Management of Technology, M.S. Tech.
Technological Entrepreneurship and Management
Why Management of Technology?
The M.S. Tech. with a concentration in management of technology prepares students for leadership roles as technically proficient professionals in technology-driven organizations, whether private or public. Students are prepared to successfully transition into leadership positions in their field of expertise and to move into a general leadership role outside their area of technical expertise as their careers grow.
This degree program is open to individuals with a technical undergraduate degree who wish to develop their leadership and management skills to complement their technical expertise. The curriculum is tailored to the needs of the student, ensuring each student obtains basic leadership and management skills.
This program prepares students for leadership roles as technically proficient professionals in technology-driven organizations, whether private or public. Students are prepared to successfully transition into leadership positions in their field of expertise and to move into a general leadership role outside their area of technical expertise as their careers grow.
Applicants must submit all the items below to complete an application file. Incomplete files will not be reviewed or considered until complete:
- An online Graduate College application
- Official transcript from each college or university attended
- Official GRE general exam scores. (The GRE can be waived in some situations. Please refer to the GRE waiver request for more information. Please note that submitting the GRE waiver request is not a guarantee of approval.)
- Statement of purpose
- Current resume
- Three letters of recommendation
- International applicants must also meet the English proficiency requirements, as defined by Graduate Admissions. Please be sure to review the TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE score requirements, as your application will not be processed without valid proof of English proficiency.
For best consideration, the deadline is April 1 for fall applications; Sept. 15 for spring applications. Late applications may still be considered for the same application term or for the next term of admission; however, the department reserves the right to deny or not review a late application.
Admission to the graduate degree program presupposes adequate technical preparation in a selected ￼technology at the undergraduate level. The applicant’s past work and professional experience are also evaluated ￼and taken into consideration. Industrial experience beyond completion of a bachelor’s is strongly recommended.
Undergraduate course work of admitted applicants to this program generally include calculus, technical writing and statistics. Students without a statistics course at the undergraduate level will be assigned a statistics deficiency course. This course will be in addition to the other requirements for the degree. Additional courses may be required to fulfill deficiencies, based on a review of the applicant’s transcripts. Deficiency courses must be completed within the first year of the graduate program while concurrently enrolled in graduate-level course work.
Students must fulfill both the requirements of the Graduate College and those of the Polytechnic School of the Fulton Schools of Engineering.
Students currently enrolled in the BS Technological Entrepreneurship and Management (on-campus only) degree program can select the Accelerated 4+1 option.
Program requires the following:
33 credit hours and a thesis, or
33 credit hours including the required applied project course (TMC 593).
It is expected that graduates of the program possess skills in research and the ability to apply these research skills in practice.