4027 - Technology Management

General

Program Title
Technology Management
Degree Designation
BS
Program Level
Undergraduate
Instruction Mode
On Campus
Program Description
Science, Technology and Society. A program that focuses on the contemporary social and public policy ramifications of science and technology, the interrelationship of science and engineering with the public policy process, and the social and ethical dimensions of scientific and technological enterprises.
Department(s)
Environmental & Technological Studies
College/School
College of Science and Engineering
Status
Active

Requirements

Technology Management - Industrial Technology

Credits: 64-70

Requirements: 38 credits: ETS 156, ETS 260, ETS 322, ETS 363, ETS 373, ETS 374, ETS 388, ETS 456, ETS 115, ETS 270, ETS 310; STAT 242 or IS 242; MGMT 383.

Technical Electives (27 credits). ETS 312, ETS 343, ETS 345, ETS 348, ETS 430. Select 12 credits from Groups A, B, C, D, E. GROUP A: Communications: ETS 314, ETS 325, ETS 423. GROUP B: Environment: ETS 262, ETS 360, ETS 375, ETS 463, ETS 465, ETS 467, ETS 469. GROUP C: Production: ETS 130, ETS 134, ETS 330, ETS 335, ETS 336, ETS 436, ETS 448, ETS 488. GROUP D: Transportation/Energy: ETS 185, ETS 186, ETS 482. GROUP E: Professional/Topical: ETS 400, ETS 405, ETS 414, ETS 444, ETS 495.

Construction Management

Credits: 70

Requirements: 55 credits: CM 134, CM 335, CM 336, CM 418, CM 435, CM 436, CM 437, CM 438, CM 439, CM 450, ETS 115, ETS 156, ETS 260, ETS 310, ETS 373, ETS 456, MGMT 383, MATH 112 or MATH 196, STAT 242 or IS 242.

Electives: 15 credits: Select 6 credits of MGMT courses (or other HBS courses with advisor approval). Electives: Select 9 credits of CM or ETS courses or other courses with advisor approval. A maximum of 6 credits can be counted from ETS 444.

Learning Outcomes

Objective
Identify technological assessment and management skills that will enhance work in an entry level or a mid-level managerial position. 
Objective
Communicate and facilitate effectively in writing and speaking to groups and individuals by applying appropriate managerial skills.
Objective
Apply appropriate facilitation skills when working in groups to implement, control, and/or solve technological assessment and management problems in the industry, business, and society. 
Objective
Analyze technology systems related to manufacturing industries and their environmental impact.
Objective
Continue professional growth and engage in lifelong learning. 

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