Masters of Science in Technology Management

Manufacturing & Construction Management


Contact Information

Applied Innovation Hub 214

E. Daniel Kirby
Department Chair 

Donna Pettinelli
Department Secretary 


Masters of Science in Technology Management

Program Description

The Master of Science in Technology Management (CIP Code 15.1501 — is a STEM Program) prepares professionals for careers requiring the innovative technical and leadership competencies necessary to improve work processes and results in industry, government, or non-profit organizations. The M.S. Technology Management program combines advanced study in complimentary disciplines. Core program requirements focus on leadership, product development, project management, and process improvement across the enterprise. Elective courses can be taken in one of four areas of interest, or students can choose courses from across the four areas. In consultation with faculty academic advisors, students’ plan of study is tailored to meet individual needs to prepare them for greater professional responsibility and advancement in their field.

The M.S. Technology Management program is a flexible program designed to meet the needs of technologically oriented professionals or those seeking new career direction. Many of the courses are offered as hybrid face-to-face/online or 100 percent online. All hybrid and face-to-face courses are taught in the evening to accommodate working professionals.

Official Certificate Programs

Students can use their elective courses to earn a Certificate in one or more of the following Official Certificate Programs (OCP)

Official Certificate Program in Construction Management

Official Certificate Program in Environmental and Occupational Safety

Official Certificate Program in Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma

Official Certificate Program in Supply Chain and Logistics

CIP Code

The Master of Science in Technology Management (CIP Code 15.1501 — is a STEM Program) This CIP Code allows F-1 students to apply to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for Post-Completion Optional Practical Training (OPT) work authorization and 24-month STEM Extension of OPT (STEM), which helps you apply your classroom learning to the real-world. For more information contact the CCSU Center for International Education (CIE).

Career Outcomes

Choose the M.S. TM program to expand your academic experience and realize your personal and professional goals. Typical job titles include: Manufacturing Manager, Supply Chain Manager, Commodity Manager, Supplier Quality Assurance, EH&S Manager, Human Resource Manager, Engineering Manager, Technology Manager, Project Manager, Quality Manager, Computer Network Manager, Continuous Improvement Leader, Senior Methods Engineer, Senior Network Engineer.

Program Academic Advising Sheets

The Masters of Science in Technology Management

MSTM Program Brochure

OCP Brochure

Type of Degree

The Masters of Science in Technology Management 
Program Learning Outcomes


Dr. Haoyu Wang


Application for CCSU Graduate School

Graduate Study Forms

Graduate Study Planned Program of Study Form
Graduate Proposed Schedule