Preparing Leaders in Technology
The Master of Science degree in Technology program prepares you for advanced positions in technology-related organizations, enterprises, and activities. Courses are offered online or on-site at the UCM main campus and UCM – Lee’s Summit. Our facilities are designed to provide students with the opportunity to experience state-of-the-art technology, software applications, and equipment.
Flexibility to Specialize
Join this accredited program and earn your Master’s degree in as few as two years. Students can select 12 to 15 hours of credit from approved electives that allow them to specialize in an area of interest. The specialization areas include: Automation, Construction Management, Computer Sciences, Engineering Technology, GIS, Lean Six-Sigma, Manufacturing Management, Network Security; other approved concentrations are also possible. These graduate electives are to be taken at UCM.
A survey of recent graduates found the average age was 40 with a mean salary of US$65,000 per year. Some occupational titles include industrial designer, construction site supervisor, quality engineer, supply chain manager, Java developer, system analyst, and project manager.
To be accepted into this program, a student must have a minimum GPA of 2.50 in his or her undergraduate major. A student not meeting this requirement may petition the department for admittance on a conditional basis. GRE or GMAT scores are not required. Applicants must submit a "Career Goal Statement", and resume including three contact references. This program also facilitates articulation to a Ph.D. in Technology Management.
Program of Study
(Minimum of 33 Credit Hours)
|Required Core Graduate Courses||15|
|IndM 4010 Current Issues in Industry||3|
|IndM 4260 Organizational Dynamics||3|
|IndM 5015 Legal Aspects of Industry||3|
|IndM 5020 International Technology Management||3|
|SOT 5010 Applied Research for Industrial Technology||3|
|IndM 5230 Seminar in Industrial Management OR||3|
|SOT 5290 Thesis||6|
|*Approved Graduate Electives in Technology||12-15|
|Agriculture, Electronics Technology, Graphic Arts Technology Management, Automation, Automotive Technology, Drafting and Design Technology, Construction Management, Engineering Technology, Fashion: Textile and Clothing in Business, General Technology, Lean Six-Sigma, Manufacturing Management, Network Security, Photography, or other approved department. Graduate electives are to be taken at UCM and may include a concentration of study in Technology.|
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Last updated December 12, 2018