Curriculum Overview

The Technology Management master's curriculum is tailored to the needs of experienced professionals eager to develop new skills in data-driven decision-making, strategic management, and teaming and leadership. Fast-paced classes draw on both the professor's research and industry expertise as well as the work insights you and your fellow students bring to the discussion. 

Core Curriculum

The Master of Science in Technology Management (MSTM) is a part-time program specifically designed for mid- to senior-level professionals wishing to thrive in the rapidly evolving technology landscape. MSTM program seamlessly blends knowledge of new technologies with strategic management and a human-centered leadership approach to help them drive organizational success.   

Course Scheduling

Courses are taken in cohort fashion, meaning each class of students goes through the courses together. This allows for shared experiences from the workplace to shape learning and encourages deep connections between professionals, who work closely together on projects and presentations throughout their time in the master's program. The cohort experience is continued for students who go on to the EMBA program for an additional year.


Year One

Year Two


EMT 740 Team Leadership Development in Technological Organizations  

BIA 668 Management of AI Technologies  


MGT 664 Marketing of Technology 

MIS 710 Process Innovation and Management 


EMT 524 Financial and Managerial Accounting  

MIS 645 Cyber Security Principles 


MIS 760 Information System Technology Strategy

MGT 670 Management of Operations   

MGT 625 Introduction to ESG 

EMT 750 MSTM Technology Management Capstone Project  


EMT 696 Design Thinking


BIA 664 Management of Big Data