Technology Management, MS

Central to 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 (click for details)

CCSU’s MS in Technology Management provides the ability to select a variety of specializations through directed electives. 

Some specializations could include, but are not limited to:
• Lean & Six Sigma
• Supply Chain & Logistics
• Environmental Health & Safety
• Advanced Manufacturing / Industry 4.0

Admissions Contact

Graduate Recruitment & Admissions

Academic Contact

Haoyu Wang
Manufacturing & Construction Management
Quality Management Minor
Applied Innovation Hub

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

Did You Know?

Average salary ranges in the United States for the following positions:
  • Manufacturing Manager: $98.4k to $160.7k
  • Safety Director: $109.3k to $195.2k
  • Quality Assurance Manager: $93.4k to $151.3k
  • Project Manager II: $74.5k to $118.6k

Learning Outcomes

  1. Lead technologically-oriented teams and organizations.
  2. Create a Lean work environment though the daily application of Lean principles and practices.
  3. Manage operations, human resources, and other vital functions and processes to deliver value to customers.
  4. Use structured problem-solving methods to make sound decisions.