Technology Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship Curriculum
12 Months, 30 Credits
The Saunders Master of Science in Technology Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship (TIME) program teaches students how to assess and generate value through technological innovations creatively. An applied focus analyzing real and simulated business problems develops the ability to articulate their solutions. Students learn essential behavioral and quantitative theory and skills related to the management of individuals, teams, and projects, and they apply a framework and research skills to evaluate market options and recommend strategies.
Core courses offer a combination of entrepreneurship and technology management training allowing students to meet the high demand for leading technological change. Students can choose electives between two tracks: Technology Management and Technology Entrepreneurship.
Core courses prepare students to understand the following skills:
- Developing new products or services, and managing related projects and processes
- Data analysis addressing critical management, competition, and strategy questions
- Assessing the impact of new technologies on individual firms and a bigger stakeholder system, and conduct risk assessment
- Effectively manage teams and the teamwork processes
- Fundamental business skills, including accounting and finance
Technology Management track courses develop skills in:
- Advanced product development
- Advanced data analytics skills targeting organizational management and strategy needs
Technology Entrepreneurship track courses develop skills in:
- Starting new ventures with state-of-the-art skills in marketing analytics, new venture creation and development
- Managing new ventures
Curriculum for current and past students
Current students and alumni – please visit the Office of the Registrar for a History of Course Catalogs to view and download official degree requirements pertaining to the academic year you began your degree.