The Master of Science in Technology Management (MSTM) prepares you to rapidly respond with innovative solutions and help lead any organization in a dynamic, technology-driven, and competitive global business environment.
UMass Dartmouth advantages
- AACSB-accredited Charlton College of Business education
- Limited class size ensures individualized interaction with professors
- Value and affordability of a UMass education
- Taught by leading scholars supplemented by a cadre of seasoned practitioners
- Opportunity for networking and dialogue with other professionals and faculty
The MSTM program offers a unique combination of operations management and management information system courses. Its technological perspectives will inspire you to create innovative solutions to operational problems and to execute inventive new operational strategies.
The program consists of 30 credit hours:
- 8 required core courses
- 2 required elective courses
Core courses focus on
- analysis and strategy
- technology, management, and leadership
- POM 651 Creating Value Through Operations Analysis
- POM 677 Logistics Strategy and Management
- POM 681 Business Analytics and Data Mining
- POM 682 Technology Management Strategies
- MIS 650 Information Technology Management
- MIS 676 Managing Projects for Technology
- MIS 681 Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management
- MIS 685 Enterprise Systems: Theory and Practice
Students may choose two elective courses from the following:
- ACT 650 Accounting for Decision Making
- MIS 672 Digital Economy and Commerce
- POM 675 International Supply Chain Management
- POM 679 Management of Health Care Operations
- POM 683 Managing Supply Chains in Healthcare
- MGT 659 Strategic Management
- MKT 650 Marketing Strategy
Other approved engineering and/or MBA courses
Prerequisite or additional requirements (as needed)
3 required foundation courses are not counted toward the degree
- ACT 500 Financial Accounting
- FIN 500 Economic Concepts for Managers
- POM 500 Statistical Analysis
Learning Style: Online
Online courses are taught by UMass Dartmouth faculty to provide high quality instruction and personal attention. Students have the flexibility to accommodate work and home responsibilities within the structure of defined assignment due dates.
Changes to Graduate Studies admission requirements
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Candidates must submit the required application materials and application fee. Applications are reviewed and judged on the following criteria:
- Undergraduate degree: Official transcripts from all institutions of higher learning attended.
- Official GMAT (or equivalent) test score or GMAT can be waived
- 1 letter of recommendation: preferably from a faculty member or an employer
- A personal statement (minimum 300 words) explaining the applicant's career goals and motivation for the degree.
- Current resume
- Candidates whose Bachelor’s degree was not earned in an approved English language country must submit either the TOEFL exam (minimum score of 80 internet-based or 550 paper-based) or IELTS exam (minimum band score of 6.5)