Master of Arts in Technology, Policy and Ethics

Master of Arts in Technology, Policy and Ethics

The Master of Arts in Technology, Policy, and Ethics educates leaders who can address the above challenges in an ever-changing global environment. The interdisciplinary program draws on the humanities, the social sciences and management to tackle to most challenging problems faced by our world today. By exposing students to topics related to the ethics, leadership, management and decision-making aspects of technological innovation, the program aims to cultivate ethical leadership in science and technology intensive organizations such as for-profit corporations, non-governmental organizations and the public sector.

Graduates of the program find careers as corporate social responsibility officers, project leaders in technological organizations, policymakers in public sector organizations and managers of non-profit entities, among others. This program can help experienced professionals in advancing their careers in their respective organizations by enhancing their knowledge and skills in tackling challenging problems related to technology, policy and ethics.

Core Course Requirements for Full Degree

CAL 539 Foundations of Ethics
CAL 510 Foundations of Technology and Policy
CAL 529 History of Modern Science and Technology
CAL 556 Ethics of Business & Technology

Elective Classes (Choose 18 credits from the following list):
MGT 609 Introduction to Project Management
MGT 612 The Human Side of Project Leadership
CAL 568 Philosophy of Science and Technology
CAL 541 Sociology of Science and Technology
CAL 541 Sociology of Science and Technology
CAL 555 Engineering and Computer Ethics
CAL 580 Environmental Ethics
CAL 581 Environmental Policy
CAL 8XX - Special Topics in Technology, Policy and Ethics (3 credits)
CAL 9XX - Thesis (6 credits)

Course Requirements for four-course Certificate Program

Required Core Classes (three of the following four classes):
CAL 539 Foundations of Ethics
CAL 510 Foundations of Technology and Policy
CAL 529 History of Modern Science and Technology
MGT 612 The Human Side of Project Leadership

 Elective Classes (one of the following three classes):
CAL 580 Environmental Ethics
CAL 555 Engineering and Computer Ethics
CAL 556 Ethics of Business & Technology

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