Master - Technology & Innovation Management: Engineering Management

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Are you interested in a master's degree program that could help you advance your engineering and technology leadership skills while preparing you to implement positive change within an organization? If so, then the Master of Science in Technology and Innovation Management program with a specialization in Engineering Management at Northcentral University could be for you. Read on to find out more about this master's degree program

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

If you enroll in NCU's Master of Science in Technology and Innovation Management program with an Engineering Management specialization, you could study project management strategies and techniques specific to engineering and technology projects. You could also learn about TQM principles, tools used for for systems analysis and design, and legal implications and laws related to engineering and technology innovation. Core courses provide you with the opportunity to study database design and business intelligence; risk management, privacy concerns, and identifying information threats; and the technologies used in mobile devices. You could conclude the program with a capstone course where you will have the chance to design a technology-based solution to a practical problem.

What Are the Prerequisites?

You might already have some engineering knowledge or experience before enrolling in the MS-TIM in Engineering Management program offered by Northcentral University. Strong analytical, leadership, and problem-solving skills would also be helpful. All applicants to Northcentral University's graduate programs should have already earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution; some programs have additional requirements.

What Are the Course Requirements?

To graduate from this program, you must complete 30 credit hours. Twelve credits will be from required foundational courses, 15 credits will be from specialization courses, and three credits will be from a capstone project.

Course CodeCourse Name
Required Foundational Courses
TIM 5001Changing Times: Managing Technology & Innovation in the 21st Century
TIM 5010Computer Networks & Mobile Computing
TIM 5020Databases & Business Intelligence
TIM 5030Managing Risk, Security, & Privacy in Information Systems
Specialization Courses
TIM 6601IT Project Management
TIM 6210Quality Management
TIM 6420Data Warehousing & Decision Support
TIM 6220Engineering Law
TIM 6430Systems Analysis & Design
Capstone Course
TIM 6010 Strategic Management of Technology & Innovation

What Could I Do After Graduation?

Career Opportunities

Once you have earned Northcentral University's MS-TIM in Engineering Management, you could be prepared to apply for management or supervisory positions in engineering firms or IT companies. You could also seek positions with technical consulting firms, government agencies, or the engineering divisions of other corporations. You could consider job titles such as:

  • IT project manager
  • Engineering manager
  • Engineering management consultant