Technology Management

Master of Science in Technology Management (GT10)

Technology Management
Graduate College 338
Program Coordinator
Dr. Tracy Christofero
Graduate College 338
Areas of Emphasis Offered: Environmental Management | Information Security | Information Technology | Manufacturing Systems | Pharmacy | Transport Systems and Technology


Certificates:Information Security, Technology Management

Curriculum:36 credit hours.

Normal time to complete for full-time student: 2 years.

Program Highlights

Learn how to: evaluate and use technology to meet changing customer needs and markets, weigh the costs/benefits of technology decisions,  understand the effects of technological change on organizations and how to help people adapt to change, learn about technology life cycles and how to evaluate emerging technologies,  explore common problems of management and organizations–and their relationships to technology, understand the interrelationships of quality, productivity, and technology, and network with other professionals.

Program Objectives
This program is for working professionals with both technical and non-technical backgrounds who want a better understanding of technological change and its relevance to competitiveness and business strategy.

Jobs Related to this Program:

For more information,  please click on the links below to the O*NET website supported by the U.S. Department of Labor.

  • 15-1199.09 Information Technology Project Managers   Bright Outlook
  • 15-1141.00 Database Administrators
  • 11-3021.00 Computer and Information Systems Managers
  • 15-1122.00 Information Security Analysts     Bright Outlook
  • 15-1142.00 Network and Computer Systems Administrators

Application deadline for Admission
Fall enrollment: August 1; Spring enrollment: December 1; Summer enrollment: May 1

GRE or other test required None

Program location

South Charleston | Huntington | courses also delivered virtually