Technology Management (Engineering/Applied Science Technology)

Technology Management (Engineering and Applied Science

Technology) – Master’s Degree

Skills and Interests

You have a technology background and are ready to manage the challenges and dynamics of industries driven by technological innovation.

Work Environment
  • Technology-based organizations
  • Government agencies
  • Health, science, oil and gas, engineering technology

Program Location:

Delivered Online

Program Length:

24 credit hours for Major Paper option (delivered online), 30 credit hours for Comprehensive Course option (delivered online)

Courses:

Application Deadline:

Fall:  May 15
Winter: September 15

Program Description

This innovative program is the first of its kind in Canada. Built for busy, working professionals ready to become more effective managers within technology- based organizations, the Master of Technology Management program is designed to equip students with the knowledge and tools to think strategically about the management of engineering technology.

Beyond strategic planning and decision making, the program’s courses provides students with an understanding of the structure and operations of engineering technology-centered organizations.

Program Structure

The program’s 10 courses translate to 30 credit hours of course work to be completed by students. Two primary course options exist: two compulsory courses with eight electives or two compulsory courses with six electives and a technology management project.

Prerequisites
  • A Memorial University of Newfoundland Bachelor of Technology, Bachelor of Maritime Studies, or a comparable undergraduate degree with appropriate technology sector and business management course work; and
  • A minimum of two (2) years relevant employment experience.
What Alumni Say

“This is a wonderful course and very relevant to mid-career experienced professionals, like myself.”

- Indira Balakrishnan