Engineering Technology Management, Master of Science (0447)
Anthony M. Doggett, firstname.lastname@example.org, (270) 745-6951
The Master of Science in Engineering Technology Management develops leaders to support the needs of the modern world-wide industry. The curriculum enhances both career and personal objectives. Graduates of the program are equipped to manage organization resources, lead technological change, and strategically integrate higher level knowledge within their companies.
The Master of Science in Engineering Technology Management (MSETM) provides a broad-based core of management competency in business functions, along with a solid understanding of engineering technologies and capabilities. Courses build upon existing technical competency while allowing the student to customize their depth of study in specific management technologies that enhance long-term professional career goals.
Students may choose to takes classes via face-to-face or distance education format. All courses can be taken online. Online courses are delivered via Blackboard or interactive video.
Students are encouraged to deliver a peer-reviewed professional presentation or paper at a national conference of their choosing. The professional association for the MSETM program is the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
Joint Undergraduate Master's Program (JUMP)
This degree offers a Joint Undergraduate Master's Program (JUMP) which provides academically outstanding students the opportunity to complete both an undergraduate and graduate degree in approximately five years. Contact the graduate program coordinator for additional information.
Completion the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), GMAT or equivalent. A minimum GRE score of 140 verbal is required and a quantitative score of 140 is preferred with a score of 2.5 or higher for analytical writing. International students must also provide evidence of an ability to communicate effectively in English, as demonstrated by and IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent.
Please refer to the admission section of this catalog for Graduate School admission requirements.
Program Requirements (33 hours)
|AMS 571||Research Methods in Technology Management||3|
|AMS 520||Resource Management||3|
|AMS 590||Operations Leadership||3|
|AMS 655||Project Management||3|
|AMS 671||Quality Management||3|
|AMS 599||Thesis Research and Writing||6|
|Select 12 hours from the following:||12|
|Automated Data Collection Systems|
|Theory of Constraints|
|Six Sigma Quality|
|Legal and Ethical Issues in Technology|
|Supply Chain Management|
Students are required to complete an oral defense of their thesis and complete a comprehensive written exam of their coursework.