Master of Science

Technology Management

Forward-thinking Leadership.

CCSU’s MS in Technology Management equips you with the innovative technical and leadership skills to improve work processes and succeed in business, government, and non-profit sectors. This flexible program offers a tailored plan of study to meet individual needs to prepare for greater professional responsibility and advancement. Realize your goals with a position in supply chain management, supplier quality assurance, engineering, technology management, project management, network engineering, and more.

Program Features

  • Starts every January, May, and August
  • 30- to 33-credit program
  • Attend full- or part-time
  • Classes offered evenings on-campus and online  
  • Courses with a real-world focus  
  • Current with today’s problems and solutions  
  • Access to professors with deep industry work experience  
  • Financial aid is available  
  • No GMAT/GRE required

Program Options

  • Lean & Six Sigma 
  • Supply Chain & Logistics 
  • Environmental Health & Safety 
  • Computer Networking 

- Kymberlee Slightom, MS

I decided to pursue the MSTM program because I wanted to be challenged and build my analytical thinking to leverage my technical background into a promising career. The structure of the classes exposed me to real-world problem solving, helped me develop my leadership skills and strengthen my time management skills.

- Kymberlee Slightom, MS

Did You Know?

Average salary ranges in the United States for the following positions: 
  • Supply Chain Manager: $102,364 to $132,770 
  • Network Engineer: $81,368 to $104,069 
  • Supplier Quality Manager: $74,500 to $89,400 
  • Project Manager II: $77,262 to $98,309 
Source: salary.com

What You'll Gain

  • Techniques, skills, and tools to manage the lifecycle of a product  
  • Advanced study in complimentary disciplines  
  • Ability to create a Lean work environment  
  • Understanding of structured problem-solving methods to make sound decisions  
  • Skills to manage operations, human resources, and other vital functions and processes that deliver value to customers  
  • Balanced perception of business versus shareholder views  
  • Collaboration techniques 

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