Creating Effective Business Leaders in Business and Technology
Georgetown University’s Master of Professional Studies in Technology Management prepares professionals with the skills to effectively lead in both technology and business sectors. This transformational online degree develops the next generation of balanced leaders and senior technologists by coupling business management acumen with proficiency in emerging business technologies.
Who Should Apply
Students in the Technology Management online program learn from Georgetown faculty, who are among the most renowned thought leaders in the Washington D.C. area. Students can expect a unique and flexible learning experience focused on management, strategy, ethics, and industry trends. People who apply to the Technology Management program tend to be deeply interested in the latest technological developments and business leadership principles as they relate to technology management.
A Balanced Curriculum
Georgetown University’s Technology Management curriculum is a careful balance of theory and practice. This unique hybrid degree educates future executive-level technology professionals with classes focused on:
- Information security trends and other current industry topics
- Financial analysis
- Business management and intelligence
- Enterprise modernization
- Technology management ethics
The Master of Professional Studies in Technology Management consists of 30 credit hours, and is typically completed in two years. Program courses include:
- Ethics in Technology Management
- Managing Technology
- Systems Requirements
- Financial Analysis for Technology Managers
- Project Management
- Business Intelligence & Data Analytics
- Enterprise Modernization
- Information Security
- Managing Diverse Organizations in a Flat World
- Capstone Course
Learn more about our versatile master’s in Technology Management curriculum.
Careers in Technology Management
The master’s in Technology Management online program provides students with the tools, skills, and hands-on experience needed to think big, climb the IT career ladder, and lead the technological innovation at distinguished firms and corporations around the world.
Georgetown University has a long history of educating industry leaders. Alumni of the program have risen to leadership roles, including:
- IT project managers
- Cybersecurity experts
- IT program managers
- Strategic directors
- IT executives
- Chief information officers
Learn more about the various career paths of Technology Management graduates.