Lead the way in Technology Management
Offered through the technology management program at A&M-Commerce, the Technology Leadership graduate certificate affirms your completion of a 12 semester-credit-hour program of graduate-level courses focused on leadership within the broader field of technology management. This certificate is open to graduate students in any major or exclusive of a major declaration. Courses for the certificate are offered fully online and can be completed in as few as two semesters.
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Study emerging technologies and the management, ethical and societal challenges they pose to engineering and technology organizations. Gain insight into how managers assess emerging technologies, share organizational strategies, make investment decisions and create organizational structures that can effectively compete in the global market. Extensive research and writing assignments are required. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 (or corequisite), or permission of the department head.
Explore the leadership attributes, theories and concepts found within the contemporary fields of engineering and commercial construction, and within technology-intensive enterprises. You will be required to conduct extensive reading, research and writing during this course of study. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 (or corequisite), or permission of the department head.
Study techniques and applications for managing projects with emphasis on project management planning, network scheduling, project graphics and other related topics. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 (or corequisite), or permission of the department head.
Dive into advanced study of project management tools and techniques needed for technology managers with an emphasis on four components of project management: pricing and estimating, risk management, cost analysis, and quality management. You will conduct case studies and address technology management problems by utilizing project management tools and techniques during the course of study. Extensive research and writing assignments are also required. Prerequisites: TMGT 595 (or corequisite), or permission of the department head.