M.S. in Management of Technology - Course Offerings

See Management of Technology course descriptions for more information.

Required Courses (24 credits)

MOT 460 Project Management
MOT 415 Information Systems
MG 508 Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation
AC 500 Accounting for Decision Making
MG 584 Global Competitive Strategy OR
MOT 500 Introduction to Systems Engineering
MOT 470 Leadership in Technological Enterprise
MOT 591 Capstone I: Project Definition and Planning
MOT 592 Capstone II: Project Execution and Results

Concentration Courses

In addition to the eight (8) required courses, students must complete four (4) electives. It is recommended, but not required, that MSMOT students elect one of four concentrations: Management of Design and Manufacturing, Strategic Management of Resources, Management of Information Technology, or Systems Engineering Concepts and Methods. Examples of courses in the concentration areas are shown below:

Management of Design and Manufacturing
MOT 405 Supply Chain Design
MOT 407 Design of Manufacturing Systems and Processes
MOT 420 Design for Economy and Reliability
MOT 430 Management of Design for Automation

Management of Resources

MG 584 Global Competitive Strategy
MOT 450 Management of Risk in Research and Development
MOT 485 Management of Intellectual Property

Management of Information Technology

SW 402 Database Management Systems
SW 508 Data Warehouse Systems
SW 400 Software Engineering Methods
SW 518 Data Mining and Business Intelligence

Systems Engineering Concepts and Methods

MOT 500 Introduction to Systems Engineering
MOT 525 Principles of Quality Management

Other Elective Courses

MSMOT students may also select any of the courses listed below, or any graduate courses offered through the School of Engineering (mechanical engineering, software engineering, and electrical and computer engineering) or in the School of Business. Consult the MOT program director to discuss your specific needs.

MG 500 Managing people for Competitive Advantage
MG 503 Legal and Ethical Environments of Business
MK 400 Marketing Management
OM 400 Integrated Business Processes
SW 404 Network Concepts
SW 530 Introduction to Information Security
SW 531 Applications and Data Security
SW 406 Web Client-Side Development I
SW 512 Web Development II with ASP.NET
SW 409 Advanced Programming in JAVA
SW 410 Enterprise Java
SW 505 Advanced Database Concepts

A maximum of five graduate courses may be applied to the MSMOT degree from the Dolan School of Business

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