Manage complex projects and apply refined technological solutions to meet business needs with a Master of Science in Technology from the University of Central Missouri.
UCM’s Technology master’s degree is like multiple technology programs rolled into one. You’ll gain the foundational skills you need to apply high-tech strategies in a rapidly changing industrial landscape. You’ll also develop focused skills in a chosen area of specialization.
Whether you want to focus on a technology management degree, construction management master’s degree, computer science, applied engineering or Lean Six Sigma, you’ll be able to choose an educational path at UCM to make it happen. Throughout our Technology MS program, you’ll learn from accessible faculty members who are dedicated to sharing their years of industry experience with you.
ATMAE-accredited program since 2008
Finish in as little as 5 semesters
92% hiring rate 6 months after graduation
10+ areas of concentration available
15–20 students per class
In UCM’s Technology master’s program, you’ll build both the breadth and depth of knowledge needed to succeed in technology-related organizations around the world.
First, you’ll build systems knowledge, technology management skills, technological ethics, research skills, a global mindset and organizational effectiveness through core courses. Classes that anchor the graduate program include International Technology Management, Current Issues in the Industry and Organizational Dynamics, among others.
After that, you’ll complete your master’s in Technology degree by focusing your electives in one of over 10 areas of expertise. This allows you to specialize in anything from a Construction Management master’s degree to a Technology Management degree. These specializations include:
By the time you graduate, you’ll be ready to lead your own entrepreneurial venture or succeed within a tech company or team.
The Technology master’s degree at the University of Central Missouri takes your learning outside the classroom through engaging opportunities such as:
The University of Central Missouri’s MS in Technology degree program prepares you for success locally and abroad. Alumni in our Technology programs have found exciting careers in research, education, facility management, quality control, operational management, consulting and more at organizations such as:
If you want to continue your education to get a higher position in your company or become an educator, you’ll have the background you need to enter a doctoral program, such as UCM’s Technology Management degree.
Careers with a UCM Technology degree
Interact with the tool below to learn about jobs you can get with your Construction Management master’s degree, Technology Management degree and other degrees in related UCM’s Technology programs. You can also learn about projected career growth, salary details and more.
If you’re looking for a construction management master’s degree, computer information technology program, engineering technology master’s or other technology programs that provide a high return on your investment, look no further than UCM’s MS in Technology degree. You’ll benefit from the University of Central Missouri’s affordable tuition and varied financial aid to help you finance your education. Options include:
We also provide some financial aid awards, such as scholarships, to students in certain programs. Learn more about what might be available to you using the UCM Scholarship Finder.
Take your degree further.
Take your Technology master’s degree one step further by continuing your education at UCM in a doctoral program.
Explore programs related to technology.
If you’re interested in technology programs, such as a construction management master’s degree, you may want to look into these other related graduate programs at UCM.
To be accepted into this program, a student must have a minimum GPA of 2.50 in his or her undergraduate major. A student not meeting this requirement may petition the department for admittance on a conditional basis. GRE or GMAT scores are not required. Applicants must submit a "Career Goal Statement" and resume including three contact references. This program also facilitates articulation to a Ph.D. in Technology Management.
These reports highlight UCM graduates six months after graduation on their First Destination Success (FDS). FDS can be defined as graduates who are actively engaged in work/educational experiences (full-time, part-time, military, volunteer/program of service, or continuing education). Prospective students and families can gain knowledge by looking at major statistics.
Annual Student Enrollment
|Required Core Graduate Courses
|IndM 5110 Current Issues in Industry
|IndM 5160 Organizational Dynamics
|IndM 5015 Legal Aspects of Industry
|IndM 5020 International Technology Management
|SOT 5010 Applied Research for Technology
|IndM 5230 Seminar in Industrial Management OR
|SOT 5290 Thesis
|*Approved Graduate Electives in Technology
|Agriculture, Graphic Technologies, Automation, Automotive Technology, Computer Sciences, Drafting and Design Technology, Construction Management, Engineering Technology, Fashion: Textile and Clothing in Business, General Technology, Lean Six-Sigma, Manufacturing Management, Network Security, or other approved departments. Graduate electives are to be taken at UCM and may include a concentration of study in Technology.
The graduate with a Master of Science degree in Technology will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to develop:
The Technology master’s degree program is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).