Technology Management

MS-Technology Management   (MS-TMGT)

Graduate Studies in Technology Management are designed to prepare graduates for career advancement in domestic and global technology-intensive businesses and industrial enterprises.

Graduates of the Master of Science in Technology Management program will demonstrate:

  1. Application of Technology Management fundamentals:
  2. Application of domestic and global technology management practices;
  3. Ability to analyze and select effective technology management tools and strategies; and
  4. Utilization of knowledge management to add value, foster innovation, and facilitate successful change.

The Master of Science in Technology Management program is a 36 hour (12 courses) no-thesis graduate program.  

The program is a fully online program only.  The program is not available to international applicants unless they are H1b, H4, or wish to study from their home country.  Please contact the Graduate School for international applicant information.

Departmental Website 

Required Documents for Admission

Admission Consideration Requirements for All Students

  • Apply Texas Application
  • Application fee:  $50 domestic student 
  • All official transcripts - Bachelor's degree, including all transcripts used towards bachelor's degree.  Any master's degree transcript or transcripts with graduate coursework (if applicable).
  • Resume(Vita)
  • At least one of the following:

    • Official General Test GRE scores or
    • A completed bachelor's degree from a U.S. regionally accredited university with a 3.00 GPA overall gpa or higher or
    • A completed master's degree from a U.S. regionally accredited university with a 3.00 GPA overall gpa or higher 

Application Packet Submission Deadline:

Domestic student applications are accepted throughout the year.

International student applications (including all required documents and for programs that are not fully online) have the following deadlines:

Fall admission consideration:          June 1

Spring admission consideration:     October 15

Summer admission consideration:  March 15