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However, we will continue to conduct business remotely and can be reached via email.
For a list of faculty and staff, please go to our Technology Management Directory.



Built from the ground up, MTM looked to technology firms and startups to determine what skills they'd like their employees to have. MTM curriculum emphasizes teamwork. We make sure that our curriculum replicates real-world experiences in terms of leveraging human capital, making data-driven decisions, and understanding processes to achieve goals.


The Master of Technology Management breaks down barriers between engineers and social scientists. MTM pushes social scientists and engineers to collaborate through various technical and non-technical projects. MTM is not a technical degree, so it benefits anyone who is interested in technology leadership. Our curriculum, embedded internships, and constant collaboration provide folks from all backgrounds with the management skills needed to contribute confidently to the ever-changing technology industry.

What We Teach

MTM curriculum is the cultivation of research and real-world situations. Our faculty worked with technology companies to determine what companies needed most. Over the course of one year, you will expand your knowledge in the following areas for a specialized management degree meant for both engineers and/or social scientists.