A minimum of 34 semester hours is required for the M.S. in Technology Management, depending on the student’s educational background and qualifications.
Completion of following core courses: 19 Credit Hours
TCMG 400 – Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Issues and Practices in Management
TCMG 524 – Statistical Quality Control Techniques
TCMG 525 – Finance and Accounting for Managers
TCMG 505 – Global Program and Project Management
TCMG 523 – Leadership, Teams and Managing Change
TCMG 495 – Technical Writing in Communications and Research in Engineering Technology Management
ENG 400 – Engineering Colloquium (1 credit)
Completion of TCMG 595: 3 Credit Hours
TCMG595 – Capstone/Project course is designed to integrate concepts taught throughout the program and requires the development of a Business Plan as one of the course requirements or TCMG 597 or TCMG 598 (see below).
Elective Courses: 12 Credit Hours
Students must take a minimum of four elective courses (12 credit hours). These electives may be selected from any of the concentration areas listed in (I) above, in consultation with the program academic advisor. A list and description of the courses available in each concentration is available in the UB catalog section on course descriptions.
Other Technology Management courses:
- TCMG 500 Graduate Co-Op/Internship (Optional) in Technology Management (1 credit hour)
- TCMG 597 Master's Project (3 credit hours)
- TCMG 597C Masters Project (1 credit hour)
- TCMG 598 Thesis in Technology Management (3-6 credit hours)
- TCMG 599 Independent Study in Technology Management (3 credit hours)
As a prerequisite for the program, all students are expected to have a demonstrated familiarity with statistical analysis and quantitative techniques and good written and oral communications skills. Any remedial courses taken to meet these requirements will not be considered as an elective. Students are also expected to demonstrate basic computing skills.
General M.S. Program Requirements applies.