Technology has fundamentally changed the way companies think about and operate their businesses, offering unprecedented efficiency and speed in the way they develop and deliver products/services and manage operations. But today’s rapid pace of innovation and organizational change can be daunting for even the most seasoned professional. The Master of Technology Management offers the essential business knowledge and entrepreneurial mindset to help early-career professionals navigate their careers and expand their leadership opportunities on projects, products, and teams within technology-driven firms.
Schedule a virtual advising appointment to learn about UCSB's Master of Technology Management (MTM): an immersive, one-year, residential program designed for motivated, early-to-mid career professionals. Whether you have a background in STEM or the social sciences, a Master of Technology Management can help you advance your career and expand your leadership opportunities.
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UCSB Graduate Division will begin accepting applications for Fall 2021 in September. In order to be considered for the 2021-22 academic year, your application must be submitted by the application deadline. Click here to apply.
January 15th, 2021: primary admission deadline for financial support consideration, recommended deadline for international applicants.
March 1st, 2021: final deadline for full financial support consideration; recommended deadline for guaranteed campus housing.
May 1st, 2021: final admission deadline.
All applications are due 11:59 PM PST.
Due to COVID-19, we regret that we are unable to host you onsite at the UC Santa Barbara campus but we look forward to seeing you once we reopen. At that time, we encourage you to join us during one of our classes and interact with faculty, students, and guest speakers. Meet with our friendly staff, prestigious faculty, and wonderful students. Take a tour of the Executive Learning Center, a state-of-the-art classroom built exclusively for MTM students. Participate in any of our student events and activities.
While you're at it, visit contact the Visitor Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and go on a campus tour too? The UCSB Visitor Center offers guided walking tours that are approximately 90 minutes long. With a beachfront location, our campus is part of the City of Santa Barbara, which has been called "America's Riviera."