Management of Technology


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Objective

The MS in Management of Technology program (MOT) is designed for individuals with a strategic mindset who want to fine-tune their communications skills and the ability to drive enhanced business performance through the use of technology.

The MS in MOT program consists of lectures, group discussions, case studies, and projects to form the basis and demonstrate the effects of technological changes in various parts of business activities and ways and means for dealing with them. Integration of new and advanced technologies in various industries is discussed and demonstrated.

Industry Advisory Board

The MS program is informed by an industry advisory board with significant experience in industrial engineering. To view the MS in Management of Technology Program advisory board, please click here.

General Requirements

Students enrolled in the MS in Management of Technology are required to complete 36 course credits.

Required Courses – 17 Credits

Course # Title Credits
IEN 672 Management of Technological Innovation 3
IEN 712 Design of Experiments 3
IEN 763 Project Management Techniques 3
BUS 632 Introduction To Strategy, Market And Management 4
MGT 621 High Performance Leadership 2
MGT 623 Human Resource Systems 2

Electives – 19 Credits (9 Credits in IEN & 10 Credits in Business (BUS),
Management (MGT) or Marketing (MKT)

Course # Title Credits
IEN 605 Robotics 3
IEN 607 Design of Manufacturing Systems 3
IEN 612 Statistical Quality Control and Quality Management 3
IEN 613 Quality Management in Service Organizations 3
IEN 624 Decision Support Systems in Industrial Engineering 3
IEN 647 Computer Simulation Systems 3
IEN 651 Accident Prevention Systems 3
IEN 657 Ergonomics and Human Factors Engineering 3
IEN 670 Engineering Management 3
IEN 671 Engineering Entrepreneurship 3
IEN 695 Special Problems 1-3
IEN 742 Linear Programming and Extensions 3
IEN 757 Ergonomics and Occupational Biomechanics 3
IEN 761 Engineering Cost Management 3
IEN 763 Project Management Techniques 3
IEN 764 Supply Chain Management 3
IEN 765 Advance Production Systems 3
IEN 772 Strategic Management of Technological Innovation 3
BUS 630 Fundamentals of Economics, Accounting and Finance 4
BUS 631 Business Analytics and Operational Excellence 4
BUS 633 Business Plan Fundamentals and Communications 4
MGT 617 Leading Across Cultures 2
MGT 622 High Performance Teams 2
MGT 624 Negotiation Strategies 2
MGT 645 Principles of Supply Chain Management 2
MGT 679 Merger and Acquisition Strategies 2
MGT 691 International Management 2
MGT 698 Mergers & Acquisitions: A Cross-Border Perspective 2
MGT 698 Public Policy Strategy 2
MKT 640 Foundations of Marketing Management 2
MKT 641 Marketing Research 2
MKT 644 Service Marketing 2
MKT 645 International Marketing 2
MKT 646 Consumer Behavior 2
MKT 647 Advertising and Communication Management 2
MKT 648 New Product Development 2
MKT 649 Strategic Brand Marketing 2
MKT 675 Marketing Analytics 2

Additional Elective Course Areas:

Some courses may be substituted with the approval of the Program Director.

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