Master's in Technology Management
College of Arts & Sciences
On the cutting edge of information technology and business management.
Now, more than ever, employers are looking for skilled problem-solvers who can make the most of the leading innovations in information technology to implement strategic business solutions.
Wentworth’s Technology Management master’s degree will teach you how to improve business performance through the implementation and optimization of the latest IT trends and strategies. Designed for professionals from a range of industries--including finance, healthcare, and technology—the Technology Management, Master of Science, combines instruction in strategic thinking, ethics, and business analytics as well as timely topics like technology management in an emergency. Students in the program gain valuable, hands-on experience planning, designing and managing an organization's technology and software. The Technology Management master’s degree is available 100% online and can be completed in less than 20 months!
For over 100 years, Wentworth Institute of Technology has been preparing students to meet today’s technology needs. Our world-class faculty provides practical, experiential learning to help you make the most of your skills and knowledge and advance your career. For more information, contact a graduate admissions counselor Speak to a Counselor.
Benefits of the program include:
- A fully online class format that allows you to balance work, life and school
- A flexible, part-time program that can be completed in 20 months
- Classes taught by knowledgeable faculty and industry experts
What to expect:
- 10 classes
- 5 semesters
- 30 credits
Program Tracking Sheet
Student Learning Outcomes
All 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.
Average starting salary in 2016
Technology Management graduates had a $88,500 average starting salary in 2016.