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 and services and manage operations. But today’s rapid pace of innovation and organizational change can be daunting for even the most seasoned professional. Those early in their careers can find it particularly challenging as they prepare for leadership roles on projects, products, and teams. UC Santa Barbara's Master of Technology Management offers motivated early-to-mid-career professionals the essential business knowledge and entrepreneurial mindset to navigate their careers and expand leadership opportunities within technology-driven firms.
The Master of Technology Management is an immersive, one year program located in beautiful Santa Barbara. At the core of Technology Management are five key factors that leaders must assimilate into their business practices in order to adequately adapt to change, continuously innovate, and drive competitive advantage. These factors serve as the foundation for the Master of Technology Management curriculum.
MTM Career Services work one-on-one with students to guide them throughout their academic and career journey. After graduation, many students go on to work within the thriving local technology sector at such companies as Procore, Apeel Sciences, and Appfolio. Over 90% of graduates have offers within 6 months of graduation. 50% of graduates enter project and product management and development after graduation.
The Master of Technology Management is designed for motivated, early-career professionals; however, no experience is required. MTM's diverse cohort of 45-50 students is reflective of today’s multidisciplinary business teams. Whether you have a background in STEM or the social sciences, MTM can help you advance your career leading projects, products, and teams within technology-driven firms.
UC Santa Barbara offers multiple ways to finance your graduate degree, including merit-based scholarships, opportunities to work as teaching assistants in Technology Management's undergraduate program, U.S. Federal Government Student Aid, International Student Funding, and others financial resources identified by UC Santa Barbara's Graduate Division.
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 by 11:59 PM PST on day of deadline.