2016-2017 Academic Catalog: CPCE Master's Degree Programs

College of Professional & Continuing Education

Philip Hammond, Director of Graduate Programs
Dobbs Hall, Room 107
617-989-4594

Computer Science and Networking (MSACS) Program

Leading to a Master of Science in Applied Computer Science Degree

The Master of Science in Applied Computer Science (MSACS) program is designed to educate professionals in the application of technical computing and management skills required to plan, design, implement, deploy, and operate computer-based solutions within an organization.  This 100% online program is designed for part-time students and can be completed in under two (2) years. Candidates should be able to demonstrate competencies in three (3) areas: programming, fundamentals of computer science (including computer organization, operating systems, databases, and data communication), as well as statistics.

Mission, Goals and Outcomes

Mission

The Master of Science in Applied Computer Science (MSACS) program at Wentworth Institute of Technology is designed to educate professionals in the application of technical computing and management skills required to plan, design, implement, deploy and operate computer-based solutions within an organization.

Goals

The MSACS program will provide graduates with the knowledge and skill sets needed to successfully function in middle and upper level Applied Computer Science positions with a technical focus, including leading teams of professionals. The MSACS will be to link theory and practice to create real world applications and value, create and introduce new software and technology, and apply basic managerial skills to provide leadership to a computing team.

Student Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Master of Science in Applied Computer Science graduates will:

  • Demonstrate and function effectively in a team, engage in the process of modeling, designing, and implementing computer-based systems of varied complexity utilizing multiple technologies.
  • Maintain effective communication with stakeholders in a typical software development environment by:
    • preparing and delivering effective technical presentations using appropriate technologies.
    • writing clear and accurate technical documents.
  • Learn new models, techniques, and technologies as they emerge, and appreciate the necessity for continuing professional development.
  • Demonstrate an ability to model, analyze and design computing processes and systems.
  • Analyze a current significant software technology, articulate its strengths and weaknesses, and specify and promote improvements or extensions to that technology.
  • Recognize and analyze social and professional issues and responsibilities faced by computing professionals.

MSACS Required Courses

  • COMP7000 Foundations of Computer Science
  • COMP7050 Programming Paradigms and Systems
  • COMP7100 Managing Software Development
  • COMP7150 Data Science and Web Services
  • COMP7200 Mobile Application Development
  • COMP7250 Enterprise Computing
  • COMP7300 Computer Security
  • COMP7500 MSACS Capstone

MSACS Computing Electives

  • COMP7400 Big Data
  • COMP7425 Data Mining
  • COMP7450 Software Engineering

MSACS Management Electives

  • MGMT7100 Project Management Applications
  • MGMT7200 Leadership
  • TMGT8000 Strategic Technology Business Management
  • TMGT8100 Management of New Product Development

Degree Details

Total credits for degree: 30

MSACS Recommended Schedule

Year One

  • Semester One
    • COMP7000 Fundamentals of Computer Science (3) required
    • COMP7050 Programming Paradigms and Systems (3) required
  • Semester Two
    • COMP7100 Managing Software Development (3)
    • COMP7150 Data and Web Services (3)
  • Semester Three
    • COMP7200 Mobile Application Development (3)
    • COMP7250 Enterprise Computing (3)

Year Two

  • Semester One
    • COMP7300 Computer Security (3)
    • MGMT/TMGT Management Elective (3)
  • Semester Two
    • COMP Computing Elective (3)
    • COMP7500 MSACS Capstone (3)

MSACS Management (MGMT) Electives

  • MGMT7100 Project Management Applications
  • MGMT7200 Leadership
  • TMGT8000 Strategic Technology Business Management
  • TMGT8100 Management of New Product Development

MSACS Computing (COMP) Electives

  • COMP7400 Big Data
  • COMP7425 Data Mining
  • COMP7450 Software Engineering

Degree Details

Total credits for degree: 30

Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering (MEng CE) Program

Leading to a Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering (MEng CE) Degree

The Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering (MEng CE) program is designed to educate technical professionals in post-graduate civil engineering principles. The program is designed for part-time students, provides maximum flexibility relative to academic delivery and format, and can be completed in under two (2) years. The curriculum is organized into two (2) areas of specialization, construction engineering and infrastructure engineering.

Construction Specialization

Designed to provide the student with coursework in the construction area of civil engineering, including topics specified in the Civil-Construction PE exam: estimating and scheduling, construction operations, and relevant geotechnical, structural and environmental aspects of construction.

Infrastructure Specialization

Designed to provide the student with coursework focused on the design of major infrastructure projects. This curriculum emphasizes transportation and public works infrastructure projects and includes advanced transportation, structural, geotechnical and environmental coursework.

Mission, Goals and Outcomes

Mission

The Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering (MEng CE) program is designed to meet the criteria outlined by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) regarding post baccalaureate education in addressing current and future local, national, and global needs. The curriculum of the program has been developed to ensure the alignment of learning objectives with the skills, competencies, and attributes which industry and prospective employers are looking for in our graduates.

Goals

The Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering (MEng CE) program places emphasis on addressing real-world engineering problems as a practicing professional engineer, while addressing the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recommended body of knowledge for future civil engineers. Per the recommendation of the ASCE (www.asce.org) and as required by state by state regulations, civil engineering graduates and practitioners are strongly encouraged to become licensed engineers, which allows engineers to take personal responsibility for the work they perform for public and private clients.

The MEng CE program addresses ASCE’s strategic initiative entitled “Competency – Raise the Bar” through the master’s degree in civil engineering for students seeking professional licensure, which is an important credential in the field of civil engineering. The MEng CE program is designed to meet criteria outlined by ASCE regarding post baccalaureate education by addressing current and future local, national, and global needs and is widely supported by representatives of the private, public and academic sectors of the civil engineering profession.

Student Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering (MEng CE) program will be able to:

  • Demonstrate competence in computer simulation in civil engineering.
  • Demonstrate competence in sustainable engineering design.
  • Identify, evaluate, and apply project management tools and techniques to engineering issues as they pertain to intra-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary teams.
  • Research, analyze and communicate information related to advanced topics and designs.
  • Demonstrate the knowledge, tools and techniques associated with advanced topics and designs.

The Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering (MEng CE) program contains three (3) required courses that are common to each area of specialization; Project Management Principles and Practices, Engineering Modeling and Analysis Methods and Environmental Systems. To complete the thirty (30) credit graduate program students are required to take four (4) courses in their area of MEng CE specialization and two (2) other relevant graduate courses.  The culminating experience of the MEng CE program is a final capstone design course.

MEng CE Courses and Areas of Specialization

Required Courses

  • CIVE8000, Project Management Principles and Practices
  • CIVE8100, Engineering Modeling and Analysis Methods
  • CIVE8200, Environmental Systems
  • CIVE8950, Master of Engineering Civil Engineering (MEng CE) Capstone
  • Construction Area of Specialization
  • CIVE8250 Engineering Estimating and Scheduling
  • CIVE8350 Construction Operations, Methods and Quality Control
  • CIVE8450 Temporary Structures
  • CIVE8550 Site Planning and Development
  • Infrastructure Area of Specialization
  • CIVE8300 Traffic Analysis and Safety
  • CIVE8400 Highway Design and Transportation Planning
  • CIVE8500 Geotechnical Engineering for Infrastructure
  • CIVE8600 Advanced Concrete and Steel Design
  • CIVE8700 Bridge Design
  • CIVE8800 Infrastructure Renewal

Degree Details

Total credits for degree: 30

MEng CE students may select courses with the approval of the Department Chair, graduate courses from Wentworth’s Master of Science in Construction Management (MSCM) and Master of Science in Facility Management (MSFM) graduate programs, specifically;

  • CONM7100 Modern Construction Delivery Methods
  • CONM7200 Construction Law for Construction Management
  • CONM7300 Real Estate for Construction Management
  • FMGT7200 Energy/Sustainability
  • FMGT7300 Facility Operations

MEng CE Construction Specialization Recommended Schedule

Year One

  • Semester One
    • CIVE8000 Project Management Principles and Practices (3) required
    • CIVE8200 Environmental Systems (3) required
  • Semester Two
    • CIVE8100 Engineering Modeling and Analysis Methods (3) required
    • CIVE8250 Engineering Estimating and Scheduling (3)
  • Semester Three
    • CIVE8450 Temporary Structures (3)
    • and one three (3) credit CIVE/CONM/FMGT course subject to availability
      • CIVE8300 Traffic Analysis and Safety (3)
      • CIVE8350 Construction Operations, Methods and Quality Control (3)
      • CIVE8400 Highway Design and Transportation Planning (3)
      • CIVE8500 Geotechnical Engineering for Infrastructure (3)
      • CIVE8600 Advanced Concrete and Steel Design (3)
      • CIVE8700 Bridge Design (3)
      • CIVE8800 Infrastructure Renewal (3)
      • CONM7100 Modern Construction Delivery Methods (3)
      • CONM7200 Construction Law for Construction Management (3)
      • CONM7300 Real Estate for Construction Management (3)
      • FMGT7200 Energy/Sustainability (3)
      • FMGT7300 Facility Operations (3)

Year Two

Semester One

  • CIVE8550 Site Planning and Development (3)
  • and one three (3) credit CIVE/CONM/FMGT course subject to availability
    • CIVE8300 Traffic Analysis and Safety (3)
    • CIVE8350 Construction Operations, Methods and Quality Control (3)
    • CIVE8400 Highway Design and Transportation Planning (3)
    • CIVE8500 Geotechnical Engineering for Infrastructure (3)
    • CIVE8600 Advanced Concrete and Steel Design (3)
    • CIVE8700 Bridge Design (3)
    • CIVE8800 Infrastructure Renewal (3)
    • CONM7100 Modern Construction Delivery Methods (3)
    • CONM7200 Construction Law for Construction Management (3)
    • CONM7300 Real Estate for Construction Management (3)
    • FMGT7200 Energy/Sustainability (3)
    • FMGT7300 Facility Operations (3)

Semester Two

  • CIVE8950, Master in Engineering for Civil Engineering Capstone (3)
  • and one three (3) credit CIVE/CONM/FMGT course subject to availability
    • CIVE8300 Traffic Analysis and Safety (3)
    • CIVE8400 Highway Design and Transportation Planning (3)
    • CIVE8500 Geotechnical Engineering for Infrastructure (3)
    • CIVE8600 Advanced Concrete and Steel Design (3)
    • CIVE8700 Bridge Design (3)
    • CIVE8800 Infrastructure Renewal (3)
    • CONM7100 Modern Construction Delivery Methods (3)
    • CONM7200 Construction Law for CM (3)
    • CONM7300 Real Estate for CM (3)
    • FMGT7200 Energy/Sustainability (3)
    • FMGT7300 Facility Operations (3)

Degree Details

Total credits for degree: 30

MEng CE Infrastructure Specialization Recommended Schedule

Year One

  • Semester One
    • CIVE8000 Project Management Principles and Practices (3) required
    • CIVE8200 Environmental Systems (3) required
  • Semester Two
    • CIVE8100 Engineering Modeling and Analysis Methods (3) required
    • CIVE8300 Traffic Analysis and Safety (3) *
  • Semester Three
    • CIVE8400 Highway Design and Transportation Planning (3) *
    • CIVE8500 Geotechnical Engineering for Infrastructure (3) *

Year Two

  • Semester One
    • CIVE8600 Advanced Concrete and Steel Design (3) *
    • CIVE8700 Bridge Design (3) *
  • Semester Two
    • CIVE8800 Infrastructure Renewal (3) *
    • CIVE8950 Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering Capstone (3)

* Students may opt to replace a maximum of two courses with any available (3) credit CIVE course and/or any of the following electives:

  • CONM8300 Real Estate for Construction Management (3)
  • CONM8400 Construction Law for Construction Management (3)
  • CONM7100 Modern Construction Delivery Methods (3)
  • FMGT7200 Energy/Sustainability (3)
  • FMGT7300 Facility Operations (3)

Degree Details

Total credits for degree: 30

Master of Science in Construction Management (MSCM) Program

Leading to a Master of Science in Construction Management (MSCM) Degree

The Master of Science in Construction Management (MSCM) program is designed to educate students in fundamental post-graduate management principles. Students will gain a strong understanding of construction and business management concepts, from pre-design through construction closeout. Graduates of the MSCM program will be prepared to assume leadership positions across the construction industry.

Mission, Goals and Outcomes

Mission

The Master of Science in Construction Management (MSCM) program at Wentworth Institute of Technology College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPCE) is a graduate program of study for construction professionals. The program is designed to educate students in foundational post graduate management principles combined with relevant construction education and experience in topics that are specific to preparing and advancing professional skills in administrative and executive leadership positions in design firms, construction companies and related disciplines. Both thesis and non-thesis options are available which allow for a variety of employment or educational opportunities including but not limited to working for general contractors, real-estate developers, sub-contractors, construction management and architectural/engineering firms, as well as advanced education and teaching options.

The Master of Science in Construction Management (MSCM) program at Wentworth Institute of Technology is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE). The primary goal of ACCE is to promote and improve construction education in colleges and universities. By working together through ACCE, people representative of the total construction community and the public at large, construction educators and constructors, establish and maintain standards and criteria for accreditation, provide guidance to those programs seeking to achieve accredited status, and carry out the accreditation process.

ACCE accreditation serves the interests of: 

  • Students: by helping them identify institutions and programs that offer quality education in construction education. 
  • The construction Industry: by enabling employers to identify persons who have the potential for making lasting contributions to the construction industry and their profession, and 
  • Owners / Users of Constructed Facilities and the Public at Large: by raising the professional caliber of constructors and thus the quality of the construction for which they assume responsibility.

Specifically, accreditation of a construction education program by ACCE assures 

  • students and prospective employers that the program has met stringent industry standards of content and quality 
  • that program graduates have been provided a quality education enabling them to perform a broad range of professional responsibilities 
  • the construction industry and students that the program performs periodic self-evaluations to keep current with emerging technologies and requirements of the construction industry 

Accreditation by ACCE assists an institution and its construction education program in maintaining contact with other programs and practicing construction professionals, and enables the program to 

  • keep current with emerging technologies in the field 
  • increase awareness of current courses, facilities, and services provided by other accredited programs 
  • improve instructional techniques; and 
  • access construction industry contacts nationwide.

Goals

To accomplish the mission of the Master of Science in Construction Management program, the following program goals have been developed in order to prepare students academically for personal and professional success in the built environment.  The attainment of goals is evaluated through the program’s outcome assessment program.

  • Present opportunities to develop metacognitive and life-long learning skills for students seeking increasingly complex management responsibilities, new leadership roles and overall career advancement
  • Expose students to subject matter and industry experts and the latest technological and managerial/leadership advancements and their effects on the Construction Industry.
  • Prepare and develop students from related disciplines to advance into the field of Construction Management.

Student Learning Outcomes

The operation, academic integrity and improvement of the MSCM program is based on the relationship of MSCM Program Course and Learning Outcomes to American Council for Construction Educators (ACCE) Required Program Learning Outcomes (PLO). MSCM Course and Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) are mapped to the ten (10) PLOs required by American Council for Construction Educators (ACCE).

  1. Critical thinking and creativity – MSCM students analyze and integrate information to conduct critical, reasoned arguments.
  2. Problem solving and decision making - MSCM students design, evaluate, and implement strategies using advanced construction management concepts and practices.
  3. Effective and professional oral and written communications - MSCM students produce effective and professional communication in written and oral formats.
  4. Use of information and communication technology - MSCM students put into practice computer systems, productivity tools, software, and other information and communication technology.
  5. Principles of leadership in business and management - MSCM students apply practical management decision-making tools and techniques and leadership best practices.
  6. Current issues in construction - MSCM students demonstrate knowledge from industry experiences and keep up-to-date on developments, best practices, as well as tools and techniques in the field.
  7. Complex project decision making and associated risk management - MSCM students recognize, weigh, and analyze risks associated with complex construction projects.
  8. Professional ethics including application to situations and choices - MSCM students identify ethical dilemmas in construction and apply practical skills to ethical situations.
  9. Advanced construction management practices - MSCM students demonstrate knowledge of contemporary construction industry methods and construction management principles and practices.
  10. Research methods - MSCM students recognize and conduct valid, data-supported, and appropriate research in construction management.

During this two-year MSCM program, students take one of the following electives; International Business, Research Methods, Conflict Resolution & Negotiation, Public Sector Construction, a MS Facility Management Course, or a MS Technology Management Course.

MSCM Required Courses

  • MGMT7000 Business Relations & Human Resources Management (3)
  • CONM7000 Executive Management for CM (3)
  • MGMT7050 Business Finance and Investments (3)
  • MGMT7300 Economics & International Business (3)
  • MGMT7150 Business Operations & Process Management (3)
  • CONM7100 Modern Construction Delivery Methods (3)
  • CONM7200 Construction Law for CM (3)
  • CONM7300 Real Estate Development (3)
  • CONM8000 Capstone Project in Construction Management (3)

MSCM Electives

  • Possible Elective Courses:
  • CONM7050 Research Methods
  • CONM7250 Conflict Resolution & Negotiation
  • CONM7500 International Construction
  • CONMXXXX Advanced Project Controls
  • CONMXXXX Public Sector Construction
  • FMGT course
  • TMGT course

Degree Details

Total credits for degree: 30 (36 with optional thesis)

MSCM Recommended Schedule

Year One

  • Semester One
    • MGMT7000 Business Relations & Human Resources Management (3)
    • CONM7000 Executive Management for CM (3)
  • Semester Two
    • MGMT7050 Business Finance and Investments (3)
    • MGMT7300 Economics & International Business (3)
  • Semester Three
    • MGMT7150 Business Operations & Process Management (3)
    • CONM7100 Modern Construction Delivery Methods (3)

Year Two

  • Semester One
    • CONM7200 Construction Law for CM (3)
    • CONM7300 Real Estate Development (3)
  • Semester Two
    • CONM8000, Capstone Project in Construction Management (3)
    • Construction Management Elective (3)
  • Semester Three (Thesis Option Only)
    • CONM8900: Construction Management Thesis (6)

Degree Details

Total credits for degree: 30 (36 with optional thesis)

Master of Science in Facility Management (MSFM) Program

Leading to a Master of Science in Facility Management (MSFM) Degree

The Master of Science in Facility Management (MSFM) program is designed to educate students in foundational post-graduate management principles and enhanced facility management skills and knowledge. Students will learn the leadership and business skills necessary to respond to the demand to keep their facilities highly efficient and functional. Coursework will also integrate elements of several related disciplines, including: project management, finance, real estate, humans and their working environment, space planning, building operations and maintenance, and quality assessment. Graduates of the MSFM program will be prepared for leadership roles in facility management and related industries

Mission, Goals and Outcomes

Mission

A key feature of the program is the opportunity to build strong professional relationships. Our instructors are proven leaders in the field and many of them work full-time in facility management and closely related areas. Our students also work in facility management and related industries, which creates an ideal learning environment in which students learn from both their instructor and their peers. Many of the concepts learned in the classroom can be immediately applied on the job. Facility Management is the holistic management of real property and the infrastructure of an organization with the aim of improving the productivity of its core business.  It is the practice of coordinating the physical workplace with the people and work of the organization; it integrates the principles of business administration, project management, architecture and the behavioral and engineering sciences.

Goals

The Master of Science in Facility Management (MSFM) program is designed to combine common general management techniques with current facility management practices and technologies.  The curriculum will provide graduates with the tools and managerial decision making processes related specifically to maintaining and managing the built environment. The MSFM program is designed for working professionals, as an on-campus format (as well as an online format) with convenient evening classes and a cohort format that allows students to complete the degree in less than two years while still being able to work full-time and fulfill their personal responsibilities.

Student Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Master of Science in Facility Management (MSFM) program will be able to:

  • Describe and demonstrate the implementation of management principles relating specifically to maintaining and managing the built environment.
  • Formulate effective communication strategies/processes for delivering concepts, financial information, and strategic and tactical information regarding real property, equipment and staffing to all levels of staff in a business organization.
  • Demonstrate leadership skills by leading a team from conception through completion and closeout of an assigned project.
  • Demonstrate teamwork skills by participating constructively as a team member on an assigned project.
  • Develop a facilities technology strategy for a business or other organization that demonstrates knowledge of different technology platforms, workplace management systems and CAFM; and of the larger social, ethical, and legal issues related to information, telecommunications and other supporting technologies.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of research tools appropriate for analyzing and developing solutions for facilities management problems.
  • Describe what constitutes effective sustainable policy and use that knowledge to develop a corporate sustainable program.
  • Create an energy policy for a business or organization that reflects knowledge of how buildings use energy, and of proven methods to reduce energy consumption.
  • Formulate and complete a complex project that demonstrates mastery of both the technical and managerial aspects of strategic facility management.

MSFM Recommended Schedule

Year One

  • Semester One
    • MGMT7400 Executive Leadership (3)
    • MGMT7100 Project Management Applications (3)
  • Semester Two
    • MGMT7050 Business Finance and Investments (3)
    • MGMT7450 Communication Strategies (3)
  • Semester Three
    • FMGT7100 Contemporary Issues in Managing Technology (3)
    • MGMT7250 Strategic Financial Decision Making (3)

Year Two

  • Semester One
    • MGMT7500 Quantitative Methods in FM Research (3)
    • FMGT7300 Facility Operations (3)
  • Semester Two
    • FMGT7400 Energy/Sustainability (3)
    • FMGT8000 Facility Management Capstone (3)
  • Semester Three (Thesis Option Only)
    • FMGT8900: Facility Management Thesis (6)

Degree Details

Total credits for degree: 30 (36 with optional thesis)

Master of Science in Technology Management (MSTM) program

Leading to a Master of Science in Technology Management (MSTM) Degree

The Master of Science in Technology Management (MSTM) degree is designed to elevate students’ business acumen, strategic thinking, and people skills, all within the context of the issues and challenges specific to the technical world. Graduates of the MSTM program will be equipped with the management skills, expertise, and ethics necessary to be successful within technology-based enterprises.

The MSTM program is designed for technical professionals who desire to manage and lead within a technical environment. The program is offered in a fully online delivery format to provide maximum flexibility, and is designed to be completed in under two years on a part-time basis.

Online course discussion groups are a key component of the MSTM program, allowing students to regularly interact with and learn from both their instructors and fellow classmates. MSTM instructors are both subject matter experts and industry practitioners. Furthermore, most MSTM students are currently employed in a technical environment, facilitating peer to peer learning.

Mission, Goals and Outcomes

Mission

The MSTM program is designed to combine common general management techniques with current technology management practices and technologies.  The curriculum will provide graduates with the tools and managerial decision making processes related specifically to maintaining and managing in a technical environment. The MSTM program will be taught using a combination of technologies and team instruction.  It is anticipated that courses will utilize both industry professionals as well as academic experts.  The program will provide graduates with a clear understanding of the management skills, expertise and ethics necessary to be successful within the technology-based enterprises.  Topics to be covered will include: communication strategies, technology project management, leadership, leveraging technical innovation and intellectual property, accounting and finance, new product development and commercialization, and global operations.

Goals

Graduates of the Master of Science in Technology Management program will be prepared for a variety of managerial positions in the technical world. The program will be to provide graduates with the knowledge and skill sets needed to function successfully in middle and upper level technology management positions.

Student Learning Outcomes

Wentworth Master of Science in Technology Management graduates will:

  • Understand the theory and application of advanced business management theories.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of strategic technology management.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of finance and accounting.
  • Demonstrate leadership qualities.
  • Understand the critical success factors for leading teams and related organizational development issues.
  • Understand the relevance of the increasingly international business environment.
  • Demonstrate executive level decision-making and critical thinking skills.
  • Demonstrate the ability to deal with complex business challenges, and utilize best practices to arrive at solution sets required of mid and senior level technology managers.

Degree Details

Total credits for degree: 30

MSTM Recommended Schedule

Year One

  • Semester One
    • MGMT7000 Business Relations & HR Management (3)
    • MGMT7100 Project Management Applications (3)
  • Semester Two
    • MGMT7050 Business Finance and Investments (3)
    • MGMT7450 Communication Strategies (3)
  • Semester Three
    • MGMT7150 Business Operations and Process Management (3)
    • TMGT8000 Strategic Technology Business Management (3)

Year Two

  • Semester One
    • MGMT7200 Leadership (3)
    • TMGT8100 Management of New Product Development (3)
  • Semester Two
    • MGMT7350 Marketing Management (3)
    • TMGT8900 Technology Management Capstone (3)

Degree Details

Total credits for degree: 30