The Master of Engineering Technology program is part of the BGSU Graduate College and BGSU College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering

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Master of Technology Management

Engineering Technology


The Master of Technology Management [MTM], with a specialization in Engineering Technology [ENGT], program blends technology with the fields of manufacturing, engineering, and communication to prepare students to work in the Era of Technology.

The goal of the MTM-ENGT is to provide students with advanced skills and technical knowledge. Individuals develop the ability to conduct applied research, along with leadership skill for managing and directing projects. The MTM-ENGT degree has specialized classes and experiences in engineering technology along with research methods, management strategies, and green design tools for today's professionals.

Advance your career

As a graduate of the MTM-ENGT program, you will be able to effectively communicate through technical writing and oral communication skills as well as justify investment decisions through advanced engineering economic analytical skills.

Students can perform data analysis and synthesis while demonstrating the critical skills necessary in project management and leadership. The courses will integrate core competencies to solve real world problems in their domain through research.


Technology Management Testimonial
"The relationship between faculty and students is very cordial, which gave me an opportunity to excel in my area of interest. My stay at BGSU was splendid and has helped me to grow professionally and personally."
- Rama Krishna Pinnoju '17
Quality Engineer, Knorr Brake Company

Curriculum

The Master of Technology Management degree requires a total of 33 credit hours: 6 hours of Technology Core, 6 hours of Business Operations, 15 hours of Technology Specialization, and 6-9 hours of Synthesis (Thesis, Project, or Capstone) Experience. Specific requirements can be found on the program's flowchart.

Application Requirements

The MTM-ENGT is an interdisciplinary program. Applicants may apply to enter the program at the beginning of any semester and must have a bachelor’s degree in an engineering, technology, applied sciences, or related academic field.

Applicants must have a minimum undergraduate GPA of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent) for regular status admission. Applicants are required to submit scanned copies of official or unofficial transcripts from all institutions attended. Upon admission, final official or notarized copies of transcripts from all institutions where degrees were earned and diplomas from international institutions must be submitted. They are also
required to submit official scores from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).

It is also strongly recommended that applicants submit a statement of purpose, a current professional resume and a letter of recommendation from an individual with knowledge of the applicant’s qualifications and ability to successfully complete graduate study.

International applicants are also required to submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

Stand Out

  • Online and in-person options
  • Full-time and Part-time options
  • Year-round open enrollment
  • Financial Assistance
  • Internship/Assistantship Opportunities

COURSE Requirements

  • Project Management in Applied Engineering
  • Data Analysis and Decision Making
  • Sustainability
  • Quality Culture Assessment
  • Quality Systems Planning
  • Computer Automated Manufacturing
  • Technology of Concurrent Engineering
  • Six Sigma Systems Analysis
  • Lean Systems Analysis
  • Instrumentation
  • Digital Computer for Process Control
  • Digital Communication and Networking
  • Research and Development in Technology
  • Graduate Internship

BGSU Graduate College

The Master of Engineering Technology program is part of the BGSU Graduate College and BGSU College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering