The Dual Masters of Science Program in Electrical Engineering and Technology Management is one of the available Dual Graduate Degree Programs at the University of Bridgeport. The Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering is a course of study designed to increase the student's knowledge and competence in basic areas necessary for Modern Electrical Engineering, while affording sufficient freedom to allow an in-depth study of such areas as Communications, Control Systems, Electronics and Digital Processing. The Technology Management Master's Program is designed to develop leaders adept at managing technological change, and skilled in establishing and maintaining superior competitive advantage for their respective enterprises. Admission to the program requires an undergraduate degree in engineering, and includes the following fundamental coursework:
- Signal Processing
- Management Courses
A total of 48 semester hours is required for graduation.
A. REQUIRED CORE COURSES IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: 15 CREDIT HOURS
- Five EE Courses to be approved by the EE Department.
B. REQUIRED CORE COURSES IN TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT: 15 CREDIT HOURS
- TCMG 400 Marketing, Entrepreneurial & Innovation Issues and Practices in Management
- TCMG 424 Total Quality Management and Continuous Process Improvement
- TCMG 484 -or- GSB 535 -or- MGMT 535 Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers
- TCMG 505 -or- GSB 537 -or- MGMT 532 Global Program & Project Management
- TCMG 523 -or- GSB 580 -or- MGMT 523 Leadership, Teams and Managing Change
C. EE 597 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MASTERS PROJECT: 3 CREDIT HOURS
D. TCMG 597 TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT MASTERS PROJECT: 3 CREDIT HOURS
E. FOUR ELECTIVES: 12 CREDIT HOURS
Students are required to study four elective courses. A student may select these four courses from among the course offerings of either the EE or TM departments. These courses could be used to satisfy one or more of the concentration areas from either the EE or TM concentration areas. Concentration areas available for students in the EE/TM Dual Graduate Degree program include:
Please refer to the Graduate Studies Division Catalog for course work details for all the concentration areas.
General M.S. Program Requirements applies