MSTM degree program is built upon the competencies achieved at the baccalaureate level in the technology curricula and thus enables students to secure application-oriented technology-management positions in today's industrial environment. Specifically, this program is designed to prepare technology-management professionals and enhance their proficiencies in the several areas.

Research And Teaching Laboratories

  • Construction Management Planning Laboratory

  • Soil Testing Laboratory

  • Rapid Prototyping Laboratory

  • Cisco Networking Laboratory

  • CADD Laboratory


Research Areas

  • Global Positioning System

  • Information Security

  • Multiple Phase Aerodynamics

  • Operational Research

  • Energy Security & Sustainability

  • Industrial Hygiene


Funding Opportunities

The University currently funds some assistantships and may have financial assistance for tuition remission and stipends. The University's Office of Financial Aid may also have assistance opportunities. Financial aid is based on merit and availability of funds.

Employment Opportunities

Graduates of the program find employment in manufacturing, electronics, graphic design, construction companies, government agencies, and large multinational firms. Examples of companies that hire our students are Kiewit Construction, Balfour Beatty Construction, John Deere, Cummins, IBM, Northrop Grumman, MTV Networks, Accenture Consulting, and Hallmark Cards just to name a few. Many of our graduates go on to doctoral work at universities such as Purdue University, Indiana State University, and others.

Admission

For Admissions requirements, please visit the Graduate School's website.

For Additional Information

Dr. Clay Gloster, Program Coordinator
cgloster@ncat.edu